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VOP from Czech Republic will produce components for BAE Systems BvS10 All-Terrain vehicle.
BAE Systems has issued a contract to the Czech company VOP CZ to produce components for BvS10 armored all-terrain vehicles.The contract further builds on an existing teaming agreement between the two companies aimed at providing the Czech Republic with its next generation Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV).
     
BAE Systems has issued a contract to the Czech company VOP CZ to produce components for BvS10 armored all-terrain vehicles.The contract further builds on an existing teaming agreement between the two companies aimed at providing the Czech Republic with its next generation Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV).
BvS10 BAE Systems All-Terrain armoured vehicle at DVD Event in United Kingdom.
     
BAE Systems is committed to a strong partnership with Czech industry to offer the best capabilities possible to meet the security needs of the country, and it has a solid track record of working with industries native to its customers to support local economies.

Under this new contract signed in February, VOP CZ will produce parts for the 32 BvS10s that BAE Systems Hägglunds, based in Örnsköldsvik, Sweden, is currently building for the Austrian government under a previous contract awarded in June 2016.

The BvS10 Viking is a fully amphibious all-terrain armoured vehicle designed and manufactured by the British Company BAE Systems, in collaboration with the Swedish Company Land Systems Hagglunds.

The development of the BvS10 was achieved in 2005 with first production in 2006. The same year, the BvS10 has entered into service with the British Army. The BvS10 is in service with armed forces of France, Netherlands, Sweden and United Kingdom.
 

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