LONDON, October 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Exclusive Nordic Armoured Vehicles Report gives an overview of the latest and critical modernisation projects driving growth and investment in the armoured vehicles industry in the region.
Defence IQ recently released a comprehensive Armoured Vehicles Nordic Report detailing the major drivers, requirements and future strategy of the growing armoured vehicles market for the Norwegian, Finnish, Danish & Swedish Armed Forces.
As the Nordic region is a critical market for the armoured vehicles industry, the Defence IQ report provides an essential overview for business professionals looking to capitalise on the growing market.
The Armoured Vehicles Nordic report includes:
- Updates on Norway's $1.6 billion armoured vehicles contract, which will include the Norwegian Armed Forces delivering 74 Infantry Fighting Vehicles and 16 Multi-Role Vehicles.
- An overview of Denmark's requirement for a new armoured personnel carrier fleet, which will see eight major defence companies vying for a contract that will deliver an estimated 360 vehicles.
- Insights and a contentious outlook on the future strategy of Norway's armoured vehicles from General (Rtd) Sverre Diesen, former Chief of Defence of the Norwegian Armed Forces
- Information on Finland's $1.7 million contract with Platt that will see it updating its RG-32M patrol fleet with MR550 Bi-Metal Ring Mounts.
The full, free report is available for download on the Armoured Vehicles Nordic 2012 http://www.armouredvehiclesnordic.com.
The Armoured Vehicles Nordic Report has been created in conjunction with the inaugural Armoured Vehicles Nordic Conference, which will be the first meeting of senior military personnel and industry professionals dedicated uniquely to the Nordic market.
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SOURCE IQPC International