Chemring wins orders from UK MoD
Chemring Group has won contracts worth £23 million from the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD), the company announced on 19 April.
The orders cover countermeasures worth £11 million, pyrotechnic products worth £8 million and a variety of demolition stores worth £4 million.
The deliveries will be carried out during 2018 and 2019.
Michael Flowers, group chief executive of Chemring, said: ‘As the UK MoD seeks to provide the armed forces with the highest level of protection, receipt of these contracts is testament to both the trusted position that Chemring holds with its key domestic customer and the mission-critical nature of our products in protecting the lives of our armed forces.’
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