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FNSS pushes ZAHA for Indonesian AAV requirement

18th May 2022 - 02:44 GMT | by Gordon Arthur in Christchurch


PT Pindad has signed an MoU with FNSS for potential local assembly of the ZAHA AAV from Turkey. (FNSS)

As Indonesia pushes to boost its domestic defence industry, agreements were recently signed for AAVs, small-arms ammunition, C-130 MRO and air surveillance radars.

FNSS is producing 27 ZAHA vehicles, also known as the Marine Assault Vehicle (MAV), for the Turkish Naval Force’s Amphibious Marine Brigade. It is also proffering the platform to Indonesia, as indicated by a recent MoU.

This MoU between FNSS and PT Pindad was signed on 20 April ‘to declare partnership cooperation of the two companies with respect to the MAV in Indonesia’, an FNSS spokesperson told Shephard.

The MoU was signed by PT Pindad President Abraham Mose and FNSS Country Manager Tolgo Sipahi. The event in a PT PAL submarine facility in Surabaya was witnessed by Indonesian President

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Gordon Arthur


Gordon Arthur

Gordon Arthur was the Asia Pacific editor for Shephard Media. Born in Scotland and educated …

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