Defence Suppliers News

RPC Technologies has signed a partnership agreement with UK-based advanced manufacturing company, Tods Defence.

AFL is expanding its rapid deployment ground tactical fiber optics solution to include the new Sidewinder Rapid Cable Deployment System.

Allplastics Engineering offers a range of engineering plastics for a diverse range of industries.

Belgium-based FN Herstal has developed a new Airborne Digital Suite to meet challenging market demands and expectations on integrating machine guns into modern platforms.

Leonardo DRS has been awarded a contract worth US$193 million to provide the US Army with Trophy active protection systems for its Abrams tanks.

Australian metal additive manufacturing company (3D printing), Titomic has signed its first Material Science Testing (MST) agreement with Fincantieri Australia.

The Army has partnered with the Defence Innovation Hub to award three innovation contracts to Australian industry with a combined value of $2.2 million.

AIDN Victoria CEO Claire Willette has signed a MOU paving the way for Victorian SMEs to access the European market.

BAE Systems will host an Australian defence industry trade mission in Glasgow for Australian companies wanting to grow their businesses through participation in global defence programs and defence exports.

Melbourne-based metal additive manufacturing company Titomic has unveiled the world’s largest 3D metal printer.

Saudi Air Navigation Services have announced that Frequentis and iCAD will replace the existing VCS systems in Riyadh and Jeddah.

Boeing is seeking Queensland businesses to support the company’s largest autonomous systems development program outside of the United States.

French Naval Group Australia says that its propulsor will prove much quieter than a propeller on the 4,700‑tonne Shortin Barracudas.

Australian metal additive manufacturing company Titomic has announced it has entered into an MoU with Fincantieri.

Welding fume has now been reclassified from “possibly carcinogenic to humans” to its new Group 1 classification as “Carcinogenic to Humans”.