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South African Defence Industry Directory 2018-2019 SADID 15th EDITION First Published in the RSA by Armscor (1990) Reprinted 1992,1994,1996, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 This edition is published by: South African Aerospace Maritime & Defence Industries Association (AMD)

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In association with Pfamoni Block O, Crystal Park One, 249 Basden Avenue, Lyttelton, Centurion, 0157 Telephone: +27 (0) 86 099 4156 Telefax: +27 (0) 86 999 0283 Website: www.pfamoni.co.za

The content of this directory is also available on USB in Portable Document Format (PDF), HTML and on the web at www.sadid-amd.org.za Disclaimer The Publishers are responsible for the production of this Directory and, to the best of their knowledge, the information contained herein is correct at the time of going to press. The individual contributors are however responsible for the content of their insertions and it should be noted that the products or services they describe may be subject to improvements or specification changes without notice.

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Foreword by the

SA Minister of Defence and Military Veterans Honourable N.N Mapisa-Nqakula

We remain committed to working with the industry and Association to ensure that the environment in which we all operate is conducive to the attainment of our respective goals

2018 marks a seminal year for both South Africa as a democratic nation as well as the SA Defence Industry as a strategic partner to the SANDF as well as a key contributor to the SA economic and technology landscapes. As a nation, both our democracy and economy have proven resilient and remain robust as we approach the 2019 elections. We are also celebrating the centenary of our dear father and global icon – the inaugural President of SA as a democratic nation, iSithwalandwe uTata Rolihlahla Nelson Mandela – whose values still bind us together as a nation in spite of the challenges we continue to face. As the defence community and specifically the defence industry, not only have we operationalised the National Defence Industry Council but we have drafted SA Defence Industry Strategy as well as the SA Defence Industry Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment Charter both of which are in the final stages of approval by myself and the Minister of Trade and Industry respectively. In the context of the above, this 15th edition of the SA Defence Industry Directory is seminal as it also coincides with the 25th Anniversary of AMD as the SADI industry association as well as the 10th instalment of AAD as the premier marketing and promotional platform for the defence industry both continentally and globally. These milestones the resilience and credibility of the SADI as

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a genuine partner to the SA Government and other likeminded nations with whom we continue to co-operate on defence matters. Characterised by engineering ingenuity, technological innovativeness, affordability, reliability and cost effectiveness the SADI – with the guidance and suppport of the SA Government – remains a non-aligned world-class partner of choice that supplies equipment and services to the global defence community including multilateral organisations that are involved in peacekeeping operations, as well as countries seeking to equip their defence establishments the aerospace, maritime and landward environments. SADID 15 profiles and projects the pride of the SA economy and defence community whose competitive advantage goes beyond quality and price to niche solutions that address the operational requirements of rugged and harsh environments whilst remaining affordable and reliable from a maintenance, repair and overall point of view. Come journey with us into a new dawn of an innovative, stable, reliable and prosperous SADI that is ready to partner with you as we seek to transform the world we all live in.


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Foreword by the

AMD Chairperson Brig Gen (r’td) Damian De Lange

For 25 years the South African Aerospace, Maritime and Defence Industry Association provided the industry with support to grow in a sustainable manner

Though smaller in size than the defence industries of competing countries, the South African Defence Industry’s capabilities range from systems engineering and integration, to the design, development, qualification, manufacture and maintenance and support of complex defence and security systems. Since the the advent of democracy, in 1994, and with the guidance of the SA Government the profile of the SA Defence Industry profile has evolved and developed to meet the changes and demands of the global defence market as a capable, credible, reliable and non-aligned world-class supplier of defence equipment and services to the clients and partners both in SA and globally in the aerospace, maritime and landward environments. This 15th instalment of the much appraised SA Defence Industry Directory (SADID) is the first to be published under the joint auspices of Aerospace, Maritime, and Defence Association (AMD), as the representative defence industry Association in SA, and the SA AMD Export Council (SAAMDEC) which has been specifically established to deepen the SADI’s market penetration into the global defence market.

We thank all the contributors and participants of SADID 15 for their confidence in this directory as a credible platform for the promotion of their products and services into the global defence industry market. We are also putting additional effort into enhancing of the SADID website to ensure that, it is not only user friendly, but offers an optimised promotions platform for SADI which empowers our clients, partners and stakeholders to actively engage with SADI. With SA having resiliently navigatingboth the political and economic challenges it faces we are grateful for the continued support of the SA Government, especially the dti and the SA Department of Defence and Military Veterans, for various interventions aimed at ensuring the development and promotion of SADI. Recent highlights include the operationalisation of the National Defence Industry Council, completion of the SADI strategy, finalisation of the empowerment Charter and the establishment of the Defence Industry Fund all of which aim to deepeng indiginesation and address past racial imbalances while enabling further growth and development of SADI that will meet the demands of international defence industry market.

SADID 15 complements and suppliments the African Aerospace Defence 2018 Exhibition (AAD) scheduled to take place at the Waterkloor Airforce Base, in Pretoria, from 19th to 23rd September this year.

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2018 – 2019 Distribution DSA 2018 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia EUROSATORY 2018 Paris, France SOFEX 2018 Amman, Jordan AAD 2018 Centurion, South Africa INDO DEFENCE 2018 Jakarta, Indonesia EDEX 2018 Cairo, Egypt IDEX 2019 Abu Dhabi, UAE Shield Africa 2019 Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire IDEF 2019 Istanbul, Turkey LAAD 2019 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil DSEI 2019 London, United Kingdom

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3000 Copies of SADID 15 distributed across the globe


Also Distributed TO Domestic and international VIP’s and key stakeholders. International visitors to AAD 2018, AMD, Armscor, the DOD and the dti.

All foreign Military Attaché offices to SA. (An important link between foreign buyers and the SA industry). South African High Commissions, Embassies and Trade Offices, including DA’s to countries where SA has diplomatic representation.

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Biography

South Africa’s biography South Africa occupies the southern tip of Africa, its long coastline stretching more than 2 500km from the desert border with Namibia on the Atlantic coast, southwards around the tip of Africa, then north to the border with subtropical Mozambique on the Indian Ocean.

In the interior, nestled in the curve of the bean-shaped Free State, is the small mountainous country of Lesotho, completely surrounded by South African territory.

The low-lying coastal zone is narrow for much of that distance, soon giving way to a mountainous escarpment that separates it from the high inland plateau. In some places, notably the province of KwaZulu-Natal in the east, a greater distance separates the coast from the escarpment.

South Africa has three capitals: ∑ Cape Town, in the Western Cape, is the legislative capital and is where the country’s Parliament is found. ∑ Bloemfontein, in the Free State, is the judicial capital, and home to the Supreme Court of Appeal. ∑ Pretoria, in Gauteng, is the administrative capital, and the ultimate capital of the country. It is home to the Union Buildings and a large proportion of the public service.

Size & Provinces

South Africa is a medium-sized country, with a total land area of slightly more than 1.2-million square kilometres, making it roughly the same size as Niger, Angola, Mali and Colombia. It is one-eighth the size of the US, twice the size of France, and over three times the size of Germany. South Africa measures about 1 600km from north to south, and roughly the same from east to west. The country has nine provinces, which vary considerably in size. The smallest is tiny and crowded Gauteng, a highly urbanised region, and the largest the vast, arid and empty Northern Cape, which takes up almost a third of South Africa’s total land area.

Borders

On dry land, going from west to east, South Africa shares long borders with Namibia and Botswana, touches Zimbabwe, has a longitudinal strip of border with Mozambique to the east, and lastly curves in around Swaziland before rejoining Mozambique’s southern border.

Union Buildings located in Pretoria

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Cities

The largest and most important city is Johannesburg, the economic heartland of the country. Other important centres include Durban and Pietermaritzburg in KwaZuluNatal, and Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape.

Oceans and rivers

By far South Africa’s biggest neighbour is the ocean – or two oceans, which meet at the southwestern corner. Its territory includes Marion and Prince Edward Islands, nearly 2 000km from Cape Town in the Atlantic Ocean. The cold Benguela current sweeps up from the Antarctic along the Atlantic coast, laden with plankton and providing rich fishing grounds. The east coast has the north-tosouth Mozambique/Agulhas current to thank for its warm waters. These two currents have a major effect on the country’s climate, the ready evaporation of the eastern seas providing generous rainfall while the Benguela current retains its moisture to cause desert conditions in the west. Several small rivers run into the sea along the coastline,

South African parliament located in Cape Town


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The national flag was designed by a former South African State Herald, Mr Fred Brownell. The design and colours are a synopsis of principal elements of the country's flag history. Individual colours, or colour combinations represent different meanings for different people and therefore no universal symbolism should be attached to any of the colours. When the flag is displayed vertically against a wall, the red band should be to the left of the viewer with the hoist or the cord seam at the top. When it is displayed horizontally, the hoist should be to the left of the viewer and the red band at the top.

When the flag is displayed next to or behind the speaker at a meeting, it must be placed to the speaker's right. When it is placed elsewhere in the meeting place, it should be to the right of the audience.

Colour specifications Textile colours Green - CKS 42 c Spectrum green Black - CKS 401 c Blue black White - CKS 701 c National flag white Gold - CKS 724 c Gold yellow Red - CKS 750 c Chilli red Blue - CKS 762 c National flag blue

Approximate Pantone equivalents Green - 3415 c Gold 1235 c Red 179 c Blue reflex blue c

but none are navigable and none provide useful natural harbours. The coastline itself, being fairly smooth, provides only one good natural harbour, at Saldanha Bay north of Cape Town. A lack of fresh water prevented major development here. Nevertheless, busy harbours exist at Richards Bay and Durban in KwaZulu-Natal, East London and Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape, and Mossel Bay and Cape Town in the Western Cape. The newest commercial port, the Port of Ngqura, is off the coast from Port Elizabeth and has the deepest container terminal in sub-Saharan Africa. There are only two major rivers in South Africa: the Limpopo, a stretch of which is shared with Zimbabwe; and the Orange (with its tributary, the Vaal), which runs with a variable flow across the central landscape from east to west, emptying into the Atlantic Ocean at the Namibian border. In so dry a country, dams and irrigation are extremely important. The largest dam is the Gariep on the Orange River. Source: SAinfo reporter www.southafrica.info

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Aerospace Maritime and Defence Postnet Suite no 1147, Private Bag x10, Elarduspark 0047 Telephone: +27 (0) 12 752 5880/2 Telefax: +27 (0) 86 247 4585/4788 Email: info@amd.org.za Website: www.amd.org.za

For 25 years the South African Aerospace, Maritime and Defence Industry Association provided the industry with support to grow in a sustainable manner.

OUR BACKGROUND

Although the South African defence industry (SADI) is small compared to that of many other countries, it boasts a sophistication and scope that are quite remarkable. The SADI has been through different stages of development over the more than half a century of its existence. Spawned by the necessities of South Africa’s political isolation, the SADI has been nurtured under the country’s fledgeling democracy and is now taking its rightful place as a meaningful contributor to the South African economy, its technological and industrial base and the country’s socio-economic and foreign policy imperatives. Our members have capabilities that range across all system levels and include the engineering, design, prototyping,

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integration and testing of products in most defence fields. South Africa has excelled in developing innovative artillery systems and land vehicles, unmanned systems, aircraft, missiles and guided weapons, shipbuilding capabilities and naval craft, to C4IRS, combat suites, radar systems, avionics, aero-engines, sensors and nano-technology. In addition, our support capabilities, upgrades and life-extensions, logistics, quality and configuration management, war-gaming and simulation are second to none. These products and systems are now widely exported, generating foreign exchange and establishing global partnerships, and at the same time providing South Africa with strategic sovereign independence in defence capacity.

Today South Africa’s armed forces are equipped with state-of-the-art equipment, with a significant proportion conceived, developed and manufactured by South Africans in South Africa. Our home-grown defence systems form the backbone of the country’s peace support missions on the African continent and in operations to protect our nation’s sovereignty. Significantly, with many of our innovative solutions from these shores finding ready acceptance elsewhere in the world, this underscores the legacy on which the SADI is based. This is what makes South Africa and AMD proud. Some of the SADI’s capabilities are highlighted in the pages of this profile, compiled specifically to celebrate AMD’s 25th anniversary.


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SUPPORTING THE SOUTH AFRICAN DEFENCE INDUSTRY

OUR Mandate The South African Aerospace, Maritime and Defence Industries Association (AMD) represents the South African Defence industry (SADI) and assists it to be profitable, sustainable and responsible. As such, AMD champions the collective interests of the industry. Our members operate in the private and public sector space in South Africa and also include leading international companies with local offices to supply defence matĂŠriel, products and services. AMD assists the SADI companies in their key role within the acquisition supply chain to ensure cost-effective and sustainable solutions for the client base. Moreover, the SADI adheres to stringent

international standards. AMD also assists in ensuring that the SADI fully complies with statutory arms control requirements. Our member companies not only supply products and services to the South African Department of Defence (DoD), government organisations and other entities, but in some key instances also increasingly slot into the supply chain of major international OEMs.

AMD assists the SADI companies in their key role within the acquisition supply chain to ensure cost-effective and sustainable solutions for the client base.

