Mikros’ Director of Operations Mark Laureigh commented, “Our Largo facility is up and running after Hurricane Irma. We experienced minimal disruption from the storm and we are ready to execute this new production order. This is the eleventh round of production orders for ADEPT and will increase the total number of manufactured systems beyond 250. We expect to deliver additional ADEPT systems over the next year and continue to support the systems already deployed on U.S. Navy AEGIS surface combatants.”
The Mikros Systems Manufacturing and Depot Center in Largo, Florida was established in 2009 to manufacture and provide sustainment and logistics support for the ADEPT system and other Mikros products. The center has produced and delivered over 200 systems to the U.S. Navy and provides life-cycle support for the systems including calibration, repair and training.
For more information on Mikros Systems’ manufacturing capabilities, please visit: https://www.mikrossystems.com/product/custom-manufacturing/
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