ASP, ICTS Europe’s Canadian subsidiary, along with the assistance of DiagNose, has been appointed by the Greater Toronto Airport Authority (G.T.A.A) at Canada’s Toronto Pearson International Airport for the provision of canine explosive detection services.
This new contract will see DiagNose, ICTS Europe’s canine security services subsidiary, working as part of the ASP team, currently contracted by the Airport to provide aviation security services.
“This is a first contract in North America for DiagNose. We are extremely excited about this new development and eager to showcase how our canine services can complement security at this major international airport” said Ido Eindor, VP Business Development, DiagNose SAS.
Dean Lovric, President and CEO, ASP said, “We have provided security support services at Toronto Pearson for over 15 years. With this award, the G.T.A.A has demonstrated faith in our organisational infrastructure that will produce the high level of quality service they have come to expect from us. Working with our colleagues at DiagNose has been a privilege, marked with a high level of professionalism and competence clearly entrenched in our DiagNose partners’ character.”