By creating an enabling environment for the SADI’s long-term sustainability, AMD becomes the credible representative of the SADI in contributing to national security, industrial and technology objectives.

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OUR SUPPORT OF SADI An industry representative body like AMD is able to play a significant role in promoting the interests of the industry. Membership of AMD affords our members benefits that they would hardly gain on an individual basis. AMD currently represents more than 90% of the SADI.

RELATIONS WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE (DOD)

Whilst defence companies maintain good relations with the DoD as a matter of course, AMD promotes their joint interests through a close working relationship with the DoD. This translates into numerous support initiatives, including export support, hosting of international delegations, arranging delegate visits to members’ facilities and participation in bilateral committee meetings with foreign defence forces.

department to develop a strategy for the defence industry as a whole. AMD is instrumental in identifying international exhibitions for which the dti – through its EMIA scheme – sponsors SADI companies to participate as a national pavilion.

INTERNATIONAL MARKETING

We maintain close relations with military and commercial attachés at South African diplomatic missions throughout the world to assist our members in their marketing efforts.

Our smaller member companies benefit from AMD’s internal networking to create business development opportunities and our RELATIONS WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF TRADE hosting of conferences AND INDUSTRY (THE DTI) and seminars where South Africa’s Department of Trade and Industry recognises AMD as the they interact with industry association for the Aerospace government officials and Defence sectors, as well as a Joint Export Action Group. and industry players. Working closely with the dti, we as AMD have been at the forefront to get the

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OTHER BENEFITS

AMD further attends to the interests of our members with advice on arms control permit applications and countryspecific information. Towards this end, we regularly engage with the National Conventional Arms Control Committee (NCACC), a body headed by a Cabinet Minister and with the Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO). Our smaller member companies benefit from AMD’s internal networking to create business development opportunities and our hosting of conferences and seminars where they interact with government officials and industry players. Importantly, we brief the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Defence at least once a year, which gives parliamentarians an insight into issues involving the SADI. A key advantage for our members is AMD’s status as a co-host of the biennal Africa Aerospace and Defence (AAD) exhibition and hosting of international delegations, in conjunction with the DoD. AMD also ensures exposure of our members and their products through our promotional materials, notably the website and the SADID defence industry directory.


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OUR MEMBERS With our membership approaching 80 companies, AMD represents a significant percentage (90%) of the SADI. Whilst many of these companies work exclusively in the defence sector, many others are largely non-defence suppliers They are still considered part of the SADI by virtue of providing subsystems or services in the defence environment. A key differentiator of the SADI, many of whose members are small, medium and micro enterprises (SMMEs), is that it is subject to stringent governmental regulations for non-proliferation and conventional arms control. For South Africa the SADI represents a vital element of strategic independence. Not only does it slot into the value chain of the South African National Defence Force (SANDF), but also contributes to the national economy. Very few emerging (middle-income) countries still possess domestic defence industries. South Africa finds itself in league with the likes of Turkey and the BRICS nations, a grouping consisting of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.

Due to the increasing cost of developing and manufacturing defence equipment, even first-tier producers have expanded into transnational operations with teaming arrangements, alliances, joint ventures and even mergers and acquisitions. The SADI is privileged to be part of numerous major international collaborations, as second-tier companies, in the areas of aerospace, land systems and maritime projects. AMD assists our members to take advantage of this globalised paradigm, by exposing our SADI capabilities to the broader international market. This underlies the content of this Profile.

For South Africa the SADI represents a vital element of strategic independence. Not only does it slot into the value chain of the South African National Defence Force (SANDF), but also contributes to the national economy.

Whilst we hardly do justice to all our individual members, as space constraints limit our ability to feature the entire spectrum, readers are invited to the last section which contains a list of our members with contact details. Feel free to also visit our website: http://www.amd.org.za/

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SADI CAPABILITIES For an industry as small in size as the SADI, ours has shown itself to be nimble, agile and purposeful. Its products cover the total spectrum of the systems hierarchy, from base materials like ceramics for armour and protection, to product systems on Level 5. The SADI’s competitive advantage goes beyond price and quality: to niche solutions for specific market segments. This is due to an original focus on developing products suited to rugged and harsh environments, notably for South African forces operating on

the African continent, and for ease of maintenance in those conditions. As such, these purpose-built products, developed in accordance with NATO standards, would be suited to similar conditions anywhere. More importantly, these products have attracted attention from customers and partners worldwide.

AEROSPACE

When in October 2013 South Africa’s indigenously developed attack helicopter, the Rooivalk AH-2, fired its weapons “in anger” for the first time during peace enforcement operations in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), it attracted significant attention.

Our helicopter’s qualities and those of its crews were lauded by senior United Nations officers in charge of the UN peace mission. This endorsement is testimony not only to the professionalism of our peacekeeping forces, but also to the capabilities of the SADI in general. A host of South African defence companies, including small and medium enterprises, played their part in making this ‘Legend of South Africa’ fly – with sophisticated armaments, sensors, protection systems, and support wherever it is deployed. During the development phases of many SADI aerospace products, numerous research entities with advanced facilities, are involved. As many home-grown aeronautical systems, like indigenously developed helicopters, aircraft and the increasingly prevalent unmanned aerial vehicle

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systems (UAVs) matured, new innovative products soon saw the light of day.

AIR DEFENCE, MISSILES AND GUIDED WEAPONS

AMD members stepped to the plate to develop indigenous air defence capabilities on par with the best in the world. Large SADI companies, together with numerous smaller contractors, ensured not only an effective protective system for the country, but also export potential. South Africa’s missile capability has reached such a level of maturity that our AMD members actively participate in joint development programmes with other nations, including Brazil and the United Arab Emirates.

LANDWARD DEFENCE

Advanced as the SADI’s aeronautical products and services are, our AMD members operating in the landward defence environment have proven themselves equally adept at developing world-class solutions.

From small beginnings between the two World Wars, when South Africa produced light armoured vehicles, the SADI ultimately developed wheeled infantry fighting vehicles (IFVs), whose high mobility in mechanised warfare was internationally noted. Our members became pioneers in the development of landmine-resistant vehicles, whose technologies were adopted elsewhere in the world and led to joint manufacturing with overseas partners. Some of these innovative mine-protected vehicle (MPV) solutions have led to large and on-going contracts with the United Nations (UN) in peacekeeping operations and landmine clearance.

Complementing these large systems is a full range of large, medium and small calibre weapons, grenade launchers and ammunition for artillery, infantry weapons and naval systems, propellants, minefield breaching systems, rocket and missile subsystems and pyrotechnic products.

MARITIME

South Africa has a coastline of more than 3,900 kilometres and a maritime economic zone extending to islands in the South Atlantic. A substantial portion of the country’s imports and exports take place by sea.

Building on its competitive edge in MPV design, the SADI is renowned for combat turrets, such as the single turret for all five variants of the South African Army’s new Badger infantry combat vehicle (ICV).

Small wonder that AMD’s membership include numerous companies with innovative solutions in the area of maritime equipment. These members, based in Cape Town, Durban and elsewhere, are acknowledged as builders of high-quality vessels with highly capabile shipbuilding repair facilities.

Our world-leading artillery systems similarly brought our members export success and global acknowledgement. The concept of heavy wheeled artillery is now also employed by other manufacturers elsewhere in the world.

In the optronic and laser products environment, the SADI has a solid international reputation, including for the manufacture and support of submarine periscopes at hightechnology facilities in Pretoria.

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CONCLUSION We take great pride in the contribution of members whose often startlingly creative solutions have taken the world by surprise. Here one thinks of software, sensor and communications developers, support and logistics firms, engineering and countertrade

consultants, maintenance services, manufacturers of armour and protection products, even specialist designers of redeployable camp systems.

Our Members Telephone: + 27 (0) 12 752 5880 / 2 Facsimile: 086 247 4788 / 086 247 4585 E-mail: info@amd.org.za Website: www.amd.org.za Postal Address: PostNet Suite no 1147 Private Bag X10 Elarduspark, 0047 Republic of South Africa

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We invite you, our readers, to meet us personally; visit our displays and exhibition booths to get a real appreciation of the scope of our technology.

Aerosud Aviation Ameris Defence South Africa Aselsan SA Aurecon South Africa Bidvest Panalpina Logistics Bohlabela Wheels CCII Cernofon cc Clear Bec Group Compliance and Security Advisory Services Cybicom Atlas Defence Damen Shipyards DCD Protected Mobility CSIR Denel Desert Wolf Consulting

www.aerosud.co.za www.ameris.net www.aselsan-sa.co.za www.aurecongroup.com www.bpl.za.com www.ccii.co.za

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Our Members Emzansi Engineering Consultants Floida Engineering Services F&R Catai Transport Solutions FMM & TGT Construction and Maintenance GAC Laser Specialised Logistics GEW Technologies HENSOLDT Optronics Icarus Marine ILC Lerumo Imperial Armour Integrated Convoy Protection Intertechnic Contracting Katlego Global Logistics Kutleng Engineering Technologies Lorris Duncker Consultancy Megaray Milkor M-Tek MTU SA Natco SA International Transport Natcom Group Necotrans North Park Group Offsets and Consulting Services Optronics Africa cc Osprea Logistics SA OTT Solutions OTT Technologies Paramount Group Parachute Training Enterprises cc

www.emzansi.co.za www.floida.co.za www.frcataitransport.co.za

www.gaclaser.co.za www.gew.co.za www.hensodlt.net www.icarusmarine.com www.lerumo.co.za www.imperial-armour.com www.revaarmouredvehicles.com www.katlegoint.co.za www.kutleng.co.za www.megaray.com www.milkor.com www.mtek.co.za www.mtu-online.com www.natco.co.za www.natcom.co.za www.northparkconsulting.com www.offsettable.com www.optronics.co.za www.osprea.com www.ott.co.za www.ott.co.za www.paramountgroup.com www.parachutesystems.com

Parsec PGSI Group Protoclea Adv Image Engineering Redeployable Camp Systems SA Reutech Limited RGC Engineering Sales Rheinmetall Denel Munition Rippel Effect Systems Saab Grintek Defence Safran Group

www.parsec.co.za

SAP Africa Region Siemens Southern African Shipyards S-Plane Automation SVI TAU Aerospace Tellumat Defence Systems TFASA Thales SA Systems TuB Thorax LPE TMi Dynamatics Truvelo Manufacturers Twiga Services Vepac Vliegmasjien VR Laser Services WSP Group Africa ZD Utilities Zebra Armour

www.sap.com

www.pgsigroup.com www.protoclea.com www.rcssa.com www.reutech.co.za www.rgcengineering.co.za www.rheinmetall-defence.com www.rippeleffect.co.za www.saabgrintek.com www.safran-helicopterengines.com www.siemens.co.za www.sa-shipyards.co.za www.s-plane.com www.svi.co.za www.safomar.co.za www.tellumat.com www.tfasa.co.za www.thalesgroup.com www.tub.za.net www.thorax.co.za www.tmi-za.com www.truvelo.co.za www.twiga-africa.com www.vepac.co.za www.vliegmasjien.co.za www.vrlaser.co.za www.wsp.com www.zdutilities.co.za www.zebraarmour.com

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AIR FORCE BASE WATERKLOOF, CITY OF TSHWANE

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ABOUT AAD The exhibition and air show is managed through a partnership between the South African Department of Defence, its acquisition agency Armscor, the South African Aerospace, Maritime and Defence Industry Association (AMD) and the Commercial Aviation Association of South Africa (CAASA). Each entity has an opportunity to host the event on a rotation basis. CAASA is responsible for staging AAD2018.

The event is further supported by strategic partners, notably the Gauteng Growth and Development Agency (GGDA) and the City of Tshwane. AAD’s event partners are counterpart international exhibitions, i.e. DSEI (London), LAAD (Rio de Janeiro) and FIDAE (Santiago de Chile).

Institutional support is provided by several government departments, including State Security, Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and International Relations & Cooperation (DIRCO), as well as the South African Police Service and the Tshwane Metro Police.

AAD HISTORY 1975 : THE BIRTH OF AAD 1995: THE CELEBRATION OF THE SAAF ’75 EXPO 1998: CAASA AND AMD JOIN HANDS TO FORM AEROSPACE AFRICA 2000: THE FORMATION OF AFRICA AEROSPACE & DEFENCE RECORD NUMBERS BY 2004

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1 - of the top 6 2 exhibitions in 3 the world 4 5 6

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Premier Exhibition on African continent

Africa’s only exhibition that showcases both defence & aerospace technologies

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Hosted biennially at Waterkloof Air Force Base, City of Tshwane, South Africa’s administrative capital.

Days In a unique format

3 day trade expo of - air | sea | land - defence technologies & static aircraft display 2 day public air show & display

GROWTH STATISTICS AAD2008

AAD2010

AAD2012

AAD2014

AAD2016

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256

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532

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EXHIBITION SPACE EXHIBITION SPACE

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Indoor space

58%

Outdoor space

94%

Civilian aircraft

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78%

SA Companies

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AISI P.O. Box 395, Pretoria, 0001, Republic of South Africa Telephone: +27 (0)12 841 2913 Website: www.aisi.co.za

The Aerospace Industry Support Initiative (AISI) is an initiative of the Department of Trade and Industry (the dti), managed and hosted by the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). The AISI is a South African government initiative with a specific aim of improving the competitiveness of the local aeronautics-, space-, and defence sectors.

