Cubic Subsidiary Wins OAS Seaport Services Contract

Cubic Corp.’s subsidiary, Cubic Applications Inc., has won a contract to provide seaport assessments and security training for the Organization of American States, Cubic announced Wednesday.

Cubic previously won three security services contracts from the OAS.

Under the new contract, Cubic will provide security services at four ports in Mexico and one in Colombia.

Cubic will examine:

  • Access controls
  • Critical infrastructure
  • Customs procedures
  • Emergency consequence management capabilities
  • Passenger and cargo security
  • Physical security
  • Screening techniques for passengers and crews

Cubic will initiate this new work as it completes a port security contract in Panama.

Cubic will also work with the OAS to provide mitigation strategies and training needs analyses.

Cubic won a contract in 2009 to assessment and training services to Trinidad and Tobago, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.

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