Nammo’s shoulder fired systems offer a supreme combination of low weight and heavy firepower. Building on more than half a century of experience, today’s systems deliver a true reliable advantage to several of the world’s most advanced armed forces.
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06 May 20 - Nammo is today confirming that it has completed its acquisition of Chemring Ordnance Inc. in Perry, Florida - now Nammo Perry Inc. The announcement comes as Nammo releases its Annual Report for 2019, in which the company posts its second consecutive year of record-high revenue.
Until 2019, Nammo’s operations in the US were run through five different legal units spanning eight locations, a result of years of expansion and acquisitions. A change had to be made, and as a result Gary Goodwin now leads a process aimed at consolidating, simplifying and improving the effectiveness of Nammo’s US operations under one name: Nammo Defense Systems Inc., or NDS.
As Nammo’s operations at Raufoss have developed, they have also become more diverse, with new offices and teams created to support new products and customers. In 2019, Nammo initiated a reorganization process to streamline operations at its largest site. Trine Tafjord took on the challenge of leading Raufoss’ new integrated contracting office.