Chemring Military Products Awarded $29 Million Contract for Non-Standard Ammunition

June 5, 2016

Perry, FL – The US Department of Defense (DoD) has awarded Chemring Military Products, Inc. (“CMP”), part of the Chemring Group PLC (“Chemring”), a second delivery order under its 5-year Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract for Non-Standard Ammunition (NSA), valued at over $29 million. This significant award strengthens CMP’s position as an industry leader in NSA brokering. 

CMP was awarded a five-year IDIQ for NSA in March 2016 with an initial delivery order in excess of $18 Million. The award of this second competitive delivery order brings Chemring’s current contract value to over $47 million.

Non-Standard Ammunition is defined as any ammunition or weapon system that DoD has not type-classified. DoD relies on companies, such as CMP, to broker NSA because it supports the needs of the United States and its Allies.

Michael Quesenberry, President of Chemring Military Products, stated: “Chemring is very proud to support the Department of Defense and its Allies through Non-Standard Ammunition programs. We appreciate the opportunity to continue this service to our nation.”

 

About Chemring Military Products
Chemring Military Products, Inc. (CMP) is a leading supplier of non-NATO standard military products, including ammunition, weapons, and platforms. CMP leverages expertise in ammunition and weapons program management, procurement, quality assurance, and logistics to provide best-value services to the US government and approved foreign customers.

 

About Chemring

Chemring Group PLC is a market-leading manufacturer supplying high-technology electronics and energetic products to over sixty countries around the world.  Chemring has a diverse portfolio of products that predominantly protect military personnel and platforms, providing insurance against a constantly changing threat.  These range from countermeasures that protect aircraft, to ground penetrating radar that protect troops and vehicles from improvised explosive devices.  For more information about Chemring, please go to: www.chemring.co.uk.

 

For more information please contact:

Jim Batina
Vice President, Business Development

(850) 584-2634

jbatina@chemringordnance.com