Deals this week: Leonardo Helicopters, Harris, J C Bamford Excavators
Leonardo Helicopters has won a contract worth $332.81m to provide support, training and spare parts for 62 AW159 Wildcat maritime and utility helicopters flown by the British Army and Royal Navy.
Awarded by the UK Ministry of Defence, the contract has a term of five years.
Harris has secured a $403.26m contract to provide spare parts that support tactical radio systems for the Defense Logistics Agency and the US Army.
Awarded by the US Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime, the contract will run for a period of five years.
The US Army has awarded a $142m contract to J C Bamford Excavators for the supply of 1,600 527-58M light-capability rough terrain forklifts, which will be used for loading / unloading aircraft and transport containers.
Leidos has received a subcontract worth $202m from CACI International to provide analytical operations, intelligence and training services.
The contract, which has a base period of two years and three one-year options, will support the Joint Improvised Threat Defeat Organization’s support / decisive effort mission.
Textron Systems Support Solutions has won a contract worth $206m to support the US Army’s Shadow tactical aircraft system through next year.
The contractor will provide contractor logistics support services, including field service operations, engineering, and depot material repair and management.