Deals this week: Boeing, Raytheon, Lockheed Martin
The US Defense Logistics Agency Aviation has awarded a $196.69m contract to The Boeing Company for the supply of spare parts.
Boeing will deliver spare parts for F/A-18 Hornet multirole combat aircraft operated by the US Navy, through 2019.
The contract has a base period of five years with one five-year extension options.
Raytheon Missile Systems will provide launch systems for the US Navy’s Rolling Airframe Missile Mk49 Mod 3 guided missile, under a $28.06m contract.
Work under the latest contract, awarded by the US Naval Sea Systems Command, is scheduled to be completed in September 2018.
Lockheed Martin Corporation has secured a contract modification to provide engineering and logistics support services for the Mk92 fire control system until June next year.
Awarded by the US Naval Surface Warfare Center, the $11.81m modification will support the overhaul and installation of Mk92 fire control system operated by the US and foreign navies.
Robertson Fuel Systems has been selected to supply spare parts for the US Navy’s MH-60R Seahawk multi-mission naval helicopter through 2018.
Valued at $16.72m, the contract has been awarded by the US Defense Logistics Agency Aviation against a previously issued basic ordering agreement.
Hyundai Heavy Industries Co Ltd has agreed to build two 107m-long frigates for the Philippine Navy, with deliveries beginning in 2020.
The heavily armed frigates will be powered by combined diesel and diesel propulsion system, which will provide a maximum speed of 25k.
Each frigate will have a displacement of 2,600t and a range of 4,500nm at speeds of 15k.