Orders from Oman worth SEK 9.7 million

15/12/2015 - Sensys Gatso Group, a global leader in traffic safety solutions, has received orders for traffic safety systems worth SEK 9.7 million corresponding to EUR 1 million, from Oman.

The orders worth SEK 9.7 million covers the delivery of traffic safety systems to the Royal Oman Police, a customer Sensys Gatso Group has served since 2012 when it received its first contract from Oman. Deliveries under these orders will commence in the fourth quarter 2015 and is planned to be finalised in the first quarter 2016.

“It is an honour to be selected by the Royal Oman Police for these orders as we are one of three suppliers in Oman. It manifests our leading position and shows on the value we bring to our customers in relation to the competition. We are looking forward to continue to support the Royal Oman Police in its efforts to increase road safety in Oman” says Saman Alae Naziri, General Manager at Sensys Gatso Group Middle East.

This is information that Sensys Gatso Group AB (publ) must publish pursuant to the Swedish Securities Market Act and/or the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication on 15 December 2015 at 08:30.



For more information:
Johan Frilund, EVP
M +46 732-742 823
E j.frilund@sensysgatso.com


Sensys Gatso Group is the leading supplier of system solutions for traffic safety in the field of traffic enforcement systems. Sensys Gatso has subsidiaries in Australia, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, the USA, and a branch office in the United Arab Emirates. The Sensys Gatso Group’s shares are listed at NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. The Group has 200 employees and is the result of a merger of Sensys Traffic AB and Gatso Beheer B.V. following Sensys Traffic’s acquisition of Gatso Beheer. Sensys Traffic had net sales of SEK 160.6 million during 2014 and Gatso Beheer had a pro forma net sales of SEK 275.5 million during the financial year ending on 30 September 2014.

Published: 15/12/2015
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