By June 2018, if things go as expected, a merger between Italy’s Fincantieri...
- Philippines terminates $234m deal to buy 16 Bell 412EPI helicopters
- Australia to negotiate with Thales to continue operations at two munition factories
- UK NAO says MoD’s ten-year equipment plan ‘not affordable’
- EC begins infringement proceedings against five member states
- KGL wins $690m logistics and distributions contract for US military
Report: Sri Lankan defence expenditure to reach $2bn by 2023
Sri Lanka’s defence spending is anticipated to reach $2bn by 2023, witnessing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 1.71% over the next five years, according to a report by Strategic Defence Intelligence (SDI).
MBDA and Airspeed to explore production options for MMP missile
MBDA Australia has entered a new contract with composite company Airspeed to explore alternative production options for its MMP anti-tank guided missile launch tube.
Tauri Group to provide support services to US DoD’s JPEO-CBD
Tauri Group has secured two new task orders to provide support services for the US Department of Defense's (DoD) Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense (JPEO-CBD).
Otokar submits its offer for Turkey’s Altay MBT project
Land systems manufacturer Otokar has submitted “best and final offer (BAFO)” for the serial production of the Altay main battle tank (MBT) project to the Turkish Undersecretariat for Defence Industries (SSM).
EC approves Northrop’s $9.2bn acquisition of Orbital ATK
The European Commission (EC) has notified that it has approved Northrop Grumman's acquisition of aerospace and defence technologies company Orbital ATK for approximately $9.2bn.
BISALLOY Armour steel to be used on Rafael’s AFV add-on armour range
Israel-based company Rafael Advanced Defense Systems has signed a contract with Australian firm Bisalloy Steels for the delivery of BISALLOY Armour steel.
MDA to deliver UAS surveillance services to unnamed customer
MDA, a Maxar Technologies company, has signed a new contract for the delivery of turnkey, unmanned aircraft system (UAS) surveillance services to an unnamed international customer.
Philippines terminates $234m deal to buy 16 Bell 412EPI helicopters
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has ordered to call off an approximately $234m deal to acquire 16 Bell 412EPI helicopters for the Philippine Air Force.
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