Enabling the South African Aerospace Industry to Participate and Compete Globally The AISI takes its strategic direction from government’s objectives with a specific emphasis on industrialisation of technology and technology based supplier development. the dti utilises the CSIR and its position in the National System of Innovation (NSI) to give industry access to national expertise and –infrastructure, to improve its capabilities and offerings.

Focused Programme Level Interventions

The AISI achieves impact in industry through focused programmelevel interventions. The programmes are designed to assist industry to improve and acquire new capabilities that in turn enable competitiveness in the industry. The AISI has supported over 100 companies both directly and indirectly as benefitting company. This has been achieved through the following programmes: ∑ Technology Based Supplier Development Technology based supplier development aims to ensure that the supplier base participating in the economy is broadened. It provides enabling mechanisms to assist industry to improve their competitiveness, productiveness and quality management systems. The AISI uses these mechanisms to enable integration between SMMEs and OEMs, in a way that the OEMs transfer high technology capabilities to SMMEs.

Localisation of PC Boards

Fixed Wing Flight Trainer ∑ Industry Development and Technology Support The aim of industry development and technology support is to improve the competitiveness of the local industry through the industrialisation of technologies. AISI has supported more than 20 projects under this programme, and the benefiting companies have achieved manufacturing capacity and skills that enable product differentiation for improved competitiveness. ∑ Sector Strategic Support Initiatives The Joint Aerospace Steering Committee (JASC) was established to provide strategic guidance and positioning to the local aerospace and defence industry. The focus of this programme is firstly the hosting of the JASC and its secretariat, and secondly, the hosting and implementation of JASC flagship projects. These projects are technology advancement projects with the specific aim of addressing technology gaps in strategic areas, as identified by the JASC and its subcommittees. The AISI is an example of directed government support to industry since 2006. It is a focussed intervention to give industry access to national infrastructure and expertise located at the CSIR and within the NSI. This initiative aims to broaden and transition participation in an industry with high barriers to entry, and in doing so enables industry to participate in an industry they would not have been able to without government support. Collaboration between the local aerospace industry and the AISI is a key element in improving competiveness and establishing a global footprint in the advanced manufacturing environment.

An initiative of the Department of Trade and Industry, managed and hosted by the CSIR

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PARK DEVELOPMENT ✈ High-tech advanced manufacturing cluster ✈ Space available for greenfield developments Close proximity to key manufacturers within the ✈ aerospace and defence sectors ✈ Benefits from economies of scale through clustering Strategic location close to major highways ✈ (N1 and R21 and OR Tambo International) 1 2 3 4 5 6

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The Centurion Aerospace Village (CAV) is the mandated implementation arm of the Department of Trade and Industry (the dti) in developing a sustainable Industrial Park to support South Africa as a Global Player in the Aerospace, Defence and Advanced Manufacturing Industries’ value chains thereby attracting foreign & domestic direct investment. CAV is an intended Hi-Tech Advanced Manufacturing Cluster aimed at attracting and retaining key industry leaders as tenants, users and service providers specialising in manufacturing, maintenance, repair, overhaul (MRO), innovation and R&D capabilities The aerospace and defence industries have always been important contributors to the national, Gauteng provincial and local Tshwane economies. CAV supports the industries through economies of scale and agglomeration, improved processes, increased productivity and cost competitiveness of local manufacturers. The CAV business model provides for the “hub and spoke” concept where larger manufacturers act as anchor tenants and smaller SMMEs or tiered manufacturers are co-located within the Industrial Park development. Interest has been received from various parties, amongst others from an OEM manufacturer, that have shown an interest to locate in the CAV. Locating in the CAV will provide significant benefit and support companies to lower logistical costs, improve supplier quality and offer a strategic location close to major highways and supply routes. CAV is intent on providing a unique value proposition that favours the geographic co-location of companies yielding “time and place”

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utility advantages. Facilities and cluster programmes and services would promote, develop and mentor SMMEs & B-BBEEs, create business opportunities in the area and benefit communities by supporting job creation and strengthening industries in general. BENEFITS TO INVESTORS / TENANTS OEMs, suppliers and service providers will benefit from effective and efficient application of a number of proven concepts described below ✈ The logistics concept will be applied, including development of a shared Logistics Centre; ✈ Shared services such as canteen, medical, conference facilities, security and landscaping will be provided from the Central Hub and other specified infrastructure; ✈ Coordinated Education, Training and Technology Development (ETTD) services will be facilitated based on needs and development imperatives; ✈ Infrastructure and facilities services development will be applied at the CAV; ✈ Access to a state-of-the-art ICT infrastructure will be provided; ✈ Business opportunities (including BEE and SMME concepts) are to be developed with business start-up incentives developed on a case by case basis; ✈ Cost of operations will be reduced by the access to shared services and ✈ “One-stop Shop” services related to all regulatory and government requirements.


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CSIR Meiring Naudé Road, Brummeria, Pretoria, Republic of South Africa Telephone: + 27 12 841 2911 Telefax: +27 12 349 1153 Email : dpss@csir.co.za Website: www.csir.co.za

CSIR

The CSIR works with organisations in a holistic systems enterprise mode to co-create and grow mature capabilities as defence evaluation and research institutes with impactful and strategic capabilities.

Science, engineering and technology – a uniquely independent national asset The CSIR has the distinction of being able to operate as virtually ‘in-house’ R&D and technology development capability to its defence and security clients. This is in line with the CSIR’s singular objective of investing multidisciplinary research in serving the national interest. The CSIR’s involvement goes beyond the traditional role of supporting product development and acquisition. It contributes from strategic planning and force design, doctrine development, through to operationalisation, systems architecture and training - to the delivery of capabilities either as technology or skills. Established in the wake of World War, the CSIR has a track record in innovation and impact that contributes to South Africa’s leader position in defence technology – beyond the level of similar economies in the world. Where the CSIR distinction lies ∑ Operating as independent agency performing world-class R&D and innovation, purely to achieve national benefit. Without commercial agenda or vendor lockin.

Integrated or layered capabilities for widearea surveillance, command & control and border safeguarding; maritime domain awareness; cybersecurity; system of systems approach to capability design and valuation; aeronautics engineering; landwards safety and capability development, plus testing, evaluation and measurement; complex radar, electronic warfare and optronics systems; technology for special operations. ∑ Providing proven, expertisebased R&D and testing and evaluation services ensures strategic technology investment and capability planning in areas of future importance, smart buying, use and management of technology, co-creating critical capacity. ∑ Access to a number of local and international established hightechnology facilities and equipment for concept development and experimentation. Aiding training and decision-making, and better technology transfer from CSIR to client. Includes wind tunnels, cyberdefence tracking tools, explosives test ranges, laser centre, environmental laboratories and

access-controlled workshops. ∑ Access to strategic defence, security, government and R&D partnerships, locally and internationally; ∑ Skills development programmes that are acknowledged as exemplary in the rapid development of required technology, R&D engineering and systems design capabilities. ∑ Secure sites to conduct sensitive operations in cybersecurity, electronic warfare, for special forces operations and interoperative national security programmes. ∑ Commercialisation of viable technologies to stimulate local industry and re-invest skills.

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DCD PROTECTED MOBILITY are the leaders in Design, Manufacture, Integration and Support of special purpose tactical wheeled vehicles, delivering innovative and sustainable solutions. DCD PROTECTED MOBILITY is a fully accredited, socially responsible, international systems house, providing sustainable products and solutions for the Defence and Transport Sectors. DCD Protected Mobility, in collaboration with its partners has evolved into world leaders in the Route Clearance Space, assuring mobility of forces and civilians on the modern battlefield and post conflict situations. Our products play a significant role in these missions by leading and protecting military and civilian convoys along routes where high levels of landmine and IED threats are visible.

The world renowned Husky Vehicle Mounted Mine Detection System (VMMD) has operated in extreme theatres of unconventional wars. It has earned the respect of many soldiers as the safest vehicle in the world and leader of Route Clearance Packages. Whether operating on Main Supply Routes (MSRs), city streets, or rocky trails, the Husky’s radar and sensor systems are the world’s best for countermine and non-conventional explosive detection. The Husky provides a blast-survivable and mission configurable vehicle platform that has been extensively deployed throughout Iraq and Afghanistan. These counter-IED sensor systems and platforms have been recognized as world leaders for their design, development, and integration. The Husky offers protection for its crew and vehicle components against anti-vehicle mine blasts and IED’s while detecting, marking and interrogating for hidden threats. The Husky has evolved from a single cab version to a two man operated cab and recently this vehicle has been developed into an autonomous vehicle that can operate without a driver in certain high threat zones. The Husky vehicle is provided in collaboration with Critical Solutions International, a trusted partner of DCD Protected Mobility.

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The SPRINGBUCK ARMOURED PERSONNEL CARRIER family of vehicles is mine-resistant, ambush-protected (MRAP) and wellreceived across the African continent. The designs are simplistic; great care has been taken to ensure ease of maintenance, supportability and affordable Life Cycle Costs. The vehicles have been built with crew comfort, protection and cost-effectiveness in mind with internationally available drive-line components for assured performance and parts availability. The Springbuck is available in Standard (SD), Heavy Duty (HD) and Extra Duty (XD) versions, with each model having increased performance, payload and protection. The Gross Vehicle Weight (GVM) ranges from 9 ton, 12 ton and up to 15 ton. With good all-round ballistic protection, the all-steel armoured V-shaped hull is designed to withstand severe and multiple landmine blasts directly under the hull or wheels; vehicles are certified in accordance with STANAG 4569 and AEP-55 standards. The permanent 4 x 4 vehicles feature powerful diesel turbocharged engines (144Kw-268Kw) with automatic transmissions, sufficient payload (1,500kg-3,500kg) and outstanding performance in terms of strategic, tactical and critical mobility. The Springbuck APC range is suitable for the “Route Clearance Convoy” missions and adaptable for Infantry, Command and

Control, Medical Casavac, Border Patrol, Police, Bomb Squad, Jammer Device (RCIED), Peacekeeping Missions and other applications. The products developed and produced by DCD Protected Mobility are of a high quality, are compliant with international standards, and are exposed to real conflict situations. Our products, together with our product support – which includes Field Service Representatives (FSR’s) on the ground – ensure a high degree of Operational Availability. DCD Protected Mobility is committed to provide a turn-key solution by getting involved in partnerships, joint development, transfer of technology and possible localization.

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DAMEN SHIPYARDS CAPE TOWN: YOUR MARITIME DEFENCE PARTNER OU R EXTENSIVE SCOPE G OE S WAY B E YON D THE DE LIVERY OF A HIG H QU A L I TY, L OCA L LY B U I LT SHI P. WE OFFER COMPREH EN S I V E L I F E CYCL E SU PPOR T, INCLUDI N G REPAI R, MA I N TE N A N CE , TR A I N I N G A N D SPARE PAR TS DELIVERY.

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www.defenceweb.co.za +27 (0) 11 807 3294

defenceWeb is Africa’s largest dedicated defence and security news service.

Established in 2008, it is the premier online African defence and security news publication, reaching an audience of over 45 000 individual readers every month. It offers defence professionals, specialists interested in defence matters in Africa, media and the general public a consolidated source for news, information, research and insight. For companies, it provides a visible platform from which to access Africa’s defence and security market. Our focus audience is the key opinion former and decision maker in the military, defence industry, Cabinet, officialdom, academia and the media.

OUR PRODUCTS

• Daily news at www.defenceWeb.co.za • A daily no-cost newsletter delivered to your e-mail inbox • An Android and iPad/iPhone application for handheld devices and tablets

OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUR BUSINESS • Broad Advertising: Place your brand front of mind to thousands of readers and key decision-makers every day • Virtual Press Office: Make the industry aware of product launches and significant news events on a far-reaching platform • Portal Sponsorship: Select your target audience by placing your advertising banners on our specific portals, isolating your current and intended markets • Events: Team up with defenceWeb as we engage with the industry at key events, functions and occasions Editorial: editor@defenceweb.co.za Sales: sales@defenceweb.co.za Events: events@defenceweb.co.za

Physical address: 326 Rivonia Boulevard, Rivonia, Johannesburg Telephone: +27 (0) 11 807 3294 Fax: +27 (0) 11 807 2020

defenceWeb, part of the ITWeb family, can be visited at www.defenceweb.co.za

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System Supplier Providing Solutions for Your Defence and Security Challenges Denel Vehicle Systems is a global leader in the design, development and manufacture of Improvised Explosive Device (IED) protected vehicles and wheeled armoured vehicles. This includes a highly capable defence systems business with particular expertise in turret systems and sub-systems. Products include Fire Directing Systems (FDS), Remotely Controlled Turrets, Weapon Stations, Fire Control Sub-systems (FCS), Shooting Training Systems and related products.

