Rheinmetall Wins Dutch Army’s Ammunition Supply Deal

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  • 03:37 PM, September 24, 2020
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Rheinmetall Wins Dutch Army’s Ammunition Supply Deal

Dutch procurement agency Defence Materiel Organization (DMO) signed an agreement with Rheinmetall for the supply of ammunition.

The framework agreement encompasses the supply of 35mm medium-calibre ammunition for infantry fighting vehicles, 40mm ROSY smoke/obscurant cartridges, and a family of state-of-the-art 155mm artillery ammunition. It envisages annual call-offs of around €50 million, meaning that total volume could come to €500 million. The customer is already preparing for the first call-offs, the company said in a release September 24.

Major General Ivo de Jong, Deputy Director of the DMO, and Roman Köhne, Managing Director of Rheinmetall Waffe Munition GmbH, signed the contract on 30 July 2020. The framework agreement follows a partnership agreement signed by the two parties just over a year ago.

Under the aforementioned partnership agreement, Rheinmetall has already assumed full responsibility for the complete 155mm portfolio, which extends from the Assegai ammunition family to modular charges and fuses.

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