Navistar awarded U.S. Army contract

  • 19-Jun-2008 09:12 EDT

The U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command awarded Navistar Defense a follow-on contract to provide Medium Tactical Vehicles and spare parts to the Afghanistan National Police, Afghan National Army, and the Iraqi Ministry of Defense. Under the multi-year contract, Navistar will supply tactical vehicles built on Navistar’s severe-service International 7000 Series platform. The three-year contract is valued at nearly $1.3 billion for 7072 vehicles and parts. Half of the order will be delivered during the first year of the contract, with nearly 1000 units expected to be delivered in fiscal year 2008.

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