Deals and M&As this week: General Dynamics European Land Systems, Saab

8 June 2018 (Last Updated June 8th, 2018 14:45)

General Dynamics European Land Systems has secured a contract from HIL Heeresinstandsetzungslogistik GmbH for work on the Amphibious M3 Bridging and Ferrying System, also known as M3 Amphibious Rig.

General Dynamics European Land Systems has won a contract from HIL Heeresinstandsetzungslogistik GmbH for work on the Amphibious M3 Bridging and Ferrying System, also known as M3 Amphibious Rig.

The company will perform repair work on the Amphibious M3 amphibious bridging system in the maintenance level 4, until May 2021.

The US Army Contracting Command (ACC) has awarded a $99.99m agreement to multiple contractors to perform research and design work on weapons.

Contract awardees include APC Scientific Consultants & Associates LLC, Pioneering Decisive Solutions Inc, Total Technology Inc, SAVIT Corp and WisEngineering LLC.

Scheduled for completion by May 2023, the contract also covers support services.

DynCorp International LLC has reached a $62.44m contract to provide aviation field maintenance services to Croatia, under a foreign military sales (FMS) programme.

The contract is a modification to a previous contract awarded by the US Army Contracting Command.

The contractual work will be performed in Afghanistan and Iraq, until December 2018.

Saab has gained a kr110m ($12.53m) order from the Norwegian Defence Materiel Agency (NDMA) to supply live and training ammunition for advanced Carl-Gustaf man-portable weapon system of the country’s armed forces.

“The order is part of the six-year framework agreement signed by Saab with NDMA in 2016.”

The order is part of the six-year framework agreement signed by Saab with NDMA in 2016. Deliveries are scheduled to start in the second half of 2018.

Norwegian Armed Forces currently operate M2 and M3 variants of the Carl-Gustaf weapon.

Palomar Display Products has received two contracts worth a combined $9.3m to provide military biocular display systems for the M1 Abrams main battle tank and Bradley fighting vehicle.

The company will deliver biocular, optically coupled display systems to the US Army and foreign militaries during 2018 and 2019.

Contracts will support the continuous growth of Palomar Display Products.

Northrop Grumman has acquired defence, aerospace and space technologies provider Orbital ATK for $9.2bn.

Orbital ATK will operate as Northrop Grumman’s new, fourth business sector, named Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems.

The acquisition will allow Northrop Grumman to offer more innovative products and solutions to its customers worldwide.