Rheinmetall Group manages two corporate sectors with six divisions with a wide range of products including military vehicles, artillery guns, electronics equipment, and ammunition fuze systems. Hadquartered in Düsseldorf
Sikorsky Rheinmetall Expands Partnership, 10-Feb-21 : #CH53K Sikorsky and Rheinmetall expand German industrial partnership of the CH-53K for the Armed Forces Heavy Transport Helicopter (STH) competition. Bavarian company Reiser strengthens education and training of maintenance staff
Modular 70mm Launcher for Tiger Mk3, 18-Nov-20 : #rockets Thales and Rheinmetall unveil latest-generation digital 70 mm rocket launcher for German Army upgrade program of Tiger Mk III gunship helicopters with “Lock On Before Launch” function for higher reliability and reducing risks to the target surrounding area
Rheinmetall and Sikorsky Teamed for Luftwaffe CH‑53K, 06-Feb-18 : Germany to buy 45/60 new heavy-lift helicopters to replace aging CH-53G fleet. Sikorsky/Rheinmetall propose CH-53K against Boeing CH-47F. Scheduled to be awarded mid-2020 and first deliveries in 2023
Rheinmetall to upgrade NH90 Bundeswehr Trainer, 27-Apr-15 : Simulation and Training business unit of Rheinmetall awarded by Germany’s defence procurement agency an upgrade of the NH90 Cockpit Trainer to IOC+ configuration with additional software modules
Twenty Tiger Simulators To France and Germany, 12-Feb-15 : Organisation for Joint Armament Cooperation (OCCAR) awarded Thales / Rheinmetall a contract to supply or upgrade 20 Tiger combat helicopter simulators for the French and German Armed Forces.