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About Nexter Systems

Nexter aims to meet the needs of French and foreign land forces by designing, developing, producing and supporting complete defense systems. As a systems architect and integrator, the company has developed over the years a wide range of defense products in the fields of land combat systems, artillery, ammunition, weapons and robotics.

Nexter Systems Headquarter Location

34, boulevard de Valmy BP 504

Roanne, 42328,

France

Latest Nexter Systems News

Czech Republic orders CAESAR SPHs

Oct 1, 2021

01 October 2021 by Nicholas Fiorenza Czech Defence Minister Lubomír Metnar signed the contract for 52 CAESAR 8×8 SPHs for the Czech Army on 30 September. (Nexter Systems) Czech Defence Minister Lubomír Metnar signed the contract for 52 CAESAR self-propelled howitzers (SPHs) in Prague on 30 September in the presence of French Armed Forces Minister Florence Parly and Nexter CEO Nicolas Chamussy. Nexter said in a press release on 30 September that the 8×8 SPHs will be produced under licence by the Czechoslovak Group (CSG), with Tatra Trucks supplying the chassis, Excalibur Army assembling the CAESARs, Tatra Defence Vehicles producing the armoured cabin, and Retia integrating the communication systems linked to the artillery fire-control system. Czech companies STV and Explosia will supply conventional shells and modular charges, with Nexter Munitions providing special ammunition such as complex ammunition or with insensitive explosives. The CAESAR mounted on an 8×8 Tatra Trucks chassis, like the 19 being delivered to Denmark, carry 36 shells, which can be resupplied in three minutes, and weighs less and therefore has lower fuel consumption than tracked SPHs, according to Nexter. 01 October 2021 by Nicholas Fiorenza Czech Defence Minister Lubomír Metnar signed the contract for 52 CAESAR 8×8 SPHs for the Czech Army on 30 September. (Nexter Systems) Czech Defence Minister Lubomír Metnar signed the contract for 52 CAESAR self-propelled howitzers (SPHs) in Prague on 30 September in the presence of French Armed Forces Minister Florence Parly and Nexter CEO Nicolas Chamussy. Nexter said in a press release on 30 September that the 8×8 SPHs will be produced under licence by the Czechoslovak Group (CSG), with Tatra Trucks supplying the chassis, Excalibur Army assembling the CAESARs, Tatra Defence Vehicles producing the armoured cabin, and Retia integrating the communication systems linked to the artillery fire-control system. Czech companies STV and Explosia will supply conventional shells and modular charges, with Nexter Munitions providing special ammunition such as complex ammunition or with insensitive explosives. The CAESAR mounted on an 8×8 Tatra Trucks chassis, like the 19 being delivered to Denmark, carry 36 shells, which can be resupplied in three minutes, and weighs less and therefore has lower fuel consumption than tracked SPHs, according to Nexter. 01 October 2021 by Nicholas Fiorenza Czech Defence Minister Lubomír Metnar signed the contract for 52 CAESAR 8×8 SPHs for the Czech Army on 30 September. (Nexter Systems) Czech Defence Minister Lubomír Metnar signed the contract for 52 CAESAR self-propelled howitzers (SPHs) in Prague on 30 September in the presence of French Armed Forces Minister Florence Parly and Nexter CEO Nicolas Chamussy. Nexter said in a press release on 30 September that the 8×8 SPHs will be produced under licence by the Czechoslovak Group (CSG), with Tatra Trucks supplying the chassis, Excalibur Army assembling the CAESARs, Tatra Defence Vehicles producing the armoured cabin, and Retia integrating the communication systems linked to the artillery fire-control system. Czech companies STV and Explosia will supply conventional shells and modular charges, with Nexter Munitions providing special ammunition such as complex ammunition or with insensitive explosives. The CAESAR mounted on an 8×8 Tatra Trucks chassis, like the 19 being delivered to Denmark, carry 36 shells, which can be resupplied in three minutes, and weighs less and therefore has lower fuel consumption than tracked SPHs, according to Nexter. 01 October 2021 by Nicholas Fiorenza Czech Defence Minister Lubomír Metnar signed the contract for 52 CAESAR 8×8 SPHs for the Czech Army on 30 September. (Nexter Systems) Czech Defence Minister Lubomír Metnar signed the contract for 52 CAESAR self-propelled howitzers (SPHs) in Prague on 30 September in the presence of French Armed Forces Minister Florence Parly and Nexter CEO Nicolas Chamussy. Nexter said in a press release on 30 September that the 8×8 SPHs will be produced under licence by the Czechoslovak Group (CSG), with Tatra Trucks supplying the chassis, Excalibur Army assembling the CAESARs, Tatra Defence Vehicles producing the armoured cabin, and Retia integrating the communication systems linked to the artillery fire-control system. Czech companies STV and Explosia will supply conventional shells and modular charges, with Nexter Munitions providing special ammunition such as complex ammunition or with insensitive explosives. The CAESAR mounted on an 8×8 Tatra Trucks chassis, like the 19 being delivered to Denmark, carry 36 shells, which can be resupplied in three minutes, and weighs less and therefore has lower fuel consumption than tracked SPHs, according to Nexter. 