PositiveID’s E-N-G Mobile Systems Receives $1.2 Million Purchase Order for Mobile Labs, the Largest Purchase Order since its Acquisition

  • By Allison Tomek
  • 16 Oct, 2017

DELRAY BEACH, FL – February 7, 2017 – PositiveID Corporation (“PositiveID” or “Company”) (OTC: PSID), a life sciences company focused on detection and diagnostics, announced today that its E-N-G Mobile Systems (“ENG”) subsidiary, a mobile laboratory and specialty vehicle manufacturer, has received a purchase order for multiple mobile chemistry laboratories totaling more than $1.2 million. Due to the nature and location of the mobile labs, the customer is being kept confidential. This is the largest single order placed by a customer since PositiveID’s acquisition of ENG in December 2015.

The fastest growing segment of ENG's business over the last decade is its mobile labs, which include government and corporate laboratories for environmental, chemical, biological, nuclear, radiological and explosives testing in the field. ENG has delivered more than 400 MobiLabs to customers around the world, and has a team of scientists on staff who complement its design engineers to provide turnkey, customizable laboratories.

 ENG has delivered more than 100 mobile labs for the U.S. Army, and numerous laboratories to other government agencies including U.S. Customs and Border Protection, U.S. Navy, U.S. Air Force, prominent national laboratories, and nine of the 10 regions of the Environmental Protection Agency.

 “ENG is an industry leader in designing mobile labs to bring chemical and biological detection, monitoring, and analysis to the point of need where these capabilities are critical,” stated Lyle L. Probst, President of PositiveID. “We diligently pursued this significant order and we are proud that this important customer chose ENG to fulfill its needs.”

 In addition to mobile labs, ENG has delivered more than 1,400 technical vehicle systems since its inception. These include communications/command centers, broadcast news vehicles, radio frequency monitoring, infrared monitoring and video communications vehicle systems, plus a wide range of mobile systems for emergency preparedness and threat response.

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