SDROW is a unique remotely operated weapon system that

SDROW - Strike is fitted with the Denel iNkunzi Strike

offers (Day/Night) effective firepower in a compact and light

20x42mm belt-fed automatic weapon. It fires between 350

configuration for use on a variety of Military vehicles, and even

and 400 rounds a minute with a suppressive range over

watch towers for base protection. SDROW is available for

800m. It can be mounted on the retractable Meerkat lift for

5.56, 7.62 and now 20x42 mm calibers.

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Designer and manufacturer of Umkhonto vertical launch Surface-to-Air Missile Denel Dynamics is an innovative leader in advanced systems technology. Its core business includes tactical missiles, precision guided weapons, unmanned aerial systems and space solutions. Denel Dynamics - advanced technological prowess and developer of robust products and systems.

Umkhonto missile - Vertically launched, high velocity, infrared homing missile designed for providing all-round defence against simultaneous air attacks from multiple combat aircraft and missiles

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The Umkhonto missile can be launched from a vessel or a Umkhonto Ground Based Launcher (GBL)

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Ingwe (Leopard) missile is a laser guided, jam-resistant, beam-rider missile with a tandem warhead that will penetrate up to 1 000 mm of Rolled Homogeneous Armour (RHA) after a single layer of reactive armour

Denel SOC Limited | Tel +27 12 671 2758 | Fax +27 12 671 2751 Email: marketing@denel.co.za | Web: www.denel.co.za


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Denel, Designer and Manufacturer of Artillery Gun Systems Denel Land Systems is a world leader in the development, manufacturing and support of long range artillery gun systems. Our systems provide the range, mobility, flexibility and reaction time that fulfil the expectations of the modern army, and support defence forces to shape the battle field with accurate fire power.

G7 105mm – The 105mm Towed

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T5-52 - A mounted gun system with long range and excellent mobility

Gun Howitzer is developed to satisfy

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automation, on the proven, highly mobile,

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The Deloitte Defence Industry Practice brings deep cross-sector experience to your most complicated challenges. Our Defence industry professionals have demonstrated insights extending to aerospace, commercial aircraft, business and general aviation, and defence.

Deloitte responds to the changing demands of the current geopolitical climate with agile solutions that contribute to a stronger and more cost-eective defence agenda, without sacriďŹ cing the overall mission of organisations.

For more information on Deloitte Defence Industry Practice, please contact Nkululeko Oliphant at noliphant@deloitte.co.za

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Floida Engineering Services is a South African engineering services company geared towards the provision of innovative solutions for the aerospace and defence industries. Cutting-edge radar and sensor technologies for use in electronic warfare and secure defence communications are developed by Floida for global markets, with the goal of offering competitive, innovation-driven solutions for the 21st century.

PRODUCT & SERVICE OFFERING Radar

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• System Engineering Services • Programme Management Services • System and Subsystem Integration Services • Maintenance Services • Project Management

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Business Development

• Radar Control & Display • Radar Software Signal Processor • Radar Digital Front End • Software Defined Radar Sub-systems

• Radar Cross-Section Facilities • Radar Analysis Tools • Radar Upgrades • Radar Consoles

• Business Growth Models • Market Growth Strategies • Market Orientation Strategies • Innovation Strategies

• Business Development Strategies • Market Development Strategies • Business Competitive Strategies • Market Integration Strategies • Business Transformation Tools

Contact us: Tel: +27 12 880 1866 | Email: info@floida.co.za | Website: www.floida.co.za Address: 11 Cambridge Park, 5 Bauhina Street, Highveld Technopark, Centurion, Gauteng, South Africa

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www.gaclaser.co.za Route 21 Corporate Park 60 Sovereign Drive Irene 0157 Pretoria, South Africa

Email: sandram@gaclaser.co.za Tel: +27 12 345 5109 / 4070 Fax: +27 86 219 7223 Mobile: +27 74 1120 563

It takes an expert to safely deliver all the high value, fragile and time-sensitive cargo needed for an exhibition or client agreement deadline. An expert like GAC Laser Specialised Logistics. We have the industry knowledge, experience and global reach to provide reliable logistics solutions from anywhere in the world right to your requested final destination point.

With more than 300 GAC offices in over 40 countries, we’re a comprehensive network that combines worldwide experience and resources with strong local contacts and expertise. We therefore have what it takes to arrange cost-effective services for your air, sea or road shipments both in imports and exports – even if they’re coming from or heading to challenging locations. We are a company that is passionate in ensuring compliance, honesty and transparency in everything we do. We pride ourselves with our Level 1 BBBEE accreditation. With hands-on executive managements leading a team of 25 experienced industry professionals, our areas of expertise include military, aerospace, hazardous & general cargo handling, aircraft/vessel charters, multi-modal transport, projects and rolling stock. Our good relationship with local authorities in shipping & logistics community, compliance to international & local security standards and international trade facilitation is of great benefit to our clients. Make GAC Laser Specialised Logistics your single point of contact to ensure your cargo is handled with care and arrives on time and on budget.

Comprehensive services:

Exhibition/ Projects experience includes:

• Collection and delivery • Specialised packing including custom built crates • Express customs clearance and formalities • Freight services with tracking capabilities • Unloading and delivery of cargo to your venue/ stand • Warehousing/empty crate storage: short / long term • Courier services • On-site 24/7 handling services • Continuous updates throughout the entire process • All risks insurance

• AAD 2018 / 2016 / 2014 / 2012 (Defence - SA) • IDEX 2017 / 2015 / 2013 (Defence - UAE) • IDEF 2015 (Defence - Turkey) • LAAD 2017 / 2015 / 2013 (Defence - Brazil) • DefExpo 2018 / 2016 (Defence – India) • DSA 2018 / 2016 / 2014 (Defence – Malaysia) • Rheinmetall Denel Defence Day 2015 (Defence – Cape Town) • World Future Energy Summit 2016 / 2014 (Energy – UAE) • Offshore Technology Conference 2015 (USA) • Air Cargo Africa 2017 (Aviation – SA) • Perumin 2015 / 2017 (Mining Equipment – Peru)

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Defence & Aerospace Forwarding Specialists Global Network, Local Expertise Clearing & Forwarding Track Record In Servicing Diverse Sectors 24/7 Customer Support Aircraft & Vessel Charters Exhibitions & Projects Logistics Compliance With Global Security Regulations Hazardous Cargo Handling THE OFFICIAL APPOINTED ON-SITE FREIGHT FORWARDER AND HANDLING AGENT FOR AAD 2018 AAD2018@GACLASER.CO.ZA

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GEW

Signal intelligence solutions 13 De Havilland Crescent, Persequor Technopark, Pretoria, South Africa Telephone: +27 12 421 6200 Fax: +27 12 421 6216 Email: marketing@gew.co.za Website: www.gew.co.za

50 YEARS OF INNOVATION GEW is celebrating half a century of excellence in providing clients with the capability and intelligence to detect and protect in contemporary defence and civil operating environments. Whether on land, at sea or in the air, GEW’s field-proven products detect, collect, evaluate and protect with

Electronic Warfare Solutions From sensor to effector, GEW’s EW systems integrate technologies designed for situational awareness (Electronic Support), counter measures (Electronic Attack) and force protection into a complete solution that delivers tactical superiority in the contemporary operating environment. GEW’s layered defence solutions provide defence forces with critical intelligence to accelerate mission planning and improve situational awareness in today’s confined and contested battlespaces.

compliant solutions that are tailored for telecommunications regulatory bodies. Our systems are in service internationally and locally and have been utilised by the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) for the last 15 years.

Integrated Security and Surveillance

spectrum monitoring and security.

As the frequency spectrum becomes increasingly crowded and noisy, GEW’s spectrum management and monitoring systems provide powerful and resourceful tools for regulation and protection. GEW provides ITU-

GEW’s integrated security and surveillance solutions harness the powerful combination between security technologies and advanced spectrum management capabilities to empower clients to protect assets, infrastructure, perimeters and borders. Radar, optical sensors and physical barriers are used in combination with signal-monitoring and direction-finding technology for maritime and coastal surveillance, vessel tracking, homeland security, wildlife protection, border security and physical infrastructure security.

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SOLUTIONS

SUPPORT

› Direction Finders

› Signal Intelligence

› Maintenance and Logistics

› Receivers

› Tactical EW Systems

› Online Support (GEWDirect)

› Signal Analysis

› Strategic EW Systems

› Signal Coverage Measurement

› Spectrum Monitoring

› Spectrum Management

› Spectrum Monitoring Training

› Communications EA

› Integrated Security

› Spectrum Occupancy

› RCIED Jammers

› Wildlife Security

agility and precision – empowering intelligence authorities to protect their civilians, defence forces and national infrastructure. With equipment operational in more than 26 countries and a 50-year track record, GEW has earned the trust and respect of the intelligence community worldwide. GEW offers a complete range of systems across the signal intelligence spectrum, encompassing electronic warfare and defence intelligence,

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Global Presence With operations across the world, GEW’s global footprint and partnerships offer the defence market the expertise of world-class establishments and an exceptional range of products and bespoke technologies. GEW’s global outlook, presence and capability drive superior levels of expertise, product innovation and integrated system quality, while offering extremely competitive pricing.

Life-cycle Partnership and Support Because GEW recognises the significance of continuous operations and optimal performance in challenging operating environments, we partner with our clients to ensure sustained intelligence and situational awareness.

GEW supports its range of systems throughout the world from inception and custom design, to implementation, delivery and beyond. Our integrated logistic support division assists clients with the logistics of integration, training, longterm maintenance, repairs and upgrades.

Flexibility and Versatility Our bespoke solutions are tailored to provide a blend of capabilities that harness waveform technologies across our three specialist areas. GEW’s complete turnkey solutions are modular, scalable and customisable from product-level, to compact systems, mobile systems, large-scale tactical systems and nationwide strategic systems customised for land, sea and air applications.

Leader in Innovation GEW boasts 50 years of market experience and is a leading international supplier of world-class products, systems and services. GEW is a privately-owned, South African system engineering company with more than 300 employees across two regional locations featuring worldclass facilities. GEW is a subsidiary of Hensoldt Sensors, a world-leading provider of premium sensor solutions for protection, surveillance and situational awareness. Owing to its outstanding products and customer partnership, GEW has been an ISO9001 listed company since 2001 and has received several awards for outstanding quality management, including the prestigious International Arch of Europe.

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GROUND BREAKING LAND SYSTEMS To meet the challenges faced by land forces, Paramount has developed a world-class family of powerful armoured and mine-protected vehicles. Clean sheet design and the most advanced technology ensures that each of our vehicles delivers exemplary performance in protection, mobility and firepower. www.paramountgroup.com

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For all your temporary or semi-permanent base camp needs, Canvas and Tent and Weatherhaven RCS have got you covered. Our solutions include products, systems, supporting services and turnkey solutions, all of which are used throughout all elements of security entities. From soft-walled to hard-walled structures, HERCon™ units to hip tents, mobile field hospitals and kitchens, aircraft hangars, field shields, ablution units with quarter tanks and more, your operational requirements are easily met. Not only are our world-class, technologically-advanced product offerings built to withstand harsh conditions across the globe, they’re also designed to be easily transported and installed. We do it all, so you don’t have to. If you require a dependable, resilient and cost-effective product or service, call us; we’re ready to assist you.

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Over 70 years’ experience in successfully developing and deploying customised military camp systems worldwide.

ABOUT US Synonymous with quality, Canvas and Tent is a global-leader in the manufacture of canvas and polyvinyl chloride-related products. We offer world-class expertise, excellent service, an in-depth knowledge of military products and solution-driven designs. Weatherhaven RCS is a specialist in comprehensive turnkey redeployable camp systems. From ground preparation to camp installation, electrical and power generation, waste management, logistics and more, we meet and exceed your requirements.

Contact Canvas and Tent on +27 (0)12 671 1101 or Weatherhaven RCS on +27 (0)12 671 1010 Visit www.canvasandtent.co.za or www.rcssa.com for more info Or view our Group E-Mag: www.canvasandtent.co.za/groupe-mag.aspx

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Land, Air & Sea Capabilities... Companies within Reutech deliver robust solutions dedicated to meet the rapidly changing requirements of its customers. These companies specialise in the defence, industrial, telecommunications, mining, renewable energy and commercial markets both locally and for dened export markets. The companies are at the forefront of technology and are leaders in the practical application of advanced proven technologies by applying leading-edge technology to product design, manufacturing and support. Products and services are often critical to customers' operations, while the group's proprietary technology and high service levels help to create competitive advantages.

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Reutech, companies within the Reunert Applied Electronics segment develop, manufacture and distribute high-tech electronics to a wide range of industries globally. It comprises the following brands:

CMYK RRS develops and manufactures radar systems for military use. Systems include land and naval search and tracking radars for the South African National Defence Force and international clients. RRS offers the complete spectrum of capabilities applicable over a typical radar system’s life cycle.

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Reutech Communications specialise in technologically-advanced secure military communication systems for airborne, naval and land based applications in the HF, VHF and UHF frequency bands.

Reutech Rogue International offers a complete suite of capabilities required to specify, design, develop and manufacture remote control turret systems in harsh environments.

