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, No 16, Monday 24th August, 2015

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MAIN HEADLINES FROM THIS ISSUE:

  • Elbit overcomes Swiss political battle, lands UAV contract with commitments to civil projects

    Swiss offset volumes will receive a boost after a flat couple of years as a result of an unreported offset commitment. The Elbit program in 2015 will be one of the first to re-engage with Switzerland’s offset / industrial participation program.

  • India: DPP 2013 amended – partnership selection eased

    India has amended Defence Procurement Procedure 2013 (DPP 2013) to allow foreign contractors to select partners at the execution phase of the contract instead of the evaluation phase. The change, which is retrospective and takes immediate effect, will make changing partners easier over the intervening period…..

  • South Africa: German shipbuilder joins competition for patrol vessels

    German shipbuilder Abeking & Rasmussen has partnered with Rheinmetall Denel to bid for the supply of vessels to the South African Navy’s Project Biro. One of the challenges reported to be facing contenders will be complying with the varied and sometimes conflicting local content thresholds and industrial participation quotas.

  • U.S. companies engage with Danish contractors and provide access to U.S. market

    Lockheed Martin and the Danish firm Systematic will co-operate on a project to establish an electronic warfare support system in Denmark. In return, SSBV-Rovsing will receive marketing assistance for its solar array simulator in the U.S. market.

  • Poland: MOD furious at allegations concerning selection of Airbus helicopters

    Poland’s MoD has angrily rejected allegations in Wprost, a Polish weekly, that it broke procurement rules when it selected Airbus Helicopters. PZL-Świdnik has issued a lawsuit against the MoD alleging errors in the tender process. Now the MoD is threatening legal action against the weekly. The contract is no closer to being finalised, particularly the offset requirements.

AND LOT'S MORE...

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