Ntegrator kicks off 2014 with $4.02m in contract wins

Singapore-listed communications network specialist Ntegrator International has started off the new year by winning four major contracts worth $4.02 million in all.

The contracts - awarded by repeat customers - are to supply equipment and services to Vietnam, Myanmar and Singapore, the group said in a statement on Wednesday.

The Vietnamese contract to supply laboratory equipment was awarded by Viettel Group, the country's largest mobile network operator.

The Myanmar contract, awarded by the country's defence ministry, is for the supply of transmission equipment and accessories.

Two other contracts will see Ntegrator provide resources for optical fibre cable works in Singapore as well as to supply telecommunications equipment here.

Ntegrator managing director Jimmy Chang said: "Backed by a positive global economic outlook and robust demand for network and communications hardware and services in the region, we are optimistic that business opportunities will continue to abound."

"We are also delighted that customers have continued to place their confidence in our ability to deliver high quality products and services. The strong working relationships we have forged with our customers - influential market players in the region - position Ntegrator well for growth."

All four contracts are slated for delivery in the current financial year and are expected to contribute positively to the group's financial performance for the year.

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