BAE, DEW to Tag Team on CCV Program

BAE Systems and DEW Engineering & Development of Ottawa have agreed to collaborate for the Close Combat Vehicle (CCV) program, seen as a key priority for the Canadian military.

“We are proud to partner with DEW, ” said David Allott, Managing Director BAE Systems Global Combat Systems. “DEW has an excellent reputation for its engineering skills, which is why we selected DEW as our partner to provide sustainable, combat proven vehicles to meet the needs of the Canadian Army.  This ideal alliance combines our vehicle pedigree with DEW’s detailed knowledge and experience of Canadian requirements.”

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