TP wins £4m oxygen device order from UK defence ministry


Defence contractor TP said it had won new orders worth a combined £4m from the UK's Ministry of Defence for oxygen generation and carbon dioxide removal devices.

The orders formed part of a £22m framework contract previously entered into with the ministry to manage equipment availability and provide spares for air purification systems, as announced on 3 April.

Thee devices would be supplied to the Royal Navy during the fourth quarter of 2020 and into 2021.

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