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Reutech Solutions is a through life support, systems integrator and turnkey project management services provider for telephony/VoIP, static & mobile ICT infrastructure, tactical mobile ICT command and control systems, as well as communication-on-themove solutions provider.

Nanoteq’s core focus is to develop customised cryptographic technology for hardware in military radio systems and tactical communication products used for national security. Its products and services complement those of Reutech Communications.

Omnigo offers professional manufacturing partnerships with leading electronics companies. Its high-tech manufacturing enables a customer to transfer most internal manufacturing and test requirements and responsibilities, while improving cost, manufacturing performance and quality.

Fuchs Electronics are focused on the design, development and the manufacturing of electronic fuzes for tube-launched ordnance and associated setting devices.

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Terra Firma focuses on energy efficiency assessment, design and implementation of full turnkey solar PV solutions, electrical engineering design, carbon measurement and management. Solutions are aimed at helping clients to ensure that maximum yields are achieved through the best return on investment in appropriate energy solutions.

Ryonic Robotics is at the forefront of developing leading industrial robotics technology. Ryonic’s first major project was the Ryonic Modular Inspection System (RMIS) inspection crawler for the pipeline, oil and gas industries.

Reutech Mining offers a range of slope stability, underground, security and fleet management products and services for application in the mining and commercial industries.

Contact Reutech (Pty) Ltd 628 James Crescent, Halfway House 1685 South Africa Tel: +27 11Â 652 5555 Email: info@reutech.co.za www.reutech.co.za

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RIPPEL EFFECT P.O. Box 12434, Hatfield, Pretoria, 0028 Republic of South Africa www.rippeleffect.com T: +27 12 803 4346 xrgl40@rippeleffect.co.za Rippel Effect is a South African OEM in business since 1995. Our products are in service in 43 countries around the world. We are best known for pioneering the concept of an extended 40mm grenade launcher system – XRGL40® and for producing our own sighting systems for 40mm grenade launchers.

Our latest innovation, the RLL37/38™ Less Lethal MultiShot Launcher, was developed with the input from experienced SWAT officers and the world’s foremost manufacturers of less lethal ammunition. The RLL37/38™ is already in service internationally, in several countries, including the USA and Canada. It is also available in 40mm calibre. •

The XRGL40® is a lightweight, individually operated shoulder fired area weapon, specifically designed as an extended range grenade launcher system.

The RLL cycles on semi-automatic as fast as the trigger is pulled and requires no gas insert or pump action.

The various ammunition options allow the operational commander extreme flexibility in tactical offensive and defensive application in all theatres of operation.

Allows the operator to skip backwards and forwards with the cylinder to select rounds without opening the launcher.

Can fire all 40mm ammunition types without any mechanical changes to the launcher.

Is designed to be used by an operator wearing anti-riot gear.

Our sighting systems, specifically designed for 40mm grenade launchers (40mm MGL) increases first hit probability and accuracy.

Weighs only 3.8 Kg.

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Rheinmetall Laingsdale Munitions

P.O. Box 820, Maitland, 7404, Republic of South Africa. Telephone: +27 (0) 21 508 9400 Telefax: +27 (0) 21 508 9499 Email: info@rheinmetall-laingsdale.com Website: www.rheinmetall-laingsdale.com

Rheinmetall Laingsdale (Pty) Ltd is a leader in mechanical precision equipment for defence applications. Located in Cape Town, Rheinmetall Laingsdale is jointly owned by Rheinmetall Waffe Munition GmbH (51%) of Germany and Rheinmetall Denel Munition (Pty) Ltd of South Africa. The factory covers 7 800m², currently employing a workforce of more than 180. Capabilities ranging from design, development, prototyping, in-house

assembly and test capabilities and large volume series production of complex parts and assemblies established the company as one of the leading fuze manufacturers in the world. The mechanical fuze range includes products for 40mm grenades, 76mm naval ammunition, 76mm and 105mm armour ammunition, 105mm and 155mm artillery ammunition and 60, 81 and 120mm mortar bombs. All fuzes comply with MIL-STD or STANAG safeties. Special-to-type components to fine tolerances are also manufactured to customer requirements including some

in exotic materials. The in-house capabilities include: ∑ CNC Turning and Milling ∑ Precision Auto Turning ∑ Fine Gear Cutting ∑ Tooling design and manufacturing ∑ Presswork ∑ Metal finishing ∑ Final Assembly and Test The experience and expertise gained since 1976 enables the addressing of complex projects requiring the application of systems engineering disciplines to provide continuous support through the total life cycle. The company is ISO 9001 accredited.

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P.O. Box 187, Somerset West, 7129, Republic•of High South Africa Explosive Dual Purpose Telephone: +27 (0)21 850 2911 • Coloured Smokes (green, white, red and orange) Reinmetall Denel Munitions S12 Final v2:SADID 12 21/8/12 1:19 PM Page 1 155 mm Modular Charge Systems and Base Bleed Units Telefax: +27 (0)21 850 2011 • Target Marker Reinmetall Denel Munitions S12 Final v2:SADID 12 21/8/12 1:19 PM Page 1 • Combustible Case Modular Artillery Charges Email: marketing@rheinmetall-denelmunition.com • Red Phosphorous - M90 BMCS according to JBMoU guidelines • Practice Tracer Website: www.rheinmetall-defence.com MUNITIONS - M64 BMCS for high pressure weapon systems • Practice • Field Interchangeable Base Bleed Units MUNITIONS 40 x 46 mm Low Velocity Rounds • High Explosive MUNITIONS • High Explosive Dual Purpose Energetics Raw Materials Energetic•Raw Materials Static • Target Marker Energetics Raw Materials Environmental, and Dynamic testing • Red Phosphorous • Dynamic Environmental,testing Static and Dynamic testing • Environmental, Static and • Established ballistic •measuring technology Established ballistic measuring technology • Practice Tracer • Established ballistic measuring technology Energetics Raw Materials • Small and Medium caliber propellants • Small and Medium caliber propellants • Practice Environmental, Static and Dynamic testing • Small and Medium• caliber propellants - and Extruded Propellants and Spherical Powders: 5 to 40 mm • Coloured Smokes (green, white, red and orange) Extruded Propellants Spherical Powders: 5 to 40 mm • Established ballistic measuring technology » Extruded Propellants and Spherical Powders: Large Calibre Ammunition - Military Ammunition & Commercial 5 ammunition • Small and Medium caliber propellants Military Ammunition & Commercial ammunition - Nitrocellulose plant in Potchefstroom, in conjunction with to 40 mm The large caliber ammunition Extruded Propellants Powders: to 40manufacture mm - Ammunition Nitrocellulose - Boksburg, Nitro guanidine the forging- facility isand ableSpherical to design, develop5 and » Military & inCommercial ammunition - Military- Ammunition & Commercial ammunition PETN/RDX Nitro guanidine heavy caliber ordnance consumables – Artillery projectiles in 105 mm and » Nitrocellulose - Nitrocellulose RHEINMETALL • Propellant for Medium & Large Calibre Guns and Howitzers 155 mm (ERFB & JBMoU) caliber. PETN/RDX - Nitro » Nitro -guanidine • guanidine Rocket Motor Grains PO Box 187, Somerset W • Propellant for Medium & Large Calibre Guns and Howitzers • PETN/RDX - PETN/RDX Telephone: +27 (0)21 8 Types •include: Propellant for Medium & Large Calibre Guns and Howitzers e-mail: marketing@rhein • Propellant for Medium & Large Calibre Guns • Rocket Motor Grains • 155 HighMotor Explosives • mm Rocket Grains (HE) and Howitzers • 155 mm Insensitive HE (IHE) • Rocket Motor •Grains 155 mm Extended Range (V-LAP)

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RHEINMETALL DENEL MUNITION (PTY) LTD • Combustible Case Modular Artillery Charges 155 mm Charge Modular Charge Systems and Base Bleed Units 155 mm Modular and Base Bleed Units - Systems M90 BMCS according to JBMoU guidelines PO Box 187, Somerset West, 7129, Republic of South Africa • Combustible Case Modular Artillery Chargesweapon systems - M64 BMCS for high Charges pressure • Combustible Case Modular Artillery Telephone: +27 (0)21 850 3058, Telefax: +27 (0)21 850 2992 - M90according BMCS according to JBMoU guidelines • Field Interchangeable Base Bleede-mail: Units marketing@rheinmetall-denelmunition.com web: www.rheinmetall-defence.com » M90 BMCS to JBMoU guidelines •

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Large Calibre Ammunition The large caliber ammunition plant in Potchefstroom, in conjunction with the forging facility in Boksburg, is able to design, develop and manufacture heavy caliber ordnance consumables – Artillery projectiles in 105 mm and Large Calibre Ammunition 155 mm (ERFB & JBMoU) caliber.

RDM is able to design,Large develop and manufacture heavy Calibre Ammunition Types include: caliber ordnance consumables Artillery projectiles in in conjunction with The large caliber ammunition plant in Potchefstroom, • 155 mm High Explosives (HE) 105 mm and 155 mmthe (ERFB JBMoU) caliber. forging•& facility isHEable to design, develop and manufacture 155 inmmBoksburg, Insensitive (IHE) • ordnance 155 mm Extended Range–(V-LAP) heavy caliber consumables Artillery projectiles in 105 mm and • 155 Screening Smoke mm (ERFB & mm JBMoU) caliber. Types include: Large Calibre155 Ammunition • 155 mm Illuminating • 155 mm Explosives The High large caliber ammunition in Potchefstroom, •(HE) 155plant mm Infra Red Illuminating in conjunction with Types include: • 155 mm Insensitive HE (IHE) • 155 mm IHE Pre-Formed Fragmentation the forging facility is able to(HE) design, develop(PFF) and manufacture • in 155Boksburg, mm High Explosives • (V-LAP) 105 mm IHE PFF • 155 mm Extended Range • 155 mm Insensitive HE– (IHE) heavy caliber ordnance consumables Artillery projectiles in 105 mm and • 155 mm 155 mm Extended 155Screening mm (ERFB•&Smoke JBMoU) caliber.Range (V-LAP) • 155 mmScreening Screening Smoke • 155 mm Red Phosphorus Smoke RHEINMETALL DENEL MUNITION (PTY) LTD • 155 mm Illuminating • 155 mm Illuminating Types include: • 155 mm Infra Red Illuminating PO Box 187, Somerset West, 7129, Republic of South Africa • 155 mm Infra Red Illuminating Telephone: +27 (0)21 850 3058, Telefax: +27 (0)21 850 2992 • 155 mm High Explosives • 155 mm IHE (HE) Pre-Formed Fragmentation (PFF) • 155 mm IHE Pre-Formed Fragmentation (PFF) e-mail: marketing@rheinmetall-denelmunition.com web: www.rheinmetall-defence.com • 105 mm IHE PFF • 155 mm Insensitive HE (IHE) • 105 mm IHE PFF

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Minefield Breaching Systems Man-portable and Vehicle-mounted Minefield Breaching Systems. The range of Plofadder minefield breaching systems enables rapidly moving forces to clear a safe passage through anti-personnel or anti-tank minefields in seconds.

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Mortar Bombs Reinmetall Denel Munitions The mortar bombs, development and manufactured by Rheinmetall Denel S12 Final v2:SADID 12 21/8/12 1:19 PM Page 2 Munition, includes the standard and long range versions for 60 mm, Rocket and Missiles Sub-System 81 mm and 120 mm calibers. These bombs are highly effective with RDM designs, develops and qualifies rocket motors, war heads and safe regard to: Range, Accuracy, Interchange-ability and Munitions Portability. Reinmetall Denel S12 Final v2:SADID 12 21/8/12 1:19 PM Page 2 and arm devices to specifications from missile design houses. Reinmetall Denel Munitions S12 Final v2:SADID 12

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40 x 51 mm Medium Velocity Rounds • High Explosive P.O. Box 187, Somerset West, 7129, Republic•of High South Africa Explosive Dual Purpose Telephone: +27 (0)21 850 2911 • Coloured Smokes (green, white, red and orange) Telefax: +27 (0)21 850 2011 • Target Marker • Red Phosphorous Email: marketing@rheinmetall-denelmunition.com 76/62 mm Naval Ammunition • Practice Tracer The range of Naval ammunition consists of the 76/62 mm caliberWebsite: rounds www.rheinmetall-defence.com • Practice MUNITIONS MUNITIONS Reinmetall Denel Munitions S12 Final v2:SADID 12 21/8/12 1:20 PM Page 3 Reinmetall Denel Munitions S12 Final v2:SADID 12 21/8/12 1:20 PM

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for configuration for use against sea-skimming missiles, aircraft, ships as well as for coastal bombardment.

