Milrem LCM to maintain EDF vehicle components
Milrem LCM has signed an agreement with the Estonian Center of Defence Investments to perform maintenance work on power equipment of the Estonian Defence Forces (EDF), Patria announced on 24 April.
Under the seven-year, €2.1 million contract, Milrem LCM will provide repair and maintenance services for engines, gearboxes, intermediate boxes and axels on the EDF's Mercedes-Benz and DAF vehicles.
The works will extend the lifespan of the military vehicles and ensure their sustainability.
Milrem LCM is an Estonian defence company, owned 60% by Patria and 40% by Mootor Grupp.
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