2021-11-17_081102.pngRheinmetall and Intracom Defense of Greece have agreed to cooperate closely in the field of vehicle-based C4I systems.

The two companies will coordinate their activities for joint development and marketing of a vehicle-based C4I system to jointly address the needs of their domestic and international markets. Both partners complement each other in ideal fashion: while Rheinmetall Electronics concentrates on command and communication systems for communication between vehicles and the chain of command, Intracom Defense is a globally acknowledged specialist for intercom systems that enable crewmembers to communicate with each other.

2021-11-17_080336.pngTogether with its partner Thales, Rheinmetall will continue to look after the helicopter simulators used for training crews of the Tiger attack helicopter. In summer 2021, a contract to this effect was awarded through OCCAR, the European procurement organization. This integrated service support contract, which for Rheinmetall represents sales in the low double-digit million-euro range, runs from 1 January 2022 to 31 December 2025.

2021-09-20_080510.png The German Bundeswehr has awarded Rheinmetall a framework contract as part of its “Deployed Operations Support” project. The agreement was concluded in August 2021 with the Federal Office for Infrastructure, Environmental Protection and Bundeswehr Services (BAIUDBw). Germany’s armed forces will be able to count on a reliable partner to set up, operate and, when necessary, dismantle operational infrastructure.

Just over a week after announcing the purchase more Rheinmetall ground robots, the British Army is ready to receive its next-generation of Boxer armored fighting vehicles. Boxer vehicle' various configurationsBoxer vehicle' various configurationsBoxer vehicle' various configurations. Boxer vehicles are highly mobile fighting machines that feature a modular design.

Cook Defence Systems partners with Rheinmetall in bid for Australia's Land  400 Phase 3 projectCook Defence Systems has been selected to provide tracks for Rheinmetall’s LYNX KF41 Infantry Fighting Vehicles for the Australian Army as part of Rheinmetall’s bid for LAND 400 Phase 3. The LYNX is currently undergoing Risk Mitigation Activity trials in Australia after being shortlisted for the $18.1 – $27.1 billion LAND 400 Phase 3 project to acquire tracked IFVs.

As it seeks to replace the current Australian Light Armoured Vehicle (ASLAV) that serves its military needs, the country’s Department of Defence recently approved the purchase of over 200 Boxer vehicles manufactured by German defense contractor Rheinmetall. Not many of them have been delivered yet, but the ones that were have already started being put through their paces by the local military.

Holmwood Highgate to deliver modules for Australian Army logistics trucksRheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles (RMMV) has contracted Queensland-based Holmwood Highgate to deliver fuel and water modules for the Australian Army’s logistics trucks fleet.Holmwood Highgate to deliver modules for Australian Army logistics trucks Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles (RMMV) has contracted Queensland-based Holmwood Highgate to deliver fuel and water modules for the Australian Army’s logistics trucks fleet.

Continuity and change: Rheinmetall presents the HX3, a new generation of tactical  trucks, Rheinmetall AG, Press release - PresseBoxRheinmetall has just unveiled the HX3, the latest generation of its globally tried-and-tested HX family of heavy-duty trucks. Completely redesigned, this future-proof military truck addresses contemporary military and automotive megatrends by drawing on innovative new technologies. Among other things, users can expect better protection, improved mobility, enhanced driving comfort as well as a digital interface architecture for greater operational flexibility and future performance upgrades.

TRT Help Rheinmetall DeliverA Queensland-based bulk liquid storage manufacturer has signed a $30 million contract with Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles to deliver fuel and water modules that will be fitted to Defence’s fleet of logistics trucks. Minister for Defence Industry Melissa Price said the contract with Loganholme-based company Holmwood Highgate would support ongoing jobs for the company’s 150 Queensland employees.

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