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WPCS International Inc. (WPCS: Quote) announced that it has received about $16 million in new contracts. WPCS was also awarded a contract from the Taian Gas Group in China.

The company said the new contracts include projects to be completed for Oxnard School District, Enfield Police Department, Styrolution America, Enfield Emergency Medical Services, CT Transit, MONOC, Bethlehem Volunteer Fire Department, Cranford Police Department, Siemens, Terman Middle School, University of California-Berkeley, NSTAR, Mount Wachusett Community College, New Brunswick Police Department, Manalapan Police Department, Ambulance Service of Manchester, Peoples Natural Gas and Duquesne Light.

Also, in Australia, new contracts were awarded for Holy Spirit Hospital, Narangba Railway Station, Rochedale Estates and Cherbourg Hospital, the company stated.

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