Australian Hanwha subsidiary launches LAND 400 Phase 3 teaming program with its AS21 Redback


South Korean defence group Hanwha has launched a subsidiary in Australia to pursue land systems opportunities. The inauguration of Hanwha Defence Australia was announced recently in an event to promote investment in the southeastern state of Victoria.


Australian Hanwha subsidiary launches LAND 400 Phase 3 teaming program with its AS21 Redback
AS21 Redback (Picture source: Hanwha)


The focus of the event was to bring together the LAND 400 Phase 3 Australian industry team to hear directly from the CEO, to meet members of the Hanwha team and to have discussions with Hanwha’s key partners EOS and Elbit. Lee emphasised the team effort required to deliver the Redback infantry fighting vehicle to the Australian Army.

Hanwha's new subsidiary in Australia is offering to supply the Australian Defence Force with its AS21 Redback to meet a requirement to procure IFVs under the Land 400 Phase 3 project.

Phase 3 of the LAND 400 project is also known as Mounted Close Combat Capability. It will see the replacement of the Australian Army’s M113 armoured personnel carriers.

 


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