Omnia Training: Rheinmetall joins forces with Raytheon UK, Capita, Cervus, and Improbable Defence for the British Army’s CTTP

Rheinmetall together with Capita, Cervus, Improbable Defence has joined the Raytheon UK led team Omnia Training. Omnia Training is an industrial team that will be bidding to become the Strategic Training Partner for the British Army’s Collective Training Transformation Programme (CTTP). The CTTP will deliver the Future Collective Training System (FCTS) – a technologyenabled training Read more about Omnia Training: Rheinmetall joins forces with Raytheon UK, Capita, Cervus, and Improbable Defence for the British Army’s CTTP[…]

Climate neutrality by the year 2035: Rheinmetall contributes to reducing climate-damaging CO2 emissions with photovoltaics

The technology enterprise Rheinmetall AG has taken a further step on the path to achieving climate neutrality by 2035, its stated goal. Thanks to the Group’s strong commitment and the support of local authorities, last summer a large solar power plant was successfully installed on the roofs of factory halls at Rheinmetall subsidiary Pierburg SA Read more about Climate neutrality by the year 2035: Rheinmetall contributes to reducing climate-damaging CO2 emissions with photovoltaics[…]

Backfill activity: Rheinmetall supplies Marder Infantry Fighting Vehicles to Greece

. – Rheinmetall is supplying Marder 1A3 Infantry Fighting Vehicles to Greece on behalf of the German government – Delivery between October 2022 and the end of 2023 – Greece will also receive ammunition, training and an integrated logistics package – Fast negotiations with German BMVg and Greek Hellenic Armed Forces As part of another Read more about Backfill activity: Rheinmetall supplies Marder Infantry Fighting Vehicles to Greece[…]

Next-generation gun systems: Rheinmetall supplying eight MLG27-4.0 to Damen Naval for German Navy’s new F126-class frigates

The German technology group Rheinmetall has received an order from Dutch shipbuilder Damen Naval to supply eight state-of-the-art MLG27-4.0 defence systems for the F126-class frigates it is currently building for the German Navy. Each frigate will be equipped with two MLG27-4.0 systems. The order is worth a figure in the two-digit million-euro range and includes Read more about Next-generation gun systems: Rheinmetall supplying eight MLG27-4.0 to Damen Naval for German Navy’s new F126-class frigates[…]

Tank swap: Rheinmetall supplying the Slovak Republic with Leopard 2 A4 MBTs

On behalf of the German government, Rheinmetall is supplying the Slovak Republic with Leopard 2 A4 MBTs Delivery between December 2022 and late 2023 Order includes ammunition, training and logistic support Fast-paced negotiations with German MoD and Slovak military Under the German government’s “Ringtausch” equipment exchange programme, Rheinmetall will soon be supplying the Slovak Republic Read more about Tank swap: Rheinmetall supplying the Slovak Republic with Leopard 2 A4 MBTs[…]

Rheinmetall wins SPE Automotive Award 2022

Rheinmetall has won the coveted SPE Automotive Award 2022 with its globally unique fibreglass suspension spring. The innovative new component overcame the competition to take the Grand Innovation Award, a special category. The award ceremony took place in Neuss in mid-October. First and foremost, Rheinmetall’s fibreglass suspension spring convinced the jury of experts because of Read more about Rheinmetall wins SPE Automotive Award 2022[…]

Rheinmetall takes over Spain’s Expal Systems S.A.

. – Rheinmetall acquires 100% stake in Expal Systems S.A. of Madrid – World renowned maker of ammunition – Purchase price based on an enterprise value of EUR 1.2 billion, due after closing – Pending approval by regulatory authorities  – Rheinmetall gaining access to extra production capacity, e.g., for artillery ammunition, propulsions and charges Rheinmetall AG today concluded a purchase contract with MaxamCorp. Holding S.L. of Read more about Rheinmetall takes over Spain’s Expal Systems S.A.[…]

Interim report after nine months of 2022: Rheinmetall increases sales and continues to improve operating result and margin

Consolidated sales increased by around 6.5% to €4.1 billion Operating result improved by around 9.0% to €323 million Operating margin of 7.9% exceeds previous year’s level of 7.7% Significant growth in orders intake within the Group Annual forecasts for 2022 confirmed The Düsseldorf-based Rheinmetall Group is entering the final quarter of fiscal 2022 with sales Read more about Interim report after nine months of 2022: Rheinmetall increases sales and continues to improve operating result and margin[…]

InterRoC research project – Rheinmetall HX trucks demonstrate automated driving capabilities

On behalf of Germany’s Federal Office for Bundeswehr Equipment, Information Technology and In-Service Support (BAAINBw), Rheinmetall is currently conducting the InterRoC research and technology project. The abbreviation stands for Interoperable Robotic Convoy. In the last weeks, the impressive capabilities of this high-tech approach to autonomous driving were on display at two remarkable events. The InterRoC Read more about InterRoC research project – Rheinmetall HX trucks demonstrate automated driving capabilities[…]

Rheinmetall curb chargers – an innovative charging concept for promoting e-mobility in city centres and metropolitan areas

. – New electric vehicle charging solution concept for city centres – Modular curb enables charging with 22kW AC, including integration into existing backend systems – Development oriented to current requirements like space requirements, point density, etc. – Minimal intrusion into public space – Numerous potential applications At an E-Mobility Conference organized by the VDE, Read more about Rheinmetall curb chargers – an innovative charging concept for promoting e-mobility in city centres and metropolitan areas[…]