40 x 46 mm Low Velocity Rounds • High Explosive • High Explosive Dual Purpose • Target Marker • Red Phosphorous • Practice Tracer • Practice • Coloured Smokes (green, white, red and orange)

76/62 mm Naval76/62 Ammunition mm Naval Ammunition Types include: 76/62 mm TheNaval range ofAmmunition Naval ammunition the 76/62consists mm caliber The range consists of Naval ofammunition of the rounds 76/62 mm caliber rounds •TheHigh Explosives rangeforofconfiguration Naval ammunition consists of the aircraft, ships as for useforagainst sea-skimming missiles, configuration for use against sea-skimming missiles, aircraft, ships as •76/62 Highmm Explosives Pre-Fragmented rounds against seawellcaliber as for coastal bombardment. wellfor as foruse coastal bombardment. •skimming Flash no missiles, Frag aircraft, surface targets as •wellTarget Practice as for coastal Types include: Types include: bombardment. • HighTracer Explosives • High Explosives include: •Types Target Practice • High Explosives Pre-Fragmented • High Explosives Pre-Fragmented High Explosives •• Reference • Flash no Frag • Flash no Frag • High Explosives Pre-Fragmented • Clearing Charge • Target Practice • Target Practice Flash no Frag •• Ramming • Target Practice Tracer • Target Practice Tracer Target Practice •• Drill • Reference • Reference • • • • •

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Armour Ammunition Armour rounds in the 76 mm and 105 mm calibers are available and are Armour Ammunition Armour Ammunition Armour Ammunition Armour the 76 mmweapon and 105 Armour rounds in systems. the mm 76 mm and 105 mm calibers are available and are suitable forrounds use with in various existing Armour rounds in the 76 mm and 105with mmvarious calibers are available are suitable for use existing weapon and systems. calibers are available and are suitable for use suitable for use with various existing weapon systems. with various existing weapon systems.

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Mortar Mortar Bombs The mortar bombs, development and manufactured by Rheinmetall Denel Mortar Bombs Bombs Munition, includes themm standard long range versions for 60 mm, The and manufactured by Rheinmetall Denel Theofmortar bombs,81 development and120 manufactured byandRheinmetall Denel Themortar rangebombs, 60development mm, mm and 81 mm and 120 mm calibers. These bombs are Munition, includes the standard and long range versions for 60 mm, Munition, includes the standard and long range versions for 60 mm, highly effective with mortar bombs developed and manufactured regard to: Range, Accuracy, Interchange-ability 81 mm and 120 mm calibers. These bombs are highly effective 81 and 120 mm calibers. These bombs are highly effective withwithand Portability. by mm Rheinmetall Denel Munition include regard to: Range, Accuracy, Interchange-ability and Portability. regard to: Range, Accuracy, Interchange-ability andSmoke Portability. standard and long range versions. The HE, Practice and variants are ballisticly matched and make use The bombs are highly effective with of the same mortar. Illumination bombsand are make available The HE, Practice and Smoke variants are ballisticly matched usefor all calibers.

regard toofrange and accuracy. The HE, Practice Smoke variants are bombs ballisticly matchedforand make use theand same mortar. Illumination are available all calibers. of the same mortar. Illumination bombs are available for all calibers. High Explosive, Insensitive Munition HE, Practice and Smoke bombs are supplied ballistically matched for each mortar system. Illuminating and Infra-red Illuminating bombs are also available for all calibers.

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performance combat aircraft and is effective against personnel, thin-skinned Armour Ammunition Armour rounds in the 76 mm and 105 mm calibers are available and are vehicles and lightly armoured (up to 8mm) personnel carriers (APC). suitable for use with various existing weapon systems.

South African Defence Industry Directory 2018-2019 Minefield Breaching Systems Man-portable and Vehicle-mounted Minefield Breaching Systems. The range of Plofadder minefield breaching systems enables rapidly moving forces to clear a safe passage through anti-personnel or anti-tank minefields in seconds.

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Rheinmetall Denel Munition offers turnkey plant solutions for all ordnance MK80 Series of Aircraft Bombs ammunition production and related process technologies. 0 Series ofRDM Fragmentation Aircraft Bombs bombs are designed for use with most RHEINMETALL DENEL MUNITION (PTY) LTD re-fragmentation shrapnel bomb is thePO cost-effective choice ofRepublic today’s types of high perfomance combat aircraft. designs incorporate Box 187, Somerset West, 7129,Plant of South Africa the latest state of the art technology related to

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Acquisition (SCADA) are integrated into modern user friendly e-mail: marketing@rheinmetall-denelmunition.com web:Systems www.rheinmetall-defence.com Pre-fragmentation shrapnel bombs are available computerized process control systems. in MK81 (120kg), MK82 (240kg), MK83 (440kg) omb producesand pre-formed fragments with up to 8 times higher129density MK84 (880kg) versions, providing fragment posed to steeldensities bombs. Itupis to designed forgreater use with than most steel types of high8 times MK80 Series of Fragmentation Aircraft Bombs mance combat aircrafthighly and is effective effective against personnel, thin-skinned bombs, against personnel, thin DENEL MUNITION shrapnel (PTY) LTD Reinmetall Denel choice Munitions Final v2:SADID 12 21/8/12 1:20 PM Page The pre-fragmentation bomb is the cost-effective today’s skinned and lightly armoured (up to 8mm) es and lightly armoured (up to 8mm) personnel carriers (APC). of S12 West, 7129, Republic of South Africa vehicles. modern is available 850 3058,arsenal. Telefax: +27It (0)21 850 2992in 120, 250, 440 or 880 kg calibers.

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Telephone: +27 (0)21 850 3058, Telefax: +27 (0)21 850 2992 to clear a safe passage through anti-personnel or anti-tank fuzes for maximum effectiveness.The bomb produces pre-formed fragments with up to 8 times higher e-mail: marketing@rheinmetall-denelmunition.com web: www.rheinmetall-defence.com density ields in seconds. as opposed to steel bombs. It is designed for use with most types of highperformance combat aircraft and is effective against personnel, thin-skinned

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Minefield Breaching Systems vehicles and lightly armoured (up to 8mm) personnel carriers (APC). Minefield Breaching Systems Man-portable and Vehicle-mounted Minefield Man-portable Breaching and Vehicle-mounted Breaching Systems. The Systems.Minefield The range of Plofadder Minefield Breaching Systems minefield breaching systems rapidly ange of Plofadder minefield breaching systemsenables enables rapidly moving et and Missiles Sub-System Man-portable and Vehicle-mounted Minefield Breaching Systems. The forces to clearanti-personnel a safe passage through antiPlofadder orces to develops clearmoving a safe orof anti-tank designs, andpassage qualifiesthrough rocket motors, war range heads andminefield safe breaching systems enables rapidly moving to clear a safe passage through anti-personnel or anti-tank personnel or anti-tank minefieldsforces in seconds.

minefields minefields in seconds. rm devicesintoseconds. specifications from missile design houses.

Rocket and Missiles Sub-System

Rocket and Missile Sub-Systems RDM designs, develops and qualifies rocket motors, war heads and safe and armrocket devices to specifications from missile design houses. designs, develops and qualifies Rocket andRDM Missiles Sub-System motors, war heads and safe and arm devices to RDM designs,specifications develops and qualifies rocket motors, heads and safe from missile design war houses.

and arm devices to specifications from missile design houses. Ordnance Plant and Equipment

Ordnance Plant and Equipment ance PlantRheinmetall and Equipment Denel Munition offersRheinmetall turnkey Denel Munition offers turnkey plant solutions for all ordnance ammunition and related process technologies. metall Denel plant Munition offers turnkey solutions for allproduction ordnance solutions for allplant ordnance ammunition production and process relatedtechnologies. process technologies unition production and related Plant designs incorporate the latest state of the art technology related to

including demilitarisation.

process automation, safety and quality. Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Systems are integrated into modern user friendly computerized process control systems.

designs incorporate the latest state of the art technology related to Plant designs incorporate the latest state of the ss automation,artsafety and quality. Supervisory Control and Data technology related to process automation, Ordnance Plant and are Equipment sition (SCADA) Systems integrated into modernControl user friendly safety and quality. Supervisory and Data Rheinmetall Denel Munition offers turnkey plant solutions for all into ordnance Acquisition (SCADA) Systems are integrated uterized process control systems. ammunition production and related process technologies. modern user friendly computerized process control systems.

Plant designs incorporate the latest state of the art technology related to process automation, safety and quality. Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Systems are integrated into modern user friendly

Established supplier of turnkey ammunition manufacturing plants Established supplier of turnkey ammunition manufacturing plants

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NO POWER NO MISSION The modern defence industry’s dependency on electrical power is more now than ever before.

Our ranges of 200Amp - 600Amp 28Vlt alternators are ITAR FREE and EMI compliant.

Shelhurst Components (Pty) Ltd recognised this dramatic increase in demand for electrical power on Military vehicles in 2003 and started developing EMI compliant Prestolite Power Packs designed to customer requirements. Shelhurst are the master agents in Southern Africa for the world renowned Prestolite Electric brand of heavy duty Alternators and Starter motors.

Shelhurst recently developed with Prestolite Electric a 600 Amp 28Vlt Brushless EMI Compliant ITAR FREE alternator. This alternator utilises the latest hairpin technology and electronics to provide high output and cool windings for maximum life. The AB210R delivers exceptional output per pound (4.8A per lb) and is 35% shorter and 29% lighter than its nearest competitor. It offers CANBUS Capability and is compliant to MIL Std

461F. Shelhurst will soon launch a compact 260Amp/28Vlt brushless alternator that is also EMI compliant and ITAR free .This alternator uses the same state of the art technologies as used on its 600amp big brother. Shelhurst and our technical engineering and design partners Elinem Engineering can design fabricate and supply prototypes for test and manufacture of complete Prestolite Power Pack solutions for your vehicle. Shelhurst also offer a wide range of High power starters for your military applications.

1466 Vlootboot Street, Lazer Park, Honeydew, Johannesburg, South Africa Telephone: +27 11 795 2130, Telefax: +27 86 660 1666 Email: sales@shelhurst.co.za, Website: www.shelhurst.co.za

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174 Bashewa, Off Garsfontain drive Bashewa Pretoria South Africa 0056 Tel: +27 (0)12 999 3082 Email: info@svi.co.za www.svi.co.za

Nowhere is SVI’s continuous innovation and product development more evident than in our latest version of the MAX Armoured Personnel Carrier (APC) SVI’s MAX incorporates a host of new features to provide additional protection, comfort and convenience to clients looking at tthe APC market whilst still being in the lower price range in the African market. The MAX has specially designed features starting from the hull which can withstand blast levels normally associated with much larger far more expensive vehicles and also .

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unique features including a curved windscreen MAX is designed to be adaptable to many different roles depending on customer requirements, from purely a transporter of personnel, to a weapons platform, to law enforcement, peacekeeping or even configured into a battlefield ambulance. The vehicle has five doors, with the rear main door automatically operated from the driver’s seat to facilitate speedy entry,fast recovery of wounded soldiers, and speedy exit from hostile situations.


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Trusted provider of products and solutions to system integrators and end users across international aerospace and defence markets. We specialise in: • Combat identification systems - Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) • Tactical communications – data and video radio links • Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) • Infrastructure and Security Monitoring (ISM) • Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA) and intelligence • Logistic support and maintenance

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ASTUS UAS

Air Traffic Management

Reliable air traffic management is dependent on human skill and cutting edge technology expertise. Since the installation of our first radar system in 1969, we have worked hard to establish a solid reputation for development and implementation of cost-effective solutions. We specialise in: • Airfield ground lighting • Ground-based air navigation • Airport systems • Communication and recording systems • Customised radar processing and display software solutions including:• Visualisation • Primary plot extraction • IFF plot extraction • Interfacing and integration Our services in all fields include maintenance and support as well as supply and installation of new systems.

IFF SOLUTIONS

Tellumat (Pty) Limited 64-74 White Rd Retreat Cape Town South Africa a PO Box 30451 Tokai 7966 South Africa Web: www.tellumat.com

Email: enquiry@tellumat.com Tel: +27 (0)21 710 2911

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Thales South Africa Systems PO Box 420, Halfway House, 1685, Republic of South Africa Telephone: +27 (0)11 313 9000 Telefax: +27 (0)11 313 9379 Website: www.thalesgroup.com

Developing and integrating Electronic System solutions Thales South Africa Systems (TSAS), previously known as ADS, boasts an international reputation for cost effective turnkey systems in its core business of command and control and associated training solution in the defence of land, sea and air. For more than 35 years, it has enjoyed sustained growth from its intimate involvement in the design, development, integration and support of sophisticated, high-technology electronics for defence applications.

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As a member of the Thales Group International, one of the world’s leading professional electronic solution suppliers, TSAS is well positioned technologically and financially to successfully execute high technology projects in its field of activity. TSAS has an equity ownership position of 51% black shareholding, a level 2 BBBEE status and supports the transformation policies of the South African government. The company has an established quality management system and is accredited in

terms of the International Standard ISO 9001 for its design, software development, manufacture, systems engineering, integration, installation and maintenance of electronic systems. The proud reputation TSAS holds among clients in both international and local markets is founded on: ∑ the excellence of its operations; ∑ its integrity in its partnerships with its clients; ∑ and the professional service it provides


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Thales South Africa Systems Command and Control

PO Box 420, Halfway House, 1685, Republic of South Africa Telephone: +27 (0)11 313 9000 Telefax: +27 (0)11 313 9379 Website: www.thalesgroup.com

For over 35 years, Thales South Africa Systems (TSAS) has developed a reputation for tailoring solutions to demanding requirements, offering excellent performance and value for money. Since the 1970’s, TSAS has been the leading Combat / Command and Control System supplier to the South African Navy. Our pedigree includes, inter alia, the design, development and production of Weapon Control and Action Information Systems for the SA Navy’s Fast Attack Craft, and the design, development and production of two generations of Submarine Combat System – including Action Information, Navigation, and Sonar Systems. In these programmes TSAS assumed the role of Lead System Integrator. This record led to TSAS being appointed as Prime Contractor and Lead System Integrator for the Combat Suite fitted to the SA Navy’s VALOUR Class Frigates; in addition, TSAS is the supplier [in collaboration with THALES Naval France] of the Frigate’s Combat Management System. TSAS is a supplier of ruggedized, COTSbased, Naval Operator Consoles and Electronics Cabinets to the THALES Naval Division. TSAS hardware has been used in the HORIZON, HERCULES and FREMM programmes in Europe as well as in other export programmes.

