(2004), "Heavy support for light vehicles", International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, Vol. 53 No. 3. https://doi.org/10.1108/ijppm.2004.07953cab.001Download as .RIS
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Heavy support for light vehicles
Brigadier General Rick Ottaway, deputy chief of the Army for New Zealand, and John Ulrich, senior vice president of General Dynamics Land Systems – Canada, recently signed a logistics support agreement to support the NZLAV (light armoured vehicle) program for the next 25 years.
Under this agreement, General Dynamics Land Systems – Canada is contracted to provide the New Zealand Army with technical assistance, configuration management, obsolescence management, repair and overhaul services and spare parts in support of the NZLAV. This agreement also provides the mechanism by which the New Zealand Army can obtain other services, including systems engineering, logistics services, field services and training. The value for base services provided under this agreement is CAD $3.8 million (approx. US$2.9 million) for the first two years. Additional services and parts sales will be in addition to this amount.