The Finnish Defence Forces purchase Patria 6×6 armoured vehicles as a part of the multinational Finland-led CAVS (Common Armoured Vehicle Systems) programme that also features Latvia, Sweden, and Germany.
Sweden is strengthening its defence capabilities at sea with eight new mortar vessels. These vessels will be equipped with the Patria NEMO Navy turreted 120 mm system.
The international defence and technology company Patria signed a contract with the Swedish Defence Procurement Agency (FMV) for FMV to purchase 20 Patria 6×6 armoured vehicles.
Patria AMVXP 8×8 vehicle selected by Japan as a new Wheeled Armored Personnel Carrier for Japan Ground Self-Defense Force
The Japan Ministry of Defense has announced today that Patria AMVXP 8×8 has been selected for the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force as their next Wheeled Armored Personnel Carrier 8×8 vehicle under the WAPC programme.
On October 19, belonging to Polska Grupa Zbrojeniowa S.A. company Rosomak S.A. announced that at the end of September, an annex to the license agreement with Patria Oyj on the production and sale of Rosomak wheeled armored personnel carriers entered into force.
Patria delivered the fourth and last modernized Hamina-Class missile boat to the Finnish Navy in Upinniemi. In the Mid-Life-Upgrade (MLU) project Patria has been acting as the prime contractor, designer, and the lead system integrator.
Slovakia and Finland with Patria have signed a comprehensive government-to-government (G2G) agreement to purchase 76 armored combat vehicles (ACV) from Patria.
Sweden has decided to join the research and development programme of the common armoured 6×6 vehicle system (CAVS programme).
The Government of the Slovak Republic today agreed to the proposal of the Ministry of Defence of the Slovak Republic for the procurement of 76 pieces of 8×8 combat armored vehicles with the Government of Finland
The Finnish Defence Forces has signed the agreement with Patria to acquire Patria 6×6 vehicles as a pre-series related to the joint 6×6 vehicle programme between Latvia, Finland, Estonia and Patria.