Marshall selected to provide NASAMS containers
Marshall Aerospace and Defence (ADG) has been selected by Kongsberg to provide container systems to house the fire distribution centre for one of its National Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile System (NASAMS) customers.
Following a competitive tender, Marshall was selected to provide its modular, reconfigurable containers for use with NASAMS, which will be delivered to an undisclosed customer.
‘We selected Marshall because of their competitive prices, their high standards of design and manufacture, speed of response and willingness to work collaboratively with Kongsberg,’ Kjetil Myhra, executive VP of Kongsberg, said.
‘We look forward to working with them on this contract and delivering the highest quality solution to our customer.’
The containers are produced at Marshall’s Cambridge, UK site, and provide a protected working area from which the system can be operated, which can be reconfigured to suit different deployment needs including variation in operating conditions.
‘We are delighted to have been selected by Kongsberg to support their customer with this dynamic solution,’ Alistair McPhee, Marshall ADG’s CEO, added.
‘We hope this will be the beginning of a long and productive relationship, as Kongsberg continues to achieve further success with NASAMS in its key markets around the world.’
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