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  • News - 2 May 2003
    Simula have just received another order from the US Army to supply more small arms protective insert (SAPI) body armour. The current order is worth $9 million. Simula will commence deliveries of this...
  • News - 10 Apr 2003
    Simula have just received another order for ceramic/composite armour panel kits for the US Army’s M1117 Armoured Security Vehicles or ASV’s. The order has come via Textron Marine and Land...
  • News - 8 Apr 2003
    Following on from Ceradyne’s recent record order for Small Arms Protective Inserts (SAPI), Simula have received another similar order for more SAPI plates. The latest order is valued at over...
  • News - 4 Apr 2003
    Ceradyne have just received an order from the US army procurement agency for US$13.8 million worth of small arms protective body inserts (SAPI), or ceramic armour. Ceradyne will begin shipping the...
  • News - 27 Feb 2003
    It was announced today that Simula has just received a further order for Small Arms Protective Inserts, or SAPI. The most recent order is worth US$1.5 million and involves another 4,000...
  • News - 14 Feb 2003
    As the USA braces for war with Iraq, Ceradyne have just received a $3.7 million contract to provide small arms protective inserts to the US Army. The order is expected to be completed by early...
  • News - 4 Feb 2003
    Simula have just received another order for Small Arms Protective Inserts (SAPI) body armour panels from the US Marine Corps. The new order has a value of $3.1 million and is scheduled for delivery in...
  • News - 17 Jan 2003
    Over the past 8 months Simula have signed off on 14 strategic partnerships and technology licenses. These include marketing and development, exclusive supply and technology licensing...
  • News - 20 Dec 2002
    Simula have been granted a patent for their latest body armour design. Their light weight design offers the wearer protection from handgun attacks. The soft design, utilises Simula’s...
  • News - 3 Dec 2002
    Simula have just received an order from Textron Systems to produce lightweight ceramic/composite appliqué armour kits. The armour will be used on US Army M117 Armoured Security Vehicles...