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NucTech Wins DoJ Scanners

NucTech Wins DoJ Scanners Tender for Tasmanian correctional centres.

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NucTech Wins DoJ Scanners Tender for Tasmanian correctional centres.

NucTech Wins DoJ Scanners – Five Dock-based Nuctech Australia has won a $A862,400.00 contract to supply and install low dose whole of body security scanners to Tasmania’s Department of Justice.

The Department of Justice went to tender late last year seeking a suitably qualified organisation to supply and install low dose whole body security scanners for 4 correctional facilities in Tasmania.

Nuctech’s high performance range of body inspection devices are designed to quickly and easily detect prohibited items concealed on or inside the human body without the need for physical pat-down.

NucTech Wins DoJ Scanners

Nuctech body scanners can identify metallic and non-metallic weapons, explosives, and narcotics, and are fully customizable for use across a number of security checkpoints, including correctional facilities, police cells, courts, customs and other government agencies.

Nuctech is a provider of security inspection products and solutions that originated from Tsinghua University in 1997. Building on independent innovations and customer demands, Nuctech has supplied customers in 170 countries.

Read more about Nuctech scanners here and see more news from SEN here.

“NucTech Wins DoJ Scanners Tender for Tasmanian correctional centres.”

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NucTech Wins DoJ Scanners for tassie correctional centres.
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