IDenta kits being used at Ben Gurion International airport
Thursday, 5 July 2018 Detection specialist IDenta Corp (OTCMKTS: IDTA) revealed its explosive ID kits are now being used by Israeli Authorities to be a part of the security system at the country's main airport. The airport, 19km southeast of Tel Aviv is one of the world's safest and the busiest in Israel. ''Israel's security authorities are known worldwide as the ultimate experts in security technology," said Amichai Glattstein, CEO of IDenta, said, "We are extremely proud that our products have been chosen for use at Ben Gurion International Airport. "It is truly an honor to have our IDenta products selected by one of the most prestigious security agencies in the world. This attests to the outstanding quality of our products, their ease of use and their accuracy.'' Shares in New York stand at C$1.04.
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