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Fully indigenous K2 MBT powerpack still some ways off

Germany’s Renk Group announced on social media on 23 October that it has signed a contract with the South Korean manufacturer of the K2...
K2 MBT at Rena firing range in Norway.

Nammo to develop 120mm ammunition for Hyundai Rotem’s K2 main battle...

Norway-based munitions specialist Nammo has entered into an agreement with South Korea’s Hyundai Rotem to develop new 120mm ammunition for the latter’s K2 Black...
Hyundai Rotem K2 MBT display

DX Korea 2022: Hyundai Rotem readies for next stage of K2...

South Korea’s Hyundai Rotem is poised to commence manufacture of new batches of K2 main battle tanks (MBTs) for the Republic of Korea Army...
K9A1 Thunder 155mm/52 caliber Self-Propelled Howitzer system

South Korea scores major land systems export win in Poland

South Korea’s Hanwha Defense and Hyundai Rotem have been awarded contracts for their K9 Thunder 155 mm calibre self-propelled howitzers (SPHs) and K2 Black...

South Korea continues to push K2 MBT for Norwegian tank requirement

South Korean and Norwegian officials have gathered in Seoul on 2 May to continue bilateral discussions on defence industrial co-operation. The ninth session of...

RoK Army receives new Hyundai Rotem UGVs

The Republic of Korea Army (RoKA) has received two new 6x6 multirole Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs) developed by Hyundai Rotem, the company announced on...
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South Korea highlights indigenous advances at ADEX 2021

Despite a visibly reduced international visitor footprint due to prevalent travel restrictions, South Korea has forged ahead with staging the 2021 edition of the...

More K2 Black Panther tanks for the South Korean army

South Korean defence and engineering prime Hyundai Rotem announced on 22 December that it has been awarded a ₩533 billion (US$481.4 million) contract by...
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ROK Contracts for Additional Wheeled Fighting Vehicles

Hyundai Rotem has received a contract on 29 September 2020 worth 407.7 billion won ($348.4 million) from the Republic of Korea’s Defense Acquisition Program...

South Korea acquires new anti-air gun system

The Republic of Korea (RoK) armed forces will soon boost its short-range air defence capabilities with a new indigenously developed self-propelled anti-aircraft gun (SPAAG)...

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