Corvus Technology Solutions opens new facility in South Korea to support Redback build in Australia

Australian high-tech defence company, Corvus Technology Solutions, is excited to announce the recent opening of its new office in Gyeonggi-do, near Seoul, South Korea. Corvus is in final negotiations with Australian company, Hanwha Defence Australia, a subsidiary to South Korean company, Hanwha Aerospace Systems, to manufacture in Australia nearly 2,000 suspension units for the Australian Army’s Redback […]

Hanwha’s selection a win for Australia’s sovereign capability

Melbourne-based Corvus Technology Solutions is pleased to be partnering with Hanwha Defense Australia (HDA) to manufacture crucial equipment for the Australian Defence Force’s (ADF) next-generation of Infantry Fighting Vehicles (IFVs), subject to successful contract negotiations. Corvus is working with HDA to progress these negotiations for the supply of 129 Redback IFVs to the Commonwealth of […]

Defence manufacturers stand ready to deliver on DSR recommendations

The Australian defence manufacturing industry is an important part of the country’s economy, generating billions of dollars in revenue and supporting thousands of jobs. After much anticipation, the latest Defence Strategic Review has finally been released. It has been made clear that the defence strategic landscape has changed, and that Australian defence industry needs to […]

Corvus Technology Solutions strengthens leadership team with appointment of Nick Williams as General Manager to spearhead strategic growth

Australian advanced manufacturer, Corvus Technology Solutions (CTS), is pleased to announce the appointment of Nick Williams as General Manager, effective immediately. Mr. Williams has extensive leadership experience across aerospace, electronics, power generation, aviation, and venture capital industries and possesses a diverse skill set encompassing strategic planning, profit and loss management, business development, complex project management, […]

Delays cost defence contractors millions

Australian defence firms say they have been forced to delay investment and hiring decisions because the federal government is holding off making acquisition decisions while it prepares to unveil the findings of the Defence Strategic Review. For some procurements, the review has meant a six-month pause on decision-making, while delays on plans for new armoured […]