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Lithuania boosts army with 88 BOXER vehicles

Category: Contracts

The European Organisation for Joint Armament Cooperation (OCCAR) and the Lithuanian Ministry of Defence have commissioned ARTEC GmbH to supply 88 high-protection BOXER vehicles to the Lithuanian army starting in 2017.

ARTEC, a joint venture between Krauss-Maffei Wegmann (KMW) and Rheinmetall, will deliver the vehicles with medium-calibre weaponry in a remote-controlled turret.

Consequently, the BOXER family is now extended by the Infantry Fighting Vehicle variant.

Production will be carried out by ARTEC's two parent companies. 53 vehicles will be manufactured by KMW and 35 by Rheinmetall.

The German Armed Forces already have more than 400 BOXER vehicles in different variants in use or in the procurement process, and the Dutch Armed Forces have 200.

Together with the Lithuanian vehicles, just short of 700 vehicles therefore have been contracted by three user nations.

Globally, the BOXER is one of the best-protected 8x8 wheeled vehicles. It offers its crews maximum protection from mines, IEDs and direct fire, and is characterized by high mobility, both on roads and in the roughest terrain. The concept of drive and mission modules provides high flexibility and a diversity of variants covering an unsurpassed spectrum of capabilities.

Sergyi Way
24.08.2016

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