American Panel Corporation (APC) at DSEI. American Panel Corporation, the Georgia, USA-based tactical display specialist is exhibiting at DSEI on the State of Georgia Stand No N5-186.
09 Sep 17. Aircraft Radio Equipment – Prior information notice
B2B Quote Ref no: B2B549992
Register Interest Deadline: Wednesday, November 08, 2017
Submit Documents Deadline: Wednesday, November 08, 2017
Purchase of Aircraft Radio Systems. – Prior information notice
07 Sep 17. Defence Clothing Disposal – Prior information notice
B2B Quote Ref no: B2B549793
Location: East England
Register Interest Deadline: Wednesday, September 27, 2017
Submit Documents Deadline: Wednesday, September 27, 2017
Services required for the disposal of unrequired uniform, body armour and equipment – Prior information notice
07 Sep 17. Voice Communication Control System
B2B Quote Ref no: B2B549669
Location: West Midlands
Register Interest Deadline: Monday, September 25, 2017
Submit Documents Deadline: Monday, September 25, 2017
Supply and installation of a replacement solution for a voice communication control system.
07 Sep 17. Aircraft Support Equipment
B2B Quote Ref no: B2B549585
Location: East England
Register Interest Deadline: Saturday, September 30, 2017
Submit Documents Deadline: Saturday, September 30, 2017
Support equipment, test equipment and tools required for the maintenance of aircraft.
06 Sep 17. Aircraft Boarding Bridges
B2B Quote Ref no: B2B549232
Register Interest Deadline: Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Submit Documents Deadline: Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Supply of a mobile aircraft boarding bridge.
06 Sep 17. MSPO: Saab joins forces with Polish shipyard, eyes sub tender. As Poland plans to purchase three new submarines for its navy, Sweden’s Saab Kockums hopes to take a leading position in the race through its cooperation with a local shipyard.
Last year, Saab Kockums was awarded a deal to build a special purpose signals intelligence ship, or SIGINT, for the Swedish Navy under a deal worth 730m krona, (U.S. $92m). After the deal was awarded, the group recruited the Gdynia-based Nauta Shiprepair Yard as its subcontractor for a portion of the contract. Their cooperation on the procurement could pave the way for further partnership on Poland’s submarine program, dubbed the Orka, according to Saab’s representatives.
“Nauta meets, or even exceeds our expectations. Our decision to choose a Polish shipyard for this program … proved to work well,” Jyrki Kujansuu, head of the Poland and Baltics unit at Saab, told Defense News at the MSPO defense industry show in Kielce.
According to Kujansuu, Nauta won the contract for the Swedish special purpose vessel in a competition procedure. A major benefit of the deal is that it represents a chance for Nauta and Saab to learn more about each other’s capabilities for potential future joint programs.
“They are ready to work with us on the submarine procurement,” he said.
The ministry estimates the deal, under which Poland’s Navy is to replace its outdated Kobben-class subs, could be worth an estimated 10bn zloty, (U.S. $2.8bn). Warsaw recently decided to overhaul two of its subs, but with the Kobbens scheduled to be decommissioned in 2018 and 2020, respectively, the tender is key to the preservation of Poland’s operational capacities in the Baltic Sea. In addition to Saab, France’s DCNS with its Scorpene-class sub, and German ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems with the HDW-class sub have applied to take part in the procurement procedure. Nauta is a subsidiary of PGZ, the country’s leading state-run defense group, with its headquarters in Radom, in central Poland. (Source: Defense News)
06 Sep 17. MSPO: Bell