XTEK announced that it has received new purchase orders totalling A$8.1 million from Commonwealth of Australia’s Department of Defence for Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (SUAS) systems spare parts for existing SUAS fleets. Defence also signed a two-year extension option for the current SUAS Support Contract it has with the group out to July 2024.

Scott Basham, XTEK’s Group CEO, said, “These new orders from Defence totalling A$8.1 million for new spare parts and related technical support services that are provided under the current multi-year Support Contract we have with Defence for Small Unmanned Aerial Systems. We are very pleased that Defence has also accepted to take up the option of a further two years of support for this important contract. The spare parts to be purchased under these orders will be held in our state-of-the-art SUAS repair facility in Canberra and will be used to keep this important SUAS capability operational for Defence for years to come.”

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