Blackline Safety Corp. [TSX-BLN], a provider of gas detection and connected safety solutions, earlier announced the close of a $1.7 million contract with a leading defence contractor in the United Kingdom.
The contract involves the purchase of G7 EXO area monitors for gas detection, ideal for rapid deployment and long-term monitoring of industrial workspaces. The area monitor’s durable design and long battery life were key factors in the buyer selecting Blackline Safety’s G7 EXO.
This new order follows the same customer’s initial $500k order in October 2020, demonstrating a successful customer experience. More recently, the current contract comes on the heels of Blackline Safety’s largest order of portable area gas monitors from a Houston-based turnaround services provider.
“We’re seeing a significant increase in large orders, signaling that major projects are gaining momentum and our customers are returning to more normal business operations,” said Cody Slater, CEO and Chair for Blackline Safety. “Along with this positive change, we’re also encouraged to see existing customers expand their deployment after experiencing the benefits of protecting their workforce with our products and services.”
Blackline Safety’s G7 EXO is the world’s first direct-to-cloud connected area monitors with integrated 4G communications and deliver unmatched connectivity and visibility into an entire worksite. Supported by advanced analytical capabilities to ensure real-time compliance, comprehensive safety monitoring and the detection of up to five different gas types in even the most rugged of conditions, the award-winning G7 EXO offers industry-leading protection to workers and facilities.
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