Germany has signed an announcement of intent to hitch the Finnish-led, Frequent Armoured Car System, CAVS programme. The official becoming a member of settlement is because of be signed earlier than the top of 2022. Germany would be the fifth nation to hitch the primary stage of multinational cooperation. Finland, Latvia and Estonia entered the programme in 2019 and Sweden in 2021. The joint programme is open to different nations sharing related necessities with the mutual consent of the taking part nations.

Patria because the chosen supplier of the 6×6 car platform is accountable for system improvement inside CAVS. Inside the CAVS programme, Latvia has ordered greater than 200 personnel provider armoured automobiles in August 2021, of which Patria has delivered already over a dozen. Finland signed a letter of intent in August 2021 for 160 new personnel car carriers and pre-series deliveries for Finland happen in June. Sweden signed an R&D settlement earlier this month for the analysis and product improvement section.


Raimo Jyväsjärvi, Nationwide Armament Director (left) and Carsten Stawitzki, Nationwide Armament Director of Germany. (Picture by Patria)

“Patria 6×6 is a modular answer that may cowl a variety of wants. The curiosity from Germany within the CAVS programme is one more proof of an amazing idea. Having new events concerned within the programme advantages all people within the type of improved mobility and upkeep capabilities in addition to elevated cost-effectiveness” says Hugo Vanbockryck, Head of Market Space Europe at Patria.

Patria is a global supplier of defence, safety and aviation life cycle help providers, pilot coaching and expertise options. Patria offers its aerospace and army clients with tools availability, steady efficiency improvement in addition to chosen intelligence, surveillance and administration system services and products. Patria’s mission is to provide its clients confidence in all circumstances, and the imaginative and prescient is to be the #1 accomplice for crucial operations on land, sea and air. Patria has a number of places together with Finland, Sweden, Norway, Belgium, Estonia, the Netherlands and Spain. Patria is owned by the State of Finland (50.1%) and Norwegian Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace AS (49.9%).