The CSCS and CFCS can be fitted independently as stand-alone systems, or linked together to provide a complete CMS solution for smaller vessels. A modular design approach allows easy customisation to suit user-specific requirements. Open-source COTS technology base, user-friendly HMI and flexible open architectures, all support the integration of both new and older generation weapons, sensors and data-link equipment. TSAS’ in-house logistic engineering capabilities conduct design influence studies and

logistic support analyses, facilitating affordable logistic support packages [including technical manuals, training materials, etc]. The initial logistics package is supplemented by a range of specialist Contractor Logistic Support services, offered in partnership with User support organizations, ensuring costeffective mission availability. At TSAS, we understand the requirements and constraints of smaller navies, and have experience in dealing with the challenges of combat system modernization programmes. Our years of experience in Programme Management, System Engineering and Combat System Integration, have built an impressive base of world-class technical and managerial resources, who are supported by modern management, methods and engineering tools. These resources, when combined with the modern COTS technology base of our command & control systems, enables us to deliver turnkey new- and modernized combat system solutions with low risk, favourable timescales, and unmatched prices.

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Thales South Africa Systems Surveillance and Intelligence PO Box 420, Halfway House, 1685, Republic of South Africa Telephone: +27 (0)11 313 9000 Telefax: +27 (0)11 313 9379 Website: www.thalesgroup.com

ENSURING INFORMATION BECOMES INTELLIGENCE TACIS Concept TACIS supports organizations to conduct the Intelligence Cycle and provides decision makers with in time intelligence during any military, borderline and homeland security applications. TACIS assists decision makers to: √ plan and manage the gathering of intelligence √ conduct effective surveillance √ analyse and process information √ generate intelligence products for decision makers Advantages TACIS offers the user substantial advantages and benefits such as: ∑ Borderline safeguarding ∑ Strategic sites protection ∑ Law enforcement ∑ Counter-terrorism ∑ Support military applications ∑ Support Non-military applications

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System Capabilities TACIS software offers the user: ∑ Tactical Editor ∑ Surveillance and Collection ∑ Intelligence Planning ∑ Sensors Deployment Planning ∑ Tasking & Orders ∑ Monitor Sensor Performance ∑ Device Management ∑ Intelligence Processing ∑ Data Fusion ∑ Biometric data analysis ∑ Image Enhancements ∑ Image Localization ∑ Report, Summaries & Products ∑ Multimedia Viewer & Editor ∑ Store and Manage data

Communication A comprehensive range of communication solutions for the digital battlefield which covers the complete spectrum: ∑ HF Radios ∑ VHF Radios ∑ UHF Radios ∑ Multiband Software Defined Radios ∑ Secure Wireless Broadband Solutions Integrated Logistic and Training Support ∑ Training System & Simulators ∑ Training packages ∑ Documentation ∑ Spares & Test Equipment ∑ Special tools & Special Equipment ∑ Life Cycle Support


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Thales South Africa Systems Command and Control

PO Box 420, Halfway House, 1685, Republic of South Africa Telephone: +27 (0)11 313 9000 Telefax: +27 (0)11 313 9379 Website: www.thalesgroup.com

AMRFCS (Scorpion) Thales South Africa Systems has made major advances with new technology related to the mortar and rocket combination systems. Scorpion, or the Automated Mortar and Rocket Fire Control System (AMRFCS) is a multipurpose motorised mortar and rocket application capable of observation and fire delivery by either its mortar or rocket systems. Either system can be mounted on a single vehicle with a reaction time of less than 60 seconds. Change over time is less than 60 minutes. The AMRFCS consists of: ∑ A Fire Control System (FCS) comprising of a Tablet PC, Human Machine Interface, Ballistic Calculations, Communications and Power Interface. ∑ The FCS is equipped with target engagement software that is customised to client requirements. This provides enhanced flexibility to execute engagements via either direct fire or

indirect fire (from the mortar or rocket platform). Indirect fire orders are via the reception of target data from the system’s data radio. ∑ A Data Communication Unit (DCU) that interfaces the AMRFCS to the data radio. ∑ A Commander’s Sighting System (CSS) with an angle measurement pedestal to perform target acquisition and fire direction. ∑ An observation payload that includes a thermal imager with laser rangefinder, camera, digital magnetic compass (dismountable) and GPS. ∑ Inertial Navigation Unit with strapdown gyroscopes as well as a distance travelled unit. ∑ Integrated GPS giving position and time source. ∑ Motorised Motor or Rocket Platform providing automated tube laying and corrections. ∑ 60 mm (standard and long range versions), 81 mm and 82 mm mortar tubes, 107 mm multiple rockets with associated ballistic calculations.

∑ Battery pack with split charger which uses the vehicle’s alternator to charge the AMRFCS battery pack. ∑ Client Furnished Equipment ((CFE)) vehicle with adaptations such as platform mountings, ammunition, water, fuel, and more. ∑ Data Radio ((CFE)) to provide target and situational awareness data. Scorpion has numerous battlefield benefits. It is easy to operate and has an all time ready day and night capability. It has direct and indirect fire capabilities with high accuracy (pointing and positioning), improved responsiveness and rapid target switching (shoot, shift, shoot). Scorpion has an improved firstround hit probability through its integrated laying and navigation system. Operating autonomously or connected to the AS4000 system Scorpion provides the ability to accurately execute a variety of mission profiles via its flexible and versatile configuration options.

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TUB IS 100% BLACK WOMAN OWNED Black Industrialist

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Who We Are Thata uBeke Manufacturing (Pty) Ltd trading as TUB is a leading South African Manufacturer which is ISO 9001:2015 accredited. TUB offers turn key solutions by designing, developing, manufacturing, assembling electronic and electro-mechanical components through 3 divisions: • Electro-Mechanical Division (EMD) • Electronics Division (ED) • Research and Development (R & D)

Our world class Engineering & Manufacturing facility with state of the art machining, design and development capabilities has produced products and solutions that have been deployed extensively across several countries internationally. We focus on supplying precision components for a wide variety of applications including Aerospace, Telecommunications, Minning, Commercial and Military specifications

Electro-Mechanical Division Turnkey Solutions for Rail, Marine, Aviation, Commercial and Military •

Panel Wiring

Harness Design and Manufacture.

CANBUS control systems.

Driver Interface Panel Assembly

Communication Cables

Power Cables

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Electronics Division Automated Electronic Equipment Turnkey Solutions for Rail, Aviation, Mining, Commercial and Military. • Full Turnkey Electronic Solutions • Pick and Place Surface Mounted Devices • Through Hole Assembly (PBA) • Solutions on Special Processes

There are mainly two ways that Tub develops its product for a client. The first one the client comes with a product ready for manufacturing, meaning, the client brings a complete data pack which has a proof of concept and a prototype ready to manufacture. Here the Intellectual Property (IP) belongs to the client. The second one is the client comes with a problem and Tub proposes a solution. Tub together with the client develops a User Requirement Specification which the client signs in a form of a Certificate of Compliance. The product development cycle begins with Project Team formulation - Brainstorming – design & development – Prototyping – Quality Assurance & Testing – Engineering Change Proposals – Quality Assurance & Testing – Industrialisation (Preproduction Model 1&2) – Golden Sample - Handover for Manufacturing – Quality Control - IP handover. With this one, the client has an option to buy the IP from Tub.

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Research and Development 

Industrialisation of Design Prototypes

Product and Solution Enhancement

Design and Manufacture of Testing Equipment

Our Solutions Include: •

Auxiliary Power Distribution Module

Mining Safety

CAN based vehicle solutions

6 in 1 Biometric Integrated Management Systems (BIMS)

Business Awards 

2016/2017 Inaugural Black Industrialist Award

2016/2017 Gauteng Premier Service Excellence Award

2018/2019 Black Industrialist Award

2018/2019 Manufacturers Award

2018/2019 SADC Company of the Year Quality Award

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TWIGA SERVICES AND LOGISTICS

Client and country customized acquisi�on programmes for defence, security and humanitarian sectors. Manufacture and assembly supported with transfer of technology, skills and exper�se. Joint venture development for armoured vehicle manufacture and rugged river boat produc�on. Four decades of ins�tu�onal knowledge and experience in the South African defence industry and defence engineering.

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Logis�c and supply management programmes. Virtually indestruc�ble boat for riverine and li�oral opera�ons. Nyoka 4x4 Armoured Personnel Carrier and Weapon Pla�orm variants. Robust Corocam, military night vision and thermal imaging devices. Military vehicle remanufacture programmes. www.twiga-africa.com 85


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P.O. Box 395, Pretoria, 0001, Republic of South Africa Telephone: +27 (0) 12 841 2913 Email: info@aisi.co.za Website: www.aisi.co.za 30

Armscor

Systems Support

Private Bag X337, Pretoria, 0001, Republic of South Africa Telephone: +27 (0) 12 428 1911 Email: info@armscor.co.za Website: www.armscor.co.za

your GLoBAL Acquisition partner for RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT The Research and Development function maintains strategic facilities and essential defence capabilities and technologies as identified by the Department of Defence. Strategic facilities include: • Test and evaluation facilities • Defence science and technology institutes

GEROTEK TEST FACILITIES Gerotek provides vehicle and product testing services. Advanced training and corporate events facilities are also offered.

ALKANTPAN TESTING RANGE Located in the central semi-desert part of the country, Alkantpan is an all-purpose ballistic test range for medium to large calibre weapons and ammunition. Insensitive

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munitions, hazard classification, ageing, surveillance trails tests are also conducted. The Defence Science and Technology Institutes include:

INSTITUTE FOR MARITIME TECHNOLOGy (IMT)

Aselsan

IMT provides science based technological support to the South African Navy and specialises in:

Electronic Systems, Maritime, Systems Support, Vehicles

• Defence research

Building 4, CSIR Campus North Gate Entrance, Meiring Naudé Road, Pretoria, Republic of South Africa PROTECHNIK LAbORATORIES Telephone:+ 27 (0) 12 349 2613 Protechnik specialises in the field of chemical and E-mail: marketing@aselsan.com.tr biological defence. Website: www.aselsan.com.tr HAzMAT PROTECTIVE SySTEMS • Development and evaluation of maritime systems

Hazmat Protective Systems manufactures and markets comprehensive range of filter cartridges, canisters and respirators to protect against majority of respiratory health hazards.

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DEFENCE DECISION SUPPORT INSTITUTE (DDSI) DDSI renders defence analysis, engineering support, decision support, operational research and capability analysis services.

