Deals this week: General Dynamics Land Systems, Harris, Chemring

16 February 2017 (Last Updated February 16th, 2017 18:30)

General Dynamics Land Systems-Canada has been contracted to modernise 141 LAV III light armoured vehicles operated by the Canadian Army.

General Dynamics Land Systems-Canada has been contracted to modernise 141 LAV III light armoured vehicles operated by the Canadian Army.

Awarded by Canada's Department of National Defence, the $307.46m contract will enhance the performance and availability of the LAV IIIs.

Harris Corporation has been awarded a five-year, $403m contract by the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) for the supply of tactical radio spares and components.

The communications systems will be used by the US Army Communications-Electronics Command and the DLA's Land and Maritime division.

Chemring Sensors and Electronic Systems has been selected to provide ten ground-penetrating radars to the US Army.

“Propper International has won a contract to supply hot weather combat boots to the US Army and Afghanistan military until February 2020."

The trial systems will be used to upgrade the US Army’s existing Husky Mounted Detection System (HMDS).

Weapon and ammunition manufacturer Mesko has won a contract to supply munitions, cartridges and grenade launchers to the Armament Inspectorate of Poland.

Propper International has won a contract to supply hot weather combat boots to the US Army and Afghanistan military until February 2020.

Valued at $32.47m, the contract has been awarded by the US Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support.


Image: General Dynamics Land Systems has won a contract to modernise 141 Canadian LAV III light armoured vehicles. Photo: courtesy of Allied Joint Force Command Brunssum.