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Defence Suppliers Service offers industry advice in official MOD Yearbook

Summary: Supplying to defence can seem like a daunting prospect, but huge opportunities exist for those organisations with knowledge of the prime contractors and key industry contacts needed to ensure success in this huge marketplace.

The MOD spends over £20bn a year on a wide range of products and services, and has announced almost £160bn funding over the next ten years for new equipment as part of the MOD 10-Year Defence Equipment Plan, allowing for companies at all levels of the defence and security sectors to plan for the future success of their organisation with confidence.

Advice and guidance for defence suppliers

For suppliers large and small to the defence industry, the Defence Suppliers Service has launched its 2014 Yearbook to help organisations win more business with the defence industry. The Yearbook contains the exact intelligence you need to ensure you keep up to date with developments in the industry.

The Defence Suppliers Service, part of the Defence Equipment and Support (DE&S) Supplier Relations Team, is the MOD’s focal point for the provision of advice and guidance to companies interested in becoming defence suppliers.

UK defence spending breakdown

The official MOD DSS 2014 Yearbook breaks down UK defence spending for the last full financial year while analysing arms sales from the top 20 global arms producing companies.

From prime contractors to micro-SMEs supplying to the defence industry, the Yearbook gives you information on everything you need to succeed in the year ahead, including:

– Industry features

– Details of DE&S project teams

– Prime contractor listings

– Key industry contacts

Gain an exclusive insight into the defence industry with comment from the major players in the sector and have the most up to date contact details at your fingertips for those all-important sub-contracting opportunities.

Find out more about the DSS Yearbook 2014 at http://www.bipsolutions.com/dss/yearbook2014/