Managing director of Eemits, Craig Matthews is now looking to build future success by adding to the firm's team of 14 staff.
Matthews said: "All of the new team members have shown great drive and determination and a real passion for what Eemits represents as a company.
Eemits managing director, Craig Matthews, said: "It's fantastic to be able to support such a great customer and ensure that the roads of South Lanarkshire will be safer for drivers this winter.
Last year, Eemits signed a five-year deal to install its two-way radio system on 130 Metrobus buses in southern England and also has a number of contracts with NHS organisations outside the North East.
Eemits, which delivers communications solutions to a wide range of clients, will supply fire fighters with the latest technology to aid their communications.
The fire authority becomes the latest in a long line of new clients Eemits has won from outside the region in the last 12 months, including national transport group Metrobus and Royal College of General Practitioners, in London.
The contract is the latest step in Eemits
' national growth strategy as it continues to win new business from outside its native North East.
Eemits has also bought out another company in the two-way radio communication field and is looking to relocate to larger premises.
With about 500 companies in the country in the same market business is quite cut-throat, but Eemits is more than holding its own and is hoping to set up satellite branches throughout the United Kingdom and expand its company base.