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Eurosatory 2010: LPPV bids formalised

14th June 2010 - 13:00 GMT | by Andrew White in Paris

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Supacat and Force Protection will submit their formal bids for the UK Ministry of Defence’s Light Protected Patrol Vehicle (LPPV) programme on Tuesday 15 June, according to company officials.

Speaking to Land Warfare International at Eurosatory in Paris on 14 June, both companies said a decision on a preferred partner could be made within six weeks as the MoD looks to roll out the vehicles to replace in-service and minimally protected Land Rover Snatch and Snatch Vixen vehicles as quickly as possible.

The MoD has released funding for an initial batch of around 200 vehicles under an Urgent Operational Requirement

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