Germany orders more logistics trucks
Rheinmetall will supply unprotected transport vehicles with payloads of five and fifteen tonnes to the German military under an order announced on 12 June.
The order, worth €92 million, falls under the framework agreement concluded in 2017 for more than 2,200 military trucks.
Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles (RMMV) will build and deliver the 252 vehicles by the end of 2019. The vehicles will include 161 5-tonne trucks and 91 15-tonne trucks.
Encompassing a total of 2,271 unprotected transport vehicles from RMMV’s HX family, the framework agreement is worth around €900 million, including special tools and training services.
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