01 October 2021 by Nicholas Fiorenza Czech Defence Minister Lubomír Metnar signed the contract for 52 CAESAR 8×8 SPHs for the Czech Army on 30 September. (Nexter Systems) Czech Defence Minister Lubomír Metnar signed the contract for 52 CAESAR self-propelled howitzers (SPHs) in Prague on 30 September in the presence of French Armed Forces Minister Florence Parly and Nexter CEO Nicolas Chamussy. Nexter said in a press release on 30 September that the 8×8 SPHs will be produced under licence by the Czechoslovak Group (CSG), with Tatra Trucks supplying the chassis, Excalibur Army assembling the CAESARs, Tatra Defence Vehicles producing the armoured cabin, and Retia integrating the communication systems linked to the artillery fire-control system. Czech companies STV and Explosia will supply conventional shells and modular charges, with Nexter Munitions providing special ammunition such as complex ammunition or with insensitive explosives. The CAESAR mounted on an 8×8 Tatra Trucks chassis, like the 19 being delivered to Denmark, carry 36 shells, which can be resupplied in three minutes, and weighs less and therefore has lower fuel consumption than tracked SPHs, according to Nexter. 01 October 2021 by Nicholas Fiorenza Czech Defence Minister Lubomír Metnar signed the contract for 52 CAESAR 8×8 SPHs for the Czech Army on 30 September. (Nexter Systems) Czech Defence Minister Lubomír Metnar signed the contract for 52 CAESAR self-propelled howitzers (SPHs) in Prague on 30 September in the presence of French Armed Forces Minister Florence Parly and Nexter CEO Nicolas Chamussy. Nexter said in a press release on 30 September that the 8×8 SPHs will be produced under licence by the Czechoslovak Group (CSG), with Tatra Trucks supplying the chassis, Excalibur Army assembling the CAESARs, Tatra Defence Vehicles producing the armoured cabin, and Retia integrating the communication systems linked to the artillery fire-control system. Czech companies STV and Explosia will supply conventional shells and modular charges, with Nexter Munitions providing special ammunition such as complex ammunition or with insensitive explosives. The CAESAR mounted on an 8×8 Tatra Trucks chassis, like the 19 being delivered to Denmark, carry 36 shells, which can be resupplied in three minutes, and weighs less and therefore has lower fuel consumption than tracked SPHs, according to Nexter. 01 October 2021 by Nicholas Fiorenza Czech Defence Minister Lubomír Metnar signed the contract for 52 CAESAR 8×8 SPHs for the Czech Army on 30 September. (Nexter Systems) Czech Defence Minister Lubomír Metnar signed the contract for 52 CAESAR self-propelled howitzers (SPHs) in Prague on 30 September in the presence of French Armed Forces Minister Florence Parly and Nexter CEO Nicolas Chamussy. Nexter said in a press release on 30 September that the 8×8 SPHs will be produced under licence by the Czechoslovak Group (CSG), with Tatra Trucks supplying the chassis, Excalibur Army assembling the CAESARs, Tatra Defence Vehicles producing the armoured cabin, and Retia integrating the communication systems linked to the artillery fire-control system. Czech companies STV and Explosia will supply conventional shells and modular charges, with Nexter Munitions providing special ammunition such as complex ammunition or with insensitive explosives. The CAESAR mounted on an 8×8 Tatra Trucks chassis, like the 19 being delivered to Denmark, carry 36 shells, which can be resupplied in three minutes, and weighs less and therefore has lower fuel consumption than tracked SPHs, according to Nexter. 01 October 2021 by Nicholas Fiorenza Czech Defence Minister Lubomír Metnar signed the contract for 52 CAESAR 8×8 SPHs for the Czech Army on 30 September. (Nexter Systems) Czech Defence Minister Lubomír Metnar signed the contract for 52 CAESAR self-propelled howitzers (SPHs) in Prague on 30 September in the presence of French Armed Forces Minister Florence Parly and Nexter CEO Nicolas Chamussy. Nexter said in a press release on 30 September that the 8×8 SPHs will be produced under licence by the Czechoslovak Group (CSG), with Tatra Trucks supplying the chassis, Excalibur Army assembling the CAESARs, Tatra Defence Vehicles producing the armoured cabin, and Retia integrating the communication systems linked to the artillery fire-control system. Czech companies STV and Explosia will supply conventional shells and modular charges, with Nexter Munitions providing special ammunition such as complex ammunition or with insensitive explosives. The CAESAR mounted on an 8×8 Tatra Trucks chassis, like the 19 being delivered to Denmark, carry 36 shells, which can be resupplied in three minutes, and weighs less and therefore has lower fuel consumption than tracked SPHs, according to Nexter.

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Nexter Systems Patents

Nexter Systems has filed 13 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Aircraft guns
  • Light machine guns
  • Autocannon
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