Formal Letter from LT COL Adam Modd GM (George Medal), Capability Branch NZDF and Paula Brasovan, CEH Project Lead, NZ Ministry of Defence

The Counter Explosive Hazards Project will provide the New Zealand Defence Force with a dedicated expeditionary EOD capability that spans Maritime, Land, and Special Operations environments. The project also provides an Explosive Detector Dog capability. In order to support our regional and global commitments and outputs, our personnel will be required to step into harm’s way to save lives, protect property, and return normality. Through the establishment of a Prime Vendor partnership with EPE, and their outstanding service, the CEH project has been able to procure the right equipment, produce the required effects, and deliver a world class capability in a timely, cost-effective and efficient manner.

Formal Letter from Australian Army re 18 month project – EPE in partnership with Defence delivering turnkey solution to capability enhancement requirement.

The operational requirements for Counter Improvised Explosive Device (IED) operators in Afghanistan were both technically challenging and required EPE to deliver under the most demanding timelines. Their support to ADF operations was first rate and has undoubtedly saved lives. The project was completed in time, to budget and, in terms of deliverables, exceeded expectations.

Formal Letter from Australian High Commission Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. Bomb Response Capacity Building Training support to APEC.

[…] great work carried out by EPE to support the development of an IED Search Capability within various Papua New Guinea (PNG) Agencies, including Defence Force, Correctional Services and Constabulary. […] contributed to the development of a credible and sustainable IED Search Capability ahead of PNG’s hosting of the 2018 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Leaders’ Summit […] All Agencies, including PNG Defence Force, Correctional Services and Constabulary have benefited from the opportunity to work with EPE in 2016.

Formal Letter from Tom Squier, Managing Director of Smiths Detection Australia and New Zealand

In my role as Managing Director, Australia and New Zealand for Smiths Detection we have partnered with EPE since 2015. As a Distributor for Smiths in the region, we have consistently been impressed by the EPE team’s relationship with their Defence and First Responder customers and their commitment to providing supported capability that meets customer requirements. EPE has proven to be a trusted partner, providing agile support to customers, rectifying issues promptly and committed to ethical business practices.

Recognition of Excellence from Scott McLean, Vice President, Business Development of Med-Eng

Med-Eng appreciates the deeply important role that its international distributors play in successfully serving the EOD community worldwide. In the case of EPE, you have listened to user communities in Australia, New Zealand and beyond to understand their operational requirements and offer them your full support. Your knowledge of the market has helped us develop and demonstrate customized solutions that win business because they provide end users with the personal protection and robotic capabilities they need. This level of excellence and commitment has been shown by every member of your team with whom we have had the pleasure of working which is a tribute to your leadership.