Global Ordnance acquires CMP
Global Ordnance has completed the acquisition of Chemring Group’s subsidiary Chemring Military Products (CMP), the company announced on 5 April.
CMP procures and delivers US-standard and non-standard ammunition (NSA) and weapons systems. Global Ordnance and CMP have been long-time suppliers of NSA and non-standard weapons to the US and foreign government entities.
Global Ordnance is a partner of the US Special Operations Command and the US Army, providing them with products and services to support their mission requirements.
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