Tyneside Safety Glass secures major defence deal

Gateshead-based Tyneside Safety Glass has secured a major contract to manufacture parts for a new British armoured vehicle which could be sold across the globe.

The firm has won a rolling contract to supply ballistic glass to OVIK’s Crossway– a British-manufactured car attracting interest from around the world.Having already supplied the vehicles fitted with Tyneside Safety’s products to the Civil Nuclear Constabulary, Dorset Police and Thames Valley Police, five other UK police forces are now expressing “considerable interest”.Read more at: www.bqlive.co.uk/2015/07/28/tyneside-safety-glass-secures-major-defence-deal/Gateshead-based Tyneside Safety Glass has secured a major contract to manufacture parts for a new British armoured vehicle which could be sold across the globe.  

The firm has won a rolling contract to supply ballistic glass to OVIK’s Crossway– a British-manufactured car attracting interest from around the world.

Having already supplied the vehicles fitted with Tyneside Safety’s products to the Civil Nuclear Constabulary, Dorset Police and Thames Valley Police, five other UK police forces are now expressing “considerable interest”.

Read more at: www.bqlive.co.uk/2015/07/28/tyneside-safety-glass-secures-major-defence-deal/

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