WPCS International Incorporated (Nasdaq: WPCS), a leader in design-build engineering services for specialty communication systems and wireless infrastructure, has announced that it has recently been awarded a variety of new contracts totaling approximately $3.1 million.
Some of the new contracts awarded to WPCS, through its subsidiaries, include projects to be completed for Glenn-Colusa Irrigation District, Dunmoore Croftwood, ADT, T-Mobile, Capital Region Council of Governments, Harrah’s Casino Hotel, New Jersey Natural Gas, and the VCI Group.
Jim Heinz, Executive Vice President for WPCS, commented, “The winter months continue to generate new contracts for WPCS with repeat business from existing customers and projects for many new customers. Our backlog is growing and there is a lot of bid activity on our end. The wireless market remains robust and we remain focused on achieving the financial objectives for FY2007.”
About WPCS International Incorporated:
WPCS provides design-build engineering services for specialty communication systems and wireless infrastructure including site design, product integration and project management. The company has an extensive customer base that includes corporations, government entities and educational institutions. For more information, please visit http://www.wpcs.com
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