KMW wins Brazilian Army award
Krauss-Maffei Wegmann (KMW) has been awarded a comprehensive Industrial Logistic Support (ILS) contract by the Brazilian Army for the comprehensive technical support of the force’s main battle tanks Leopard 1A5. The contract will take place over the next five years at the newly founded KMW subsidiary KMW do Brasil in Santa Maria, Brazil.
According to KMW the contract comprises more than 220 LEOPARD 1A5 and further vehicles of the LEOPARD product family as well as a large number of simulators and training equipment.
The 220 LEOPARD 1A5 main battle tanks were ordered by the Brazilian Army along with peripheral systems from KMW with completion of delivery due this year.
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