BAE Systems and Rheinmetall looking for industry involvement in Land 400 projects

BAE Systems and Rheinmetall go head to head in Land400 Phase 2
BAE Systems and Rheinmetall go head to head in Land400 Phase 2

The two defence primes who were down-selected for Land 400 Phase 2 - BAE Systems and Rheinmetall - are actively seeking industry involvement through a CASG portal.

Australian and New Zealand companies who believe they have something to offer the project are encouraged to log on to the portal provided by CASG and place their expression of interest.

The website states:

The LAND 400 industry program has been established to assist Australian industry suppliers, particularly small to medium enterprises, to showcase their niche capabilities to the international original equipment manufacturers that are leading bids for the LAND 400 Phase 2 tender. The program intends to help Australian defence industry companies access opportunities in the global supply chains of the potential LAND 400 prime contractor bidders and their major suppliers.

The program is seeking registrations of interest from Australian and New Zealand companies who believe they have a product, service, system, development or testing capability that could potentially be a supplier to the prime contractors.

For more information and to register click here

 

 

BAE Systems and Rheinmetall looking for industry involvement in Land 400 projects
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