Deals this week: Saab, General Dynamics Land Systems, Logistics Management Institute


Saab, an aerospace and defence company based in Sweden, has won a $10.27m contract to provide new laser simulator devices for the Swedish Army’s training system.

The contract was awarded by the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration and simulator deliveries are expected to take place in 2017.

General Dynamics Land Systems has secured a foreign military sales contract worth $65.29m to provide logistics support and training for M1A1 main battle tanks and M88A2 recovery vehicles of the Iraqi Army.

Awarded by the US Army Contracting Command, the contract is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2017.

A contract notice has been issued by the UK Ministry of Defence for repair work on the British Army’s Challenger 2 main battle tank fleet.

"Logistics Management Institute has won a $58.46m contract to provide management and technical support for numerous US Army programmes."

The contract, which has a five-year base period and one-year extension options, covers the repair and maintenance of the Challenger 2's auxiliary power units.

Logistics Management Institute has won a $58.46m contract to provide management and technical support for numerous US Army programmes.

Awarded by the US Army Contracting Command, the contract is scheduled to be completed in November 2019.

Heavy Industries Taxila (HIT) has entered a deal with the Government of Pakistan to supply 200 new engines for the Al Khalid II main battle tanks in service with the Pakistan Army.

Based in Pakistan, HIT manufactures military equipment, such as combat vehicles, ammunition and artilleries.