BPT Body Armour Plates BPT manufactures a wide variety of hard body armour plates including lightweight plates, multi-tile plates, monolithic ceramic plates and flexible88ceramic plates. The composition of the plates depend on the

Bullet Proofing Bullet Proof Technology Technology Personal Armour Protection Personal Armour Protection

PO PO BoxBox 1115, Rant enen Dal, 1115, Rant Dal,1751, 1751,Republic Republicof ofSouth SouthAfrica Africa Telephone: +27 (0) 11 955 6104 Telephone: +27 (0) 11 955 6104 Telefax: +27 (0) 11 955 6106 Email: sales@bpt.co.za Email: sales@bpt.co.za Website: www.bpt.co.za Website: www.bpt.co.za shortlisting only


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Corner Van Ryneveld Avenue and Van der Spuy Street Pierre Van Ryneveld Park Centurion, 0045, Republic of South Africa Telephone: +27 (0) 12 662 5379 Email: info@cav.org.za Website: www.cav.org.za 34

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Research & Development

Meiring Naudé Road, Brummeria, Pretoria, Republic of South Africa Telephone: + 27 (0) 12 841 2911 Email : dpss@csir.co.za Website: www.csir.co.za

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DAMEN SHIPYARDS Maritime

Corner of Duncan and Eastern Mole Roads, Port of Cape Town, South Africa, 8001 Telephone: + 27 (0)27 21 447 1714 Mobile: + 27 (0)27 64 757 0991 E-mail: info@damen.co.za Website: www.damen.com 09/03/2018 15:1038

DCD

Vehicles

Victor Street, Industrial Sites, Boksburg East, 1460, Republic of South Africa Telephone: +27 (0) 11 306 8503 E-mail: info@dcd.co.za Website: www.dcd.co.za 36 _ 37

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defenceWeb Systems Support

326 Rivonia Boulevard, Rivonia, Johannesburg, Republic of South Africa Telephone: +27 (0) 11 807 3294 Email: editor@defenceweb.co.za, sales@defenceweb.co.za, events@defenceweb.co.za Website: www.defenceweb.co.za 39

Deloitte Consulting

Block B, Riverwalk Office Park, 41 Matroosberg Road, Ashlea Gardens, Pretoria, 0081 Republic of South Africa Telephone: +27 (0) 12 482 0000 Email: noliphant@deloitte.co.za Website: www.deloitte.com 44

Denel

Aerospace, Systems Support, Vehicle, Weapons & Ammunition Nellmapius Drive, Irene, Republic of South Africa P.O. Box 8322, Centurion, 0046 Telephone: +27 (0) 12 671 2758 Email: marketing@denel.co.za Website: www.denel.co.za 40 _ 43

Floida

Research & Development

11 Cambridge Park, 5 Bauhina Street, Highveld Technopark, Centurion, Gauteng, Republic of South Africa Telephone: +27 (0) 12 880 1866 Email: info@floida.co.za Website: www.floida.co.za 45

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GAC Laser Specialised Logistics Freight Forwarder

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GAC Laser Specialised Logistics (Pty) Limited

Route 21, Corporate Park, 60 Sovereign Drive, Irene, 0157, Pretoria, Republic of South Africa Telephone: +27 (0) 12 345 5109/4070 Email: sandram@gaclaser.co.za Website: www.gaclaser.co.za

Route 21 Corporate Park South African Defence Industry Directory 2017-2018 60 Sovereign Drive 46 _ 47 Irene, 0157 Pretoria, South Africa reception.pta@gaclaser.co.za Tel: +27 12 345 5109 / +27 12 345 4070 Fax: +27 86 219 7223

COMPANY PROFILES

GEW Technologies GEW Signal intelligence solutions Electronic Systems

P.O. Box 912-561, Silverton, 0127, Republic of South AfricaSouth Africa 13 De Havilland Crescent, Persequor Technopark, Pretoria, Telephone: (0)421 12 421 6200 Telephone: +27 +27 12 6200 Email: marketing@gew.co.za Fax: +27 12 421 6216 Website: www.gew.co.za Email: marketing@gew.co.za Website: www.gew.co.za 48 _ 49

50 YEARS OF INNOVATION GEW is celebrating half a century of excellence in providing clients with the capability and intelligence to detect and protect in contemporary defence and civil operating environments. Whether on land, at sea or in the air,  

GEW’s field-proven products detect,  

collect, evaluate and protect with 

 agility and precision – empowering   intelligence authorities to protect 

their civilians, defence forces and 

national infrastructure. With equipment  

operational in more than 26 countries  

and a 50-year track record, GEW has earned the trust and respect of the intelligence community worldwide. GEW offers a complete range of systems across the signal intelligence spectrum, encompassing electronic warfare and defence intelligence, spectrum monitoring and security.

Electronic Warfare Solutions

compliant solutions that are tailored for telecommunications regulatory From sensor to effector, GEW’s bodies. Our systems are in service EW systems integrate technologies internationally and locally and have designed for situational awareness been utilised by the Independent Electronic Systems (Electronic Support), counter Communications Authority of South Nellmapius Drive, Irene, Centurion, 0157, Republic of South Africa measures (Electronic Attack) and force Africa (ICASA) for the last 15 years. Telephone: +27 (0) 12 674 0063 protection into a complete solution Email: infosa@hensoldt.net that delivers tactical superiority in the Integrated Security and Website: www.hensoldt.net contemporary operating environment. Surveillance GEW’s layered defence solutions GEW’s integrated security and provide defence forces with critical surveillance solutions harness the 50 intelligence to accelerate mission powerful combination between security technologies and advanced planning and improve situational spectrum management capabilities to awareness in today’s confined and empower clients to protect assets, contested battlespaces. infrastructure, perimeters and borders. Spectrum Management and Radar, optical sensors and physical Monitoring barriers are used in combination with As the frequency spectrum becomes signal-monitoring and direction-finding increasingly crowded and noisy, technology for maritime and coastal Vehicles GEW’s spectrum management surveillance, vessel tracking, homeland Posnet Suite #443, Private Bagand X15, Menlopark, 0102, Republic of South Africa monitoring +27 systems provide powerful security, wildlife protection, border Telephone: (0)12 811 8600 and resourceful tools for regulation security and physical infrastructure Email: info@icp.co.za and protection. GEW provides ITUsecurity. Website: www.revaarmouredvehicles.com

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Milkor

Aerospace, Maritime, Vehicles, Weapons & Ammunition Unit 18 & 20, Diamond Park, 70 Jakaranda Street, Hennopspark, Centurion, Republic of South Africa Telephone: +27 (0) 12Â 333 3134 Email: info@milkor.com Website: www.milkor.com

Agile

As a leading defence company established in South Africa, we supply tailored-solutions to armed and security forces, globally. Delivering durable, affordable and technologically advanced defence systems, that adhere to the highest international standards.

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Swift

info@milkor.com | +27 12 333 3134 Units 18 & 20, Diamond Park, 70 Jakaranda Street, Hennopspark, Centurion 0157, Gauteng, South Africa

MilkorGroup

Durable

MilkorGroup

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MilkorGroup

Natco SA International Transports Freight Forwarder

No 9-11 Ayrshire Avenue, Longmeadow Business Estate, Edenvale, 1610, Republic of South Africa Telephone: +27 (0)11 608 2340 Email: mike@natcosa.co.za Website: www.natco.co.za shortlisting only

OTT Technologies Vehicles

P.O. Box 11296, Hatfield, 0028, Republic of South Africa Telephone: +27 (0) 12 802 8700 Email: armour@ott.co.za Website: www.ott.co.za shortlisting only

Paramount Group

Aerospace, Maritime, Vehicles, Electronic Systems, Systems Support 998 16th Road, Halfway House, Midrand, 1685, Republic of South Africa Telephone: +27 (0) 11 086 6800 Email: info@paramountgroup.com Website: www.paramountgroup.com 56 _ 58

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10 - 2000 Person integrated turnkey camps

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Infrastructure support systems Training, maintenance and installation Parsec

Electronic Systems

P.O. Box 67499, Highveld, 0169, Republic of South Africa

Level l and 2 field hospitals Telephone: +27 (0) 12 678 9740 Email: sales@parsec.co.za Website: www.parsec.co.za 59

nel Office Park, Nellmapius Dr., Irene, Centurion TEL: 012 – 671 1010 / FAX: 012 671- 1438 info@rcssa.com / www.rcssa.com

Redeployable Camp Systems Systems Support

Denel Office Park, Nellmapius Drive, Irene, Centurion, Republic of South Africa Telephone: +27 (0) 12 671 1010 Email: info@rcssa.com Website: www.rcssa.com 60 _ 61

REUTECH

PO Box 35 Halfway House 1685 South Africa Telephone: +27 (0)11 652 5555Systems Support Electronic Systems, 628 James Crescent, Halfway House 1685 Telefax: +27 (0)11 805 6107 Republic of South Africa Email: info@reutech.co.za +27 (0) 11 652 5555 Web: Telephone: www.reutech.co.za

Reutech

Email: info@reutech.co.za www.reutech.co.za

Reutech, part of Reunert Limited, is a group 62 _ 65 of companies specialising in the electronics and defence industries and has been in existence for more than two decades. The Group earns more than half of its income from exports.

Product range comprises of: • Soldier Radio systems • Tactical Airborne radio systems • Tactical Ground Based radio systems • Secure Mobile Services • Fixed Installation Radio systems • Intra Platform Communication systems

Reutech Radar Systems develops and manufactures ground and naval sear tracking radar systems and subsystem South African National Defence Forc as for multiple clients in the export m Mining radar sensor systems utilised cast mining operations are also supp internationally.

Rheinmetall Denel Munition

Parent company Reunert Limited, established in 1888, consists of a number Products cater for short (LOS), Weapons & Ammunition of companies focused on electronic andP.O. Box 187, medium (LOS) West, and long range (BLOS) Product range includes: Somerset 7129, Republic of South Africa electrical engineering. It is a major player communications. Typical applications • 3D Surveillance Systems Telephone: +27 (0) 21 850 2911 in the South African economy, regularlyEmail: marketing@rheinmetall-denelmunition.com include command and control, situational • 2D Search and Surveillance System ranking amongst the top 100 South Website: www.rheinmetall-defence.com awareness, virtual radar, forward • Tracking Systems (Radar and Sola African companies. The Reunert Group observation link and messaging services. • Homeland Security Sensors has 6 500 employees including highly Product support services include • Associated Command & Control 68 _ 71 qualified engineers, technicians, research maintenance and repair, operational • Radar related Subsystems and Te and development professionals and field and technical training, installation & • Solar Trackers support staff. commissioning of on-site customized • Mining Sensor Systems support test facilities. • Set Top Boxes / Digital TV Decode Reunert’s revenue in 2013 exceeded ZAR 11 billion. Reutech Fuchs Electronics designs and Reutech Solutions is a diverse compa 93 manufactures electronic fuzes for tubeproviding solutions to the defence, in


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Rippel Effect Systems Weapons & Ammunition

P.O. Box 12434, Hatfield, 0028, Republic of South Africa Telephone: +27 (0) 12 803 4347 Email: xrgl40@rippeleffect.co.za Website: www.rippeleffect.co.za 66

SAAB Grintek Defence

Aerospace, Maritime, Electronic Systems, Systems Support 185 Witch-Hazel Avenue, Highveld Techno Park, Centurion, 0157, Republic of South Africa Telephone: +27 (0) 12 492 4400 Email: sgd.communications@za.saabgroup.com Website: www.saab.com/southafrica 72

SA Bullet Resistant Glass Safety & Security

P.O. Box 260254, Excom, 2023, Republic of South Africa Telephone: +27 (0) 11 493 6663 Email: hilton@sabullet.co.za Website: www.sabrg.co.za shortlisting only

Shelhurst Components Electronic Systems

1466 Vlootboot Street, Lazer Park, Honeydew, Johannesburg, Republic of South Africa Telephone: +27 (0) 11 795 2130 Email: sales@shelhurst.co.za Website: www.shelhurst.co.za 73

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IFF INTERROGATOR

Email: avionics@tellumat.com

SVI

SVI

Vehicles

174 Bashewa, 174 Bashewa, Off Garsfontein Drive, Bashewa, Off Garsfontain drive Pretoria, Republic of South Africa, 0056 Bashewa Pretoria Telephone: +27 (0) 12 999 3082 South Africa Email: info@svi.co.za 0056 Website: www.svi.co.za Tel: +27 (0)12 999 3082 Email: info@svi.co.za www.svi.co.za 74

Email: atm@tellumat.com Tell: +27 (0)21 710 2911

Tellumat

Electronic Systems

64-67 White Road, Retreat, Cape Town, Republic of South Africa P.O. Box 30451, Tokai, 7966 Telephone: +27 (0) 21 710 2911 Email: enquiry@tellumat.com : atm@tellumat.com Website: www.tellumat.com 75

Thales South Africa Systems Maritime, Systems Support

P.O. Box 420, Halfway House, 1685, Republic of South Africa Telephone: +27 (0)11 313 9000 Email: thalesinfosa@thalesgroup.com Website: www.thalesgroup.com 76 _ 79

unique features including a curved windscreen Nowhere is SVI’s continuous innovation and MAX is designed to be adaptable to many product development more evident than in our different roles depending on customer latest version of the MAX Armoured Personnel requirements, from purely a transporter of Carrier (APC) SVI’s MAX incorporates a host of personnel, to a weapons platform, to law new features to provide additional protection, Weapons & Ammunition enforcement, peacekeeping comfort and convenience to clients P.O.looking Box 14183, Lyttelton, 0140, Republic of South Africaor even configured a battlefield ambulance. The vehicle has five into1405/8 in the +27 (0) 11 314 at tthe APC market whilst still being Telephone: doors, with the rear main door automatically Email: armoury@truvelo.co.za lower price range in the African market. Website: www.truvelo.co.za operated from the driver’s seat to facilitate The MAX has specially designed features speedy entry,fast recovery of wounded soldiers, starting from the hull which can withstand and speedy exit from hostile situations. blast levels normally associated with much shortlisting only larger far more expensive vehicles and also .

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TUB

Electronics

5 Estee Ackerman Street, Jet Park X62, Boksburg, Johannesburg, 1459, Republic of South Africa Telephone: +27 (0) 11 823 6019/25/26 Email: info@tub.za.net Website: www.tub.za.net 80 _ 83

Twiga Services and Logistics Vehicles

38 Gen van Reyneveld Street, Persequor, Techno Park, Lynnewood, Pretoria, 0020, Republic of South Africa Telephone: +27 (0) 12 345 4445 Email: info@twiga-africa.com Website: www.twiga-africa.com 84 _ 85

WS Darley & Co. Systems Support

325 Spring Lake Drive, Itasca, IL 60143, USA Telephone: +1 630 735 3527 Mobile: +27 81 374 8534 Email: mariuskoekemoer@darley.com Website: www.darley.com shortlisting only

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