US-based Raytheon expects Qatar and the US government to complete a long-awaited multibillion-dollar agreement on a "significant" number of Patriot missile defence systems before the end of the year, a senior company official said.
Raytheon Missile Systems, a US defence contractor, has begun production of the Talon Laser Guided Rocket for the UAE Armed forces under a $117 million contract.
The Talon LGR is a low-cost, digital semi-active laser guidance and control
Raytheon Company has received a $655 million contract for new-production fire units of the combat-proven Patriot Air and Missile Defense System for Kuwait.
These units are an addition to the Patriot fire units Kuwait currently own
Raytheon Company, a leading technology provider for defence, security and civil markets, has won a direct commercial sales contract from Oman for its National Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile System (Nasams).
The $1.28 billion cont
Raytheon Company is hoping to finalize orders valued at $4 billion to $5 billion from countries in the Middle East in a matter of weeks, Chief Executive William Swanson told an investor conference.
Swanson said he just returned fr
Oman and Jordan are among the international customers who recently ordered Javelin missile rounds and launch units from US-based Raytheon Company and Lockheed Martin Javelin Joint Venture.
The $176 million contract includes produc
US-based Raytheon Company, a technology leader, has launched its immersive math and science education exhibition for the first time in the UAE at the Abu Dhabi Science Festival.
MathAlive! is a 465 sq m dual-language traveling edu
US-based Raytheon sees "tremendous opportunities" for international bookings including large missile defence orders from Kuwait, Oman and Qatar before the end of the year, its chief financial officer said.
The company is
Raytheon Co is in final negotiations to sell an air-defense system to Oman, a significant deal that would help keep the company's international sales strong in 2013, chief financial officer David Wajsgras told analysts on Thursday.
Lockheed Martin Corporation, already the biggest US weapons maker and largest provider of IT services to the US government, wants to become a powerhouse in foreign markets such as the Middle East and India, said