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Norwegian Armed Forces to receive new armored recovery vehicles

By Defence Industry Europe

The Norwegian Defence Materiel Agency (NDMA) have signed a contract for the acquisition of seven state-of-the-art armored recovery vehicles for the Norwegian Armed Forces. These vehicles are specifically designed to recover vehicles weighing between 5 and 25 tonnes.

Miller Industries Towing Equipment Inc. (MITE), an American company, has been awarded the contract to develop and integrate a recovery module onto the newly developed Armored Combat Support Vehicle (ACSV) for the Norwegian Armed Forces.

The delivery of the vehicles to the Norwegian Armed Forces is scheduled to begin in 2027.

 

 

The Norwegian Defence Materiel Agency (NDMA) have signed a contract for the acquisition of seven state-of-the-art armored recovery vehicles for the Norwegian Armed Forces. These vehicles are specifically designed to recover vehicles weighing between 5 and 25 tonnes.
Image: NDMA.

 

Tomas Beck, the head of Land Capacities in the NDMA, stated, “With these all-terrain recovery vehicles, the Norwegian Armed Forces will have the capability to lift and tow vehicles in the 5 to 25-tonne weight range, primarily lighter armored tracked vehicles such as the M113 family.”

The initial contract with Miller Industries Towing Equipment Inc. is valued at just under NOK 50 million and includes an option to purchase two additional tow trucks.

 

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