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Malaysia emerges as NLAW customer

26th July 2018 - 04:30 GMT | by Dzirhan Mahadzir in Kuala Lumpur


The Malaysian Army is expected to take delivery of an unknown number of Next-generation Light Antitank Weapons (NLAW) soon, with the recent issuing of a tender for transportation of the weapons to Malaysia.

The tender, titled ‘Appointment of MTO (multimodal transport operator) for the procurement, supply and delivery of Next-generation Light Anti-tank Weapon (NLAW) for the Malaysian Army’, was published on the Malaysian MoD’s tender webpage on 19 July.

Prior to this tender issuance, neither Malaysia nor the manufacturers of the NLAW, Saab and Thales, had made any announcement regarding Malaysia’s procurement of the system.

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Dzirhan Mahadzir


Dzirhan Mahadzir

Dzirhan Mahadzir is a freelance defense journalist and analyst based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, who …

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