Defence Suppliers News

Penske Power Systems were among the many companies to showcase wares at this year’s Land Forces.

Moog Inc. has celebrated the official opening of its new office in Canberra.

ARC Technologies has introduced a new Engineers Survival Kit.

ADM was recently given the opportunity to play with a new monitoring and surveillance camera, the Dark Ops Pro XD.

Quickstep has agreed to future collaboration with Triumph Group, a US company involved in manufacturing and overhauling aerospace structures, systems, and components.

Accenture has opened an innovation hub in Canberra to provide Defence and national security organisations in Australia and NZ with access to technology innovations and digital solutions.

Leonardo’s next-generation battle management hardware successfully supported the Army’s M1A1 tanks during the recent Exercise Hamel.

Duratec is installing a high-density polyethylene (HDPE) liner to sewage Ponds 1 and 4 at RAAF Pearce in Bullsbrook, WA.

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.