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Thales CEO says Safran talks continuing -report

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Talks between French aerospace companies Thales and Safran are continuing over an asset swap, with valuation terms still to be agreed, the...

EADS open to Thales tie-up for Brazil contract-paper

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Aerospace and defence group EADS is open to teaming up with France's Thales to win a border surveillance contract in Brazil potentially...

France’s Thales looks to sell piece of IT unit-source

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French aerospace and defence company Thales is looking to sell part of its information technologies operations, a trade union source said confirming...

French defence official optimistic on Safran, Thales talks

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Tie-up talks between French aerospace firms Safran and Thales should reach a conclusion by the end of the year, said a French...

GBADS readies for OTE

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Denel Integrated System Solutions (DISS), a business unit of the state arsenal, has been awarded a R9 866 184.24 contract to provide...

GBADS 1 passes FAT

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The first phase of the long-running ground-based air-defence system (GBADS) project is one step closer to completion with the successful conclusion of...

Dassault Aviation says Safran delays Thales deal

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Dassault Aviation head Charles Edelstenne said Safran was holding up talks to swap assets with Thales in a government-backed deal to...

Thales H1 operating profit up 48 pct

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Cost cuts and a break in provisions for over-budget projects lifted operating profits at French aerospace and defence company Thales more than...

Vertec gets more Cytoon work

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The South African Army has awarded Vertec Projects a R877 192.00 extension of a R1.767 million contrat awarded last September for the...

SA Army stocks up on night vision

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The South African Army is purchasing night vision tubes worth R3 million from vendor ECM Technologies. The order was placed last month....

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Coronavirus shows why the SANDF needs to be adequately funded

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The deployment of the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) to help fight the COVID-19 novel coronavirus yet again demonstrates the need for a...