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AES joins with Siemens Government Services to protect Army installations
Peabody, MA-based AES International Corp. reported that it will become a subcontractor under Reston, VA-based Siemens Government Services, Inc., to assist with the maintenance of access control point (ACP) equipment at U.S. Army installations, both in the U.S. and abroad.
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As its part of what it calls a "yearly multimillion dollar project,” AES says it will provide preventative and corrective maintenance on GE Homeland Security products that detect traces of either explosives or narcotics.
"With decades of experience in the security marketplace, AES's expertise aligns well with that of SGS, and enables us to increase our footprint in large geographic areas around the world," Gordon Phelps, SGS' ACP program manager, said in a statement. "Both companies' skill sets are complementary, offering our customer a proven track record of delivering state-of-the-art security solutions, outstanding customer service, and the peace of mind to know we understand their mission and pride ourselves on exceeding their security expectations."
AES also notes that Aaron Tesnow, its director of business development, has worked with Siemens on a variety of projects for more than three years. "We are a small woman-owned business committed to providing an unsurpassed level of excellence in support of partners such as Siemens, the U.S. Government and the Army Corp of Engineers and this award is further evidence of that commitment," Tesnow said in the company’s statement.air max 95 black