The Federal Republic of Germany will provide Slovakia with two sets of modern MANTIS air defense system, which will strengthen the protection of the eastern border with Ukraine provided by the forces and means of the OS SR.
International customer orders air defence systems from Rheinmetall – order value in the double-digit million euro range
Rheinmetall has been contracted by an international customer to supply air defence systems. The supplies also include ammunition and spare parts. The order value is in the mid double-digit million euro range.
Rheinmetall has just won two new contracts in the indirect fire ammunition domain.
American Rheinmetall Vehicles and GM Defense Win Contract for the first phase of the U.S. Army’s Common Tactical Truck Program
American Rheinmetall Vehicles (Sterling Heights, MI) and GM Defense LLC (Washington, DC) have won a contract for the first phase of the U.S. Army’s Common Tactical Truck (CTT) Program.
The foundation stone has been laid for the new Rheinmetall plant in Várpalota, Hungary, where ammunition for various systems will be produced by the joint venture Rheinmetall Hungary Munitions in cooperation with the Hungarian state.
Rheinmetall’s state-of-the-art Lynx infantry fighting vehicle has reached its latest interim objective: promptly at the start on 2023, low-rate initial production (LRIP) began in NATO member nation Hungary, the vehicle’s first customer.
Two European NATO customers have signed contracts with Rheinmetall to supply their armed forces with 40mm ammunition. The total value of these contracts exceeds €30 million.
Rheinmetall modernizing Skyguard 35mm air defence systems – order value in the three-digit million-euro range
An international customer has contracted with Rheinmetall to modernize its 35mm cannon-based air defence systems.
The Hungarian state is building a new explosives plant to produce RDX (Research Department eXplosive) at its site in Várpalota, Hungary.
Rheinmetall modernizes Multi Sensor Platforms for the Norwegian Air Force – upgrade to MSP600digital
Rheinmetall has signed a contract with the Norwegian Defence Material Agency / NDMA to modernize the Multi Sensor Platform MSP500.