French defence company Nexter, which has business relationships with the Vietnamese military, is looking for further opportunities to expand its footprint in Vietnam.
Recognizing the fact that Vietnam is looking to modernise its military and diversify its base of arms suppliers, Nexteris showcasing a variety of products , including ammunition for the navy, artillery systems, and robotics.
“The ongoing exhibition is a good opportunity for us to meet all the Vietnamese officials< . We are here today to see how to develop a partnership, maybe transfer some production and sold. We have seen many Vietnamese enterprises investing in this field”.
As a systems architect and integrator, Nexter has, over the years, developed a wide range of defense products in the fields of land combat systems, artillery, ammunition, weapons and robotics.
Nexter Robotics’ robots meet the expectations of the French and international armies and are much in demand for a variety of tasks such as reconnaissance, anti-IED (improvised explosive devices, opening route), automated conveying (fardier / MULE) and protection of soldiers (remotely operated weaponized platforms). The company’s range of
robots not only cover a large part of the defence sector missions but are also used by police forces and fire fighters. The robots include reconnaissance microbots to heavy logistics or armed robots, as wall as aerial drones.
The emergence of more and more enterprises in Vietnam belonging to not only the state sector but also private companies in the defense industry is a signal of a rapidly developing market.
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