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 XTEK Limited, an Australian-based defence force has appointed Heckler & Koch to be its marketing and sales representative for its products.

H&K is a German-based defence company which manufactures handguns, rifles, submachine guns, and grenade launchers. H&K partners with security forces, police and special forces of NATO and NATO-associated states.

Apart from Germany, it also has global operations in the United States, United Kingdom, and France. H&K has appointed XTEK to be the exclusive re-seller for its products in Australia for the military and law enforcement authorities.

XTEK Managing Director Philippe Odouard commented: “We are very proud to have been selected as Heckler & Koch’s exclusive value-added reseller in Australia. This agreement enables a pathway to higher margin revenue streams of Australian Industry Content, training, repair and maintenance services. This is aligned with our existing strategy and ensures XTEK is a Defence supplier of choice in Australia.”

This agreement allows XTEK to introduce Australian Industry Content such as producing carbon fibre parts using it’s XTclave [a technology which achieves composite curing and consolidation in thermoset and thermoplastic resin systems], to weapon systems to suit Australian customer requirements.

XTEK will also be responsible for providing training, repair and maintenance services on the H&K weapon systems. The Australian Defence Force and Victoria Police have already submitted tenders to XTEK for the provision of its weapon systems and the Company have submitted positive responses.

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