Prima helps army cadets

March 2007
Electronics Weekly;3/28/2007, Issue 2281, p11
Trade Publication
The article states that Saint Ives-based contract manufacturer Prima Electronic Services Ltd. has put together an ex-British Ministry of Defense landrover filled with mobile communications equipment for Cambridgeshire army cadets. Tony Hall, managing director of Prima, said it is exciting to be able to support the cadets and watch them master new skills.


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