Oceania

Both Australia and New Zealand are working closely with other countries to improve their defence capabilities and equipment, with the Australian Defence Force putting an “increased emphasis on opportunities for collaboration from a defence industry standpoint”.

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Australian defence tenders

Australia ranks as one of the top three nations in the region for defence spend.

Defence contracts have varied in recent years, with many tenders focusing on technology rather than traditional defence apparatus. Most recently a company in the UK has completed a multimillion-pound deal to supply the Australian Army with vital logistics equipment. Other large contracts include a billion-pound defence procurement project with a French shipbuilder.

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What contracts can I bid for in Oceania?

The Oceania region covers countries across the Pacific Ocean, including Australia and New Zealand.  Many of these countries’ defence departments are looking for suppliers to fill gaps in the following areas:

  • critical national infrastructure protection
  • cyber security
  • policing and counter-terrorism
  • major event security
  • border security
  • offender management
  • consultancy, training and risk analysis

As one of the largest providers of defence contract and award notices, we can help your business to maximise its exposure to opportunities like the ones mentioned above.

If you would like to discover defence tenders and international contracts, learn more about our packages.

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