Milrem to supply more vehicles to Ukraine as more customers appear on horizon
Milrem, the Estonian robotics and technology company, has said that it expected to announce another customer before mid-February with other possible customers in the pipeline as it pushes on with developing a new platform and continuing to expand the capabilities of its existing platforms.
The company’s latest progress report came hot on the heels of a deal announced earlier this month to supply 60 UGVs to UAE, the home country of Milrem owner Edge.
Speaking Defence iQ’s International Armoured Vehicle conference in London last week, Milrem chief sales officer Patrick Shepherd said the new Robotic Combat Vehicle (RCV) 8x8 would build on the technology
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