Deals this week: Quickstep Holdings, Meggitt Safety Systems, American Systems Corporation


A $21.49m contract has been awarded to Meggitt Safety Systems for the delivery of two-seat canopy actuators for the F-16 Fighting Falcon multi-role fighter aircraft, operated by the US Air Force and foreign countries.

The indefinite-delivery / indefinite-quantity contract has been placed by the US Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Aviation, Hill Air Force Base (Hill AFB).

American Systems Corporation has received an $85m contract from the US Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center (AFOTEC), Kirtland Air Force Base (Kirtland AFB) to provide a range of technical and engineering services for fourth and fifth-generation combat aircraft programmes up to June 2021.

The contract also covers the operational test and evaluation of fighter systems.

Orbit Logic has secured a contract from the US Air Force Research Laboratory to research and execute software for the scheduling and observation of space objects from the ground stations.

"Orbit Logic and its partners will carry out the work at the Maui Space Surveillance Site in the US."

As part of the contract, Orbit Logic and its partners will carry out the work at the Maui Space Surveillance Site in the US.

Saab has awarded a contract to Griffon Corporation's subsidiary Telephonics Corporation for the supply of identification systems for integration on the Giraffe agile multi-beam (AMB) radar platform.

As part of the contract, Telephonics will produce SFF-44A small form factor (SFF) identification friend or foe (IFF) interrogator systems at its Long Island facilities.

The deliveries are expected to start in early-2017.