14 Jun 2016
Rheinmetall’s new IFV, the Lynx
13 Jun 2016
World premiers at Eurosatory 2016
01 Jun 2016
Rheinmetall and MBDA Deutschland’s new air defence system can fire on the move
25 May 2016
Rheinmetall at CANSEC 2016
18 May 2016
Rheinmetall wins contract to extend the service life of Switzerland's air defence systems
25.-26.05.2016: CANSEC, in Ottawa
01.-02.06.2016: Chemspec Europe, in Basel
13.-17.06.2016: Eurosatory, in Paris
06.-09.09.2016: MSPO, in Kielce
06.-08.09.2016: Land Forces, in Adelhaide
04.-06.10.2016: CPHI, in Barcelona
Right from the start of its 125-year-plus history, Rheinmetall has always been a trusted partner of the artillery corps. To this day, the pressing and drawing technique for seamless barrels developed by Rheinmetall founder Heinrich Ehrhardt is still used in modern guns.
Rheinmetall supplied the technology for a maritime simulation centre of AIDA Cruises - Germany’s most successful cruise line. By the end of 2013, more than 200 captains and nautical officers had undergone maritime training there.
Combat engineers have the task of enhancing the mobility and survivability of friendly forces, while simultaneously hemming in and channelizing the enemy. In order to perform their multifaceted mission, combat engineers need versatile, flexibly deployable equipment.