Nasdaq-listed Magal Security Systems Ltd. has signed a contract to supply security technology and services to the port of Huelva, Spain, the company announced Monday.
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The new contract is an extension of the systems provided by Magal to the Spanish port in previous years. The system includes perimeter security for the port and smart fences, which combine both day and night cameras.
Magal develops and markets security and site management products including Smart fences and sensor-fitted walls, as well as cybersecurity systems for use in airports, borders, seaports, and other sensitive facilities in more than 80 countries.
The company has been involved in the building of Israel’s security wall and fences in the West Bank and on the border with Gaza.
In 2016, following Donald Trump’s election victory, the stock of the Nasdaq-listed company rose by 19%. In 2017, Bloomberg reported Magal pitched its services to U.S. officials in an attempt to become involved in the Mexican border wall project pushed forward by thr U.S. president.
Founded in 1969 as part of Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), Magal was established as a private company in 1984 and is based in Yehud, a south-eastern suburb of Tel Aviv.