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vIITSEC 2020: RUAG teams with Ritek for Norwegian training equipment support
RUAG International announced on 1 December that it has signed an industrial teaming agreement with Norwegian defence MRO supplier Ritek.
This partnership will ‘ensure reliable, efficient and sustainable’ local support for RUAG LVC simulation and training solutions used in Norway, the Swiss company noted.
‘The exclusive agreement is also set to enhance the readiness and reliability of simulation and training services for the foreseeable future, resulting in improved cost-effectiveness' and sustainable service delivery, RUAG added.
Ritek supports the Norwegian Armed Forces with logistics support and MRO of land vehicles and equipment, but it intends to use the teaming agreement with RUAG to expand its activities while bolstering its core capabilities.
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