Mack Defense continues MSVS support
Mack Defense will continue to support the Canadian Medium Support Vehicle System (MSVS) programme, under a five-year contract extension awarded by Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC).
The deal, worth an undisclosed amount, covers all 1,587 Medium Support Vehicle System (MSVS) Standard Military Pattern (SMP) 8x8 vehicles, trailers and armoured protection systems.
The MSVS SMP is available in a number of variants, including cargo trucks, material-handling cranes, load-handling systems and mobile repair trucks.
‘We look forward to maximising the uptime of these vehicles as we continue to provide these support services,’ David Hartzell, president of Mack Defense, said in a 13 July statement.
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