GM Defense takes business to foreign governments starting with Canada

Common Motors subsidiary GM Defense LLC is searching to do small business with Canada.

In a statement Tuesday, GM Defense said it will begin expanding, with the intent to produce hugely custom made vehicles and other services to worldwide armed service, protection and authorities consumers, with Canada staying a person of them. 

“GM’s entire world-class production and engineering means in Canada make this collaboration a pure subsequent step for growing our world wide existence,” said Steve duMont, president of GM Protection, dependent in Washington, D.C.  “We have a seamless partnership with GM Canada that will help us to deliver extremely custom-made solutions to meet up with the exclusive needs of Canadian protection and authorities clients.”

GM Defense's Infantry Squad Vehicle, a finalist for the U.S. Army in what would be a $155 million contract if GM Defense wins it. The vehicle was shot at GM Defense's Proving Grounds in Yuma, Ariz.

GM is investing $35 billion in electric powered automobiles and self-driving technological innovation, which GM Protection can faucet into for its military services products, as it has accomplished for U.S. govt shoppers. Now, GM Protection is on the lookout to Canada  to increase its govt clientele, duMont claimed.

When the U.S. Defense Department’s tactical and beat motor vehicles are the most lucrative markets for GM Protection, it has very long claimed it is also looking at operate with other governing administration companies, these types of as the Section of Homeland Stability, and even foreign military.