“This patent transfer is a further step in Ouvry strategic positioning as key player in CBRN protection and decontamination, as well as a didactic tool for our new professional training services”, says Ludovic Ouvry, Chairman.
“After 5 years of cooperation, this step strengthens the synergy between our two companies, particularly on the theme of protection and training”, says Olivier Mattmann, CEO of Hotzone Solutions Group.

SIM KIT® will now be produced in Ouvry facilities in Lyon, France. The French Army first begun to use it in 2013 and forecasts suggest a steady growth of 20% per year.

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