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Computronics Corporation scores $4m contract

COMPUTRONICS Corporation Ltd has won a $4 million contract to supply all of the electronic display products and timing equipment for the 15th Asian Games, to be held in Doha, Qatar, in December 2006.

The contract win is the largest secured to date by the Bentley-based electronics firm and provides a major boost to the company’s display products division.

Computronics plans to hire more staff to enable it to service the Qatar contract.

A total of 25 scoring display systems will be constructed under the terms of the contract, which involves a complete system of scoreboard and replay screens for the new purpose-built Khalifa Sports Centre in Doha.

Computronics listed on the ASX in January this year. The announcement caused a surge in the share price of nearly 45 per cent to a peak around 30 cents.

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