Dynasafe announced it has been awarded a contract to provide Explosive and Narcotics Detection Dog Teams, as part of the general security package across all Afghan airports. This contract follows other significant Dynasafe contracts in countries such as Syria, South Sudan and Mali.
In Syria, Dynasafe dog teams continue to provide critical protection against Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) and vehicle bombs to the UN mission in Damascus. In Mali, another UN mission is similarly protected against rebel or terrorist attacks by Dynasafe dog teams. In South Sudan, the dog teams provide assistance to the humanitarian efforts in the country, supporting the security provision in the main UN camps.
Dynasafe has more than 12 years of experience in providing high quality search, detection and patrol dogs. The dogs are trained at a dedicated training facility, Dynasafe Canine Services, located in Pretoria, South Africa. On completion of their training, the dog teams will be deployed globally in the efforts to protect people and infrastructure from the threats of terrorism and conflict.
Adam Ainsworth, managing director of Dynasafe MineTech Limited said, “There is an increasing interest in our dog protection services and we have made further investments to the Dynasafe Canine Service facility to meet this growing demand. We look forward to providing long term security to those living in hazardous and high threat areas and continue to contribute to making the world a safer place.”