BAE Methods has signed new help, sustainment, and readiness settlement with the Norwegian Military for its fleet of 144 CV90 Infantry Combating Autos, securing a brand new contract mannequin to help the supply and steady modernization of the fleet. The seven-year settlement with the Norwegian Defence Logistics Organisation governs the acquisition of elements and tools, in addition to administration and engineering work. It consists of upkeep of the System Integration Lab, which ensures that each the shopper and BAE Methods can monitor autos’ present circumstances and state of readiness to optimize automobile efficiency and capabilities throughout the fleet.

“We stay up for strengthening the belief and cooperation we’ve got with our Norwegian buyer, and constructing on the constructive experiences with our Norwegian trade companions who’re a necessary a part of this contract. We’re dedicated to going the additional mile to serve our Norwegian buyer, together with different international locations who function the automobile, who all profit from being a part of the CV90 Consumer Membership,” mentioned Tommy Gustafsson-Rask, managing director of BAE Methods Hägglunds, which manufactures the CV90.


“We’re happy to signal this contract to additional safe the CV90 fleet for the longer term, each for ongoing sustainment and incremental functionality upgrades,” mentioned Maj. Gen. Lars Christian Aamodt, head of the Norwegian Defence Logistics Organisation. “We now have right now one of many world’s most fashionable Infantry Combating Autos in a position to advance mixed arms with air and sea programs. With this contract we intention to remain on this place for a few years to return.”

BAE Methods CV90 Tracked Fight Automobile Variants

BAE Methods Hägglunds, based mostly in Örnsköldsvik, Sweden, is presently working intently with its Norwegian trade hub, together with small and medium-sized companies, to ship 20 further new CV90s to the Norwegian Military. This incremental upgrades and steady enhancements mannequin, carried out as a mixed effort between the Norwegian Military, native trade, and BAE Methods Hägglunds, will maintain the combat-proven CV90 among the many world’s most superior Infantry Combating Autos in service. The Norwegian Defence Materiel Company awarded the greater than $50 million contract that may enhance the Military’s fleet to 164 autos as a part of its effort to develop and modernize within the face of evolving threats.The brand new Norwegian order for 12 engineering and eight multi-carrier CV90 variants is scheduled for supply in 2023.

Th Norway is considered one of seven CV90 customers and is the newest buyer to reinforce its fleet of combat-proven CV90s following important life extension and mid-life improve contracts from Switzerland and the Netherlands. The others are Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Switzerland, Sweden, and the Netherlands. The Fight Automobile 90 is a household of Swedish tracked fight autos designed by Sweden’s Protection Materiel Administration (Försvarets Materielverk, FMV), Hägglunds and Bofors in the course of the mid-Eighties to early Nineteen Nineties, getting into service in Sweden within the mid-Nineteen Nineties. With near 1,300 autos in service in a number of variants, the automobile is designed to accommodate future progress to satisfy evolving missions.