Raytheon joins hand with Mon­u­ment Cap­i­tal Group

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Raytheon has en­tered into a dis­tri­bu­tion agree­ment with Mon­u­ment Cap­i­tal Group (MCG). Un­der the agree­ment, MCG will en­gage po­ten­tial In­dian part­ners to pro­vide mass no­ti­fi­ca­tion and non-lethal sys­tems to solve chal­leng­ing se­cu­rity prob­lems and emerg­ing safety re­quire­ments. Ap­pli­ca­tions of these prod­ucts in­clude high-value as­set and crit­i­cal in­fra­struc­ture se­cu­rity, pro­tec­tion against ter­ror­ism and piracy, ex­plo­sives de­tec­tion, and in­no­va­tive emer­gency re­sponse so­lu­tions for nat­u­ral dis­as­ter man­age­ment. Se­cu­rity so­lu­tions are aimed at en­hanc­ing bor­der, port, maritime and avi­a­tion se­cu­rity.

“Our agree­ment with MCG will help to ex­pand Raytheon’s global reach in home­land se­cu­rity, na­tional de­fence and com­mer­cial se­cu­rity mar­kets,” said Mike Booen, Raytheon Mis­sile Sys­tems’ vice pres­i­dent of Ad­vanced Se­cu­rity and Di­rected En­ergy Sys­tems. “The agree­ment also en­ables our cus­tomers to set up lo­cal op­er­a­tions for full ser­vices, in­stal­la­tion and main­te­nance of cut­ting-edge se­cu­rity tech­nol­ogy prod­ucts, en­sur­ing cus­tomers re­ceive full and long-term value from their tech­nol­ogy pur­chases.”

Raytheon will lever­age MCG’s prospec­tive strate­gic part­ner­ships with lead­ing in­ter­na­tional com­pa­nies in high-growth se­cu­rity mar­kets to pro­vide in­dige­nous coun­try full-ser­vice sup­port and busi­ness ex­per­tise. Cus­tomers will have ac­cess to new se­cu­rity tech­nolo­gies that safe­guard se­cu­rity in civil, de­fence and crit­i­cal in­fra­struc­ture, and in­crease emer­gency and dis­as­ter man­age­ment ca­pa­bil­i­ties.

“For nearly a cen­tury, Raytheon has cre­ated an in­ter­na­tional brand known for its lead­er­ship in tech­nol­ogy and in­no­va­tion,” said Robert Dunn, MCG Manag­ing Di­rec­tor. “We look for­ward to work­ing with the com­pany to se­cure op­por­tu­ni­ties for its prod­ucts in the global se­cu­rity mar­ket.” ve­hi­cles, as well as coastal sur­veil­lance sys­tems. To round off its broad pal­ette, At­las of­fers a com­pre­hen­sive range of sup­port ser­vices, both be­fore and af­ter de­liv­ery of the prod­ucts.

Dieter Rottsieper and Volker Paltzo, Manag­ing Di­rec­tors of the At­las Elek­tronik Group, stated: “We be­lieve in a strong de­mand for At­las prod­ucts and ca­pa­bil­i­ties to sup­port Royal Cana­dian Navy. We are happy to ex­tend our pres­ence in Canada and to es­tab­lish a sub­sidiary. We look for­ward to cre­at­ing new part­ner­ships with Cana­dian au­thor­i­ties and com­pa­nies”.

Rick Ger­brecht, Head of At­las Elek­tronik Canada said: “The At­las Elek­tronik Group pos­sesses a proud her­itage in serv­ing navies with qual­ity-as­sured prod­ucts de­liv­ered within a firm fixed-price en­vi­ron­ment. Our prod­uct port­fo­lio will of­fer the Royal Cana­dian Navy both ‘non-or­phan’ and ma­ture ca­pa­bil­ity into ei­ther war­ships or crafts of op­por­tu­nity. We are po­si­tioned to de­liver proven and lead­ing so­lu­tions in ar­eas such as mine de­tec­tion and dis­posal, sonar, com­mand and con­trol in sup­port of the Royal Cana­dian Navy and the Na­tional Ship­build­ing as well as Pro­cure­ment Strat­egy ef­fort.”

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