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Babcock and TVS sign MoU at DSEI

Posted 13 September 2023

Babcock International Group today signed an Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with TVS Supply Chain Solutions Ltd to work together to deliver services and spares procurement for the British Army.

Above: (left to right) Irene Ainscough, Defence Director at TVS and Louise Atkinson, Managing Director, Through Life Equipment Support, Babcock.
Courtesy Babcock

Both parties will harness their complementary capabilities, experience and expertise in delivering Conventional Vehicle Systems Post-Design Services and Spares Procurement (CVSSP) to the British Army on a number of vehicle platforms including Land Rover, Weapons-Mounted Land Rover and Pinzgauer.  

Babcock has a unique understanding of Through Life Equipment Support and manages over 30,000 vehicles for the British Army and over 300,000 pieces of equipment. As supply chain experts, TVS are responsible for the inventory management and procurement of circa 300,000 NSNs in support of UK MoD.

Louise Atkinson, Managing Director of Through Life Equipment Support at Babcock, said: “The signing of this MoU is great news for our customer, the British Army. Babcock will continue to provide an unrivalled equipment support service ensuring that their equipment is ready for action, whenever and wherever it is needed.”

Irene Ainscough, Defence Director at TVS Supply Chain Solutions Ltd, said: “TVS looks forward to continuing to support Babcock and the Authority, providing supply chain expertise to the CV fleet and building resilience through proactive obsolescence and supplier management.”






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