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About Pearson Engineering

Pearson Engineering is a provider of Counter-Mine, Counter-IED, Combat Earth Moving, Route Proving and Assault Bridging equipment for Armored Fighting Vehicles. The Company's products include Mine Plows, Combat Dozer Blades, Earth Anchor Blades, Excavator Arms, Bridge Launch Mechanisms, Mine Rollers, Surface Clearance Devices, Obstacle Marker Systems, IED route Clearance Equipment and Vehicle Remote Control Systems.

Pearson Engineering Headquarter Location

Armstrong Works Scotswood Road

Newcastle upon Tyne, England, NE15 6UX,

United Kingdom

+44 (0) 191 234 0001

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Latest Pearson Engineering News

DSEI 2021: Hanwha Defense announces Team Thunder for UK K9 bid

Sep 15, 2021

by Charles Forrester Hanwha Defense has launched Team Thunder, engaging with UK industry, to bid the K9A2 self-propelled howitzer for the UK. (Hanwha Defense) South Korea's Hanwha Defense announced the launching of Team Thunder at the DSEI trade show on 14 September, forming the basis for its K9A2 self-propelled howitzer bid for the UK's Mobile Fires Programme. As part of the bid, the company has begun to sign memoranda of understanding with UK companies to form Team Thunder, which comprise Leonardo UK, Pearson Engineering, Horstman Defence Systems, and Soucy Defense. Lockheed Martin UK is also in talks to join the Team Thunder, and more partners may be announced later. Pasi Pasivirta, director for Business Development in Europe at Hanwha, toldJanesthat the company “is investigating a local prime solution, but until the formal invitations to tender are released, [we] are continuing to explore opportunities with a range of potential partners”. “There are some capabilities that the UK does not have, and there is no capacity for it, such as gun tube manufacturing, and we are investigating possibilities,” Pasivirta said. Gun tubes are expected to come from South Korea, however, the possibility of using tubes from other manufacturers depends on customer requirements. The company is working to identify UK companies that have strong capabilities in their field, such as Horstman Defence Systems for suspension, and Pearson Engineering for fabrication. The talks with Lockheed Martin UK could extend to work on the turret for the K9A2. Other requirements can be fitted around customer specifications, with the Australian Army also including an active protection system for their platforms under Project Land 8116 Phase 1, and the Norwegian military requiring additional CBRN protection systems above the standard baseline. Already a Janes subscriber? Read the full article via the Client Login

Pearson Engineering Acquisitions

1 Acquisition

Pearson Engineering acquired 1 company. Their latest acquisition was MineWolf Solutions on February 29, 2016.

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2/29/2016

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2/29/2016

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Pearson Engineering Partners & Customers

1 Partners and customers

Pearson Engineering has 1 strategic partners and customers. Pearson Engineering recently partnered with LimitState on September 9, 2017.

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9/28/2017

Licensor

LimitState

United Kingdom

THEOREMS and Pearson Engineering license LimitState software

THEOREMS and Pearson Engineering license LimitState software .

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9/28/2017

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LimitState

Country

United Kingdom

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THEOREMS and Pearson Engineering license LimitState software

THEOREMS and Pearson Engineering license LimitState software .

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