Company:

Force Protection, Inc.

URL: www.forceprotectioninc.com
e-mail: info@forceprotection.net
  jchild@policyimpact.com
 
Type of activity:
Ballistic Protection
Armoured Vehicles
Contact: Jeff Child
Address:

9801 Highway 78, #3
Ladson, South Carolina 29456

Country: USAUSA
Phone: (843) 740-7015
Fax: (843) 740-1973

Force Protection manufactures the world's most advanced ballistic- and mine-protected vehicles. These specialty vehicles incorporate state-of-the-art technology with off-the-shelf American commercial automotive components that protect soldiers against attacks from IEDs, land mines, roadside bombs and hostile fire in Iraq, Afghanistan, Kosovo and other hot spots around the world.

Force Protection's vehicles are mission-configurable and can be used for operations including mine detection and clearance, troop transport, reconnaissance, command and control, explosive ordnance disposal (EOD), communications, urban weapons system, urban fighting vehicle, and lead convoy.

With the ever-changing face of modern warfare, emerging threats have caused government and military leaders to recognize the critical need for vehicles that can protect armed forces and security personnel today, and in the years to come.

Production
Buffalo H (Mine clearing vehicle)
Cheetah (Armoured car)
Cougar H 4x4 (Mine protected carrier)
Cougar MRAP (Mine protected carrier)
JAMMA (Maintenance and recovery vehicle)
Mastiff PPV (Mine protected carrier)
MUV-R (Armoured car)
Ocelot LPPV/Foxhound (Mine protected carrier)
Timberwolf (Mine protected carrier)
TSV (Maintenance and recovery vehicle)
   
Last contracts:
Products
Qnt
Customer
Total
Add Date
(Close Date)
Annual Cost
Buffalo H (Mine clearing vehicle) 162
USA
$185.900.000
Nov 2011
(Apr 2014)
$46,475,000
Buffalo H (Mine clearing vehicle) 56
USA
$63.830.337
Jun 2011
(Nov 2012)
$31,915,169
Buffalo H (Mine clearing vehicle) 56
USA
$63.800.000
Jun 2011
(Jul 2012)
$31,900,000
Mastiff PPV (Mine protected carrier) 47
UNITED KINGDOM
$27.400.000
Apr 2011
(Dec 2011)
$27,400,000
Buffalo H (Mine clearing vehicle) 40
USA
$46.600.000
Apr 2011
(Sep 2011)
$46,600,000
Ocelot LPPV/Foxhound (Mine protected carrier) 200
UNITED KINGDOM
$280.000.000
Dec 2010
(Aug 2012)
$93,333,333
Mastiff PPV (Mine protected carrier) 102
UNITED KINGDOM
$122.000.000
May 2010
(Dec 2012)
$40,666,667
Cougar MRAP (Mine protected carrier) 30
USA
$24.000.000
May 2010
(Apr 2011)
$12,000,000
Buffalo H (Mine clearing vehicle) 60
USA
$62.400.000
May 2010
(Jul 2011)
$31,200,000
Mastiff PPV (Mine protected carrier) 23
UNITED KINGDOM
$16.100.000
Feb 2010
(Apr 2010)
$16,100,000
Buffalo H (Mine clearing vehicle) 48
USA
$58.000.000
Sep 2009
(Sep 2010)
$29,000,000
Cougar H 4x4 (Mine protected carrier) 157
UNITED KINGDOM
$94.000.000
Apr 2008
(Dec 2009)
$47,000,000
Cougar MRAP (Mine protected carrier) 10
ITALY
 
Feb 2008
(Jul 2009)
 
Mastiff PPV (Mine protected carrier) 174
UNITED KINGDOM
$115.000.000
Feb 2008
(Aug 2009)
$57,500,000
Buffalo H (Mine clearing vehicle) 29
USA
$22.300.000
Nov 2007
(Aug 2008)
$11,150,000
All contracts...

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