Deals this week: Veyance Technologies, Ceradyne, Saab


Veyance Technologies has been awarded a $77.06m contract to supply track assemblies for the US Army’s Abrams main battle tanks until December 2017.

The contract, which has a one-year base period, was awarded by US Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime.

Ceradyne has agreed to supply 6,518 integrated head protection systems to the US Army, under a one-year contract modification.

Valued at $10.8m, the modification was awarded by US Army Contracting Command.

Saab, a defence and security solutions provider based in Sweden, has secured an order from an undisclosed customer for its new Carl-Gustaf M4 weapon system.

The multi-role weapon systems are expected to be delivered next year.

Lockheed Martin Corporation has secured a $10.38m contract to provide Patriot advanced capability missile segment enhancement services for the US Army.

“Ceradyne has agreed to supply 6,518 integrated head protection systems to the US Army."

The contract covers flight test and integration support for the army's integrated air and missile defence programme.

Awarded by the US Army Contracting Command, the contract is scheduled to be completed in January 2018.

CACI International has received a three-year task order worth $79m to support the US Army Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate’s innovative intelligence solutions and systems engineering support programme.

The task order will also see CACI provide technical support for the US Army’s intelligence solutions.


Image: Saab has secured an order for Carl-Gustaf M4 weapon. Photo: courtesy of Saab.