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Virtra Systems Receives Orders from Saudi Aramco and Mexico

September 21, 2009  | 

Bob Ferris, VirTra Systems' CEO and president has announced that VirTra has received an order for a multi-screen firearm training simulator system from Saudi Aramco and a multi-screen firearm training system for immediate delivery to Mexico.

This sale expands VirTra's growth in the Middle East and establishes a new relationship with Saudi Aramco, one of the world's largest companies. This sale is VirTra's third in the Middle East.

In addition, VirTra received an order from its Mexican distributor for a multi-screen police simulator with recoil kits and accessories. VirTra's Mexican distributor's success continues; this transaction marks their eleventh South American sale.

"The continued success of our distributor in Mexico further encourages us to expand our international reach as a company. Also, we are honored by the order and our new opportunities with Saudi Aramco.  VirTra's firearm training simulators are finding application in large companies that must protect their assets and interests, with our simulation technology enabling a higher standard in realistic security training for their personnel," says Ferris.

The value of both sales combined is approximately $500,000.

For more information on Virtra Systems, go to www.virtra.com.

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