The LYNX is presently present process Threat Mitigation Exercise trials in Australia after being shortlisted for the $18.1 – $27.1 billion LAND 400 Section 3 undertaking to accumulate tracked IFVs. The LYNX is a next-generation networked and extremely protected tracked car which meets the Military’s stringent navy necessities for shut fight – to defeat an enemy in probably the most harmful and deadly environments.

Rheinmetall chosen the Prepare dinner Defence Methods TR40 monitor for its light-weight, sturdiness and reliability. Comparable TR40 tracks are in-service on the British Military’s next-generation AJAX automobiles being constructed by Common Dynamics UK. Prepare dinner Defence Methods is already supplying Rheinmetall with tracks for LYNX automobiles underneath building for different clients. Rheinmetall is already supplying 211 8×8 BOXER Fight Reconnaissance Automobiles to the Military underneath LAND 400 Section 2 and is constructing industrial functionality in Australia.

“The partnership between Prepare dinner Defence Methods and Mackay Rubber is a superb instance of how Rheinmetall is working with its companions in Australia to ship greatest of sophistication know-how with enduring sovereign functionality advantages,” stated Rheinmetall Defence Australia Managing Director Gary Stewart.

Mr William Prepare dinner, Director of Prepare dinner Defence Methods, stated, “We’re delighted to be working with Rheinmetall Defence Australia as a part of its bid for the LAND 400 Section 3 undertaking. Our proposed TR40 monitor may have a powerful contribution from Australian business because of our long-standing partnership with Mackay Rubber in Victoria.”

Mackay is already a significant provider to Prepare dinner Defence Methods for different programmes exterior Australia. Mackay’s monitor pads are produced from a sophisticated rubber formulation and are confirmed to supply world-leading sturdiness in probably the most demanding environments. The LYNX will probably be displayed with the Prepare dinner Defence Methods monitor fitted on the Land Forces worldwide defence exhibition on June 1-3, a showcase for tools, know-how and providers for the armies of Australia and the Indo-Asia-Pacific.