Astrophysics, Inc. Wins Million Dollar Contract to Supply Security Systems to Canada Border Services Agency

Systems to be Deployed in Airports Throughout Canada

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City of Industry, CA (PRWEB) March 05, 2014

Astrophysics, Inc., a leader in conventional and air cargo security X-ray inspection systems, today announced it has won a contract from the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) for X-ray systems that will be deployed to airports across Canada for screening goods. The award value is approximately USD $1M.

“We are transforming the screening industry with new technologies that provide superior performance,” said François Zayek, CEO of Astrophysics. “We are pleased to provide the CBSA with our latest, most advanced X-ray systems for screening goods.”

Astrophysics, Inc. provides advanced security solutions in more than 60 countries around the world with 6 Color Imaging that enables operators to more efficiently recognize objects and isolate security threats. Because Astrophysics manufactures its own systems in the U.S., the company is able to offer the most advanced technology available at value pricing with the shortest lead times in the industry.

Astrophysics develops and manufactures technology for Aviation, Cargo, Hospitality, Law Enforcement, Government, Military and Customs and Border markets worldwide. For more information about Astrophysics, Inc. technology, visit us at

About Astrophysics, Inc:
Astrophysics offers advanced X-ray security screening systems that help operators detect and identify weapons and explosives in civil and military markets worldwide. Astrophysics exports to over 60 countries and builds all its own products domestically in Southern California. The corporate headquarters located in the City of Industry, California is the manufacturing facility for air cargo, conventional and mobile solutions. A second facility in Ontario, California is the primary location for research and development, and the high energy cargo and portal systems.

The company employs over 140 employees in the U.S., and has affiliate companies globally. For more information about Astrophysics, visit


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