Rutter to Supply Spare Components for US Strykers

28 January 2010 (Last Updated January 28th, 2010 18:30)

Rutter will supply components and spare parts for the US Army's Stryker vehicles under two contracts awarded by General Dynamics Land Systems, Canada. Under the contracts worth $6m, Rutter will supply assemblies spare parts and related components for the Stryker combat vehicles. T

Rutter will supply components and spare parts for the US Army's Stryker vehicles under two contracts awarded by General Dynamics Land Systems, Canada.

Under the contracts worth $6m, Rutter will supply assemblies spare parts and related components for the Stryker combat vehicles.

The Stryker is a family of eight-wheel drive combat vehicles built for the US Army which can be deployed to the battlefield using trucks or by air on C-17, C-5 and C-130 aircraft.

Stryker incorporates Kongsberg remote weapon station, mobile gun system, anti-tank guided missile and other lethality features.

The combat vehicle has an operational range of 300 miles and a maximum speed of 62mph.

Work is expected to be complete by June 2011.