BAE Systems awarded contract from French military

The French military has awarded BAE Systems a contract to provide 53 BvS10 MkII vehicles. The contract is worth a potential $315 million if all the options are exercised.

The BVS10 MkII vehicles are upgrades of the vehicles currently in service with the British and Dutch armed forces. Under the contract, BAE Systems will provide three variants of the vehicle, the command, troop carrier and logistics models.

Jan Söderström, managing director of the Vehicles business at BAE Systems, said “The French requirements were very challenging and so it was particularly rewarding to win this contract. The contract  acknowledges the high performance and strong market position of our battle-proven BvS10 and secures the continued development of the vehicle.”

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