Defence Suppliers News

NHP has been granted sole distributor rights for Rockwell Automation products, systems and solutions in the South Pacific.

Craig International Ballistics has commenced production of new Australian-made tactical ballistic shields, specifically designed for a number of Australian State Police Forces with further potential for military use.

LogiCamms is an Australian leader in the provision of automation and control systems.

The ZOK 27 Gas Turbine Engine Compressor Wash is internationally approved, and cleans and protects engines in one operation, as well as assisting to reduce fuel burn.

Its team includes many former members of the ADF familiar with the unique management, operational and reporting requirements necessary to work with Defence Prime Contractor as well as Government and Defence divisions.

AMOG also supplies System Safety training to defence through the regular conduct of its specialist course for Air Force and ad hoc courses for Army and Navy Prime Contractors.


RPS will combine the unique skills of three of its teams to develop a world-class meteorological and oceanographic (METOC) information system for use by the ADF.

Once completed and accepted by the RAAF, the first Deployable Duty Facilities will be deployed to Luke Air Force Base in Arizona.

International Paint supplies high performance surface coatings for RAN ships and submarines.

The company offers ANZ customers a one stop shopping node for their increasingly demanding prototyping requirements.


ASC's production workforce consists of highly trained and skilled trades people, with the knowledge and skills to refurbish, install, maintain and commission the wide variety of equipment systems and fittings for surface and underwater platforms.

AME Systems will manufacture electrical wiring harnesses for the AMV35 Combat Reconnaissance Vehicle should BAE Systems’ Land 400 bid be successful.

Able Industries Engineering has been servicing the defence, industrial and commercial sectors since 1975.

The partnership will focus on developing sales and parts manufacturing opportunities with customers in both the automotive and aerospace sectors.

Laserdyne Technologies will supply its laser transceiver as a key subsystem within the Saab Universal Sight and Fire-Control System (UTAAS) offered with the AMV35 vehicle.