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Elbit bags additional $1.5 mn in orders for technical fabric inspection
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Jun '08
Elbit Vision Systems announced that during the second quarter it has received a number of orders with total value of $1.5 million for automated surface inspection products, primarily for inspection of technical fabrics. The orders were received from a number of leading manufacturers.

David Gal, CEO and Chairman of the Board, "These orders were a mix between customers that have ordered from us in the past as well as some new customers.

This represents both the value-add our products provide as well as the results of a long-term focus and the relationships we have cultivated with our customer base."

Mr. Gal added, "We see strong demand for surface inspection products, particularly for technical fabric inspection.

This is driven by the continued increase in complexity and stringent requirements for composite materials with specific properties for mission critical applications, such as the aerospace industry.

We expect this demand to only increase in the coming months and years, as composite materials become ever more pervasive."

Elbit Vision Systems Ltd

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