Converged solutions provider Enkay Technologies has tied up with Morpho Detection, Inc, a subsidiary of state-owned French aerospace and defence contractor Safran Group and the General Electric Company (GE), global leader in CBRNE detection and scanning technology.
Morpho is one of the global manufacturers of detection technology for the security industry. It supplies systems that help detect explosives, narcotics and also chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) material. Morpho's main clients include government agencies, defence establishments, air and ground transportation, first responder, critical infrastructure and other high-risk organisations.
Mumbai-based Enkay's tie up with Morpho will enable the Indian company to offer advanced scanning and detection solutions to verticals like hospitality, commercial, infrastructure, retail, manufacturing and establish itself as a strong player in Indian security market.
In 2009, the €11-billion Paris-based Safran Group acquired an 81 per cent stake in GE Homeland Protection, Inc and renamed the company last year to Morpho Detection, Inc.
In August 2010, Morpho installed six CTX 9400 DSi explosives detection systems at the newly constructed Terminal 3 of Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi.
With the growth in the security industry in India, Enkay hopes to achieve a Rs20 crore turnover by tying up with Morpho for CBRNE detection & scanning solutions in next two quarters.