Hydraulic Controls Present at the Land 400 Phase 3 AIC Roadshow
Updated: May 13
The Land 400 Phase 3 Project
The Mounted Close Combat Capability (LAND 400 Phase 3) project is scoped to acquire and support up to 450 Infantry Fighting Vehicles (IFV) to replace the current M113 Armoured Personnel Carriers and up to 17 Manoeuvre Support Vehicles.
Australian Industry Capability is pivotal to the LAND 400 program. During the Risk Mitigation Activity, Defence will work with shortlisted tenderers to maximise opportunities for Australian industry participation to deliver an optimum Australian Industry Capability under LAND 400 Phase 3. Rheinmetall Defence Australia and Hanwha Defense Australia will participate in a Defence facilitated joint Australian Industry Capability roadshow, which will be conducted in March and April 2020. The roadshow will enable companies across Australia to showcase their capabilities and provide both shortlisted tenderers with the opportunity to identify local businesses able to contribute to their supply chains.
The meetings will provide local companies with the opportunity to meet both Hanwha Defense Australia and Rheinmetall Defence Australia concurrently. Each local company will be allocated five minutes to deliver a pitch on their capabilities. This will be followed by five minutes for the shortlisted tenderers to ask questions of the companies offering.
Hanwha Australia and Rheinmetall Australia
REDBACK (Infantry Fighting Vehicle)
(Infantry Fighting Vehicle)
Hydraulic Controls have been invited to present their Capability to a panel of ten comprising key representatives from Hanwha and Rheinmetall, and The Commonwealth in early April.
We are very thankful for the chance to show what we can do the primes.