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General Dynamics

Provide electrical components for Ajax project


Brief: To provide electrical components for Ajax project

General Dynamics is the UK’s leading supplier of defence equipment, working in partnership with government, military and private companies around the world.

For more than 50 years, this leading prime contractor and complex systems integrator has delivered innovative technology from its sites across the country, employing more than 1,400 people who share the passion to equip those who do the most demanding work imaginable.

Specialising in the two key areas of land systems and mission systems, while also providing avionic and tactical communication and information systems to a global customer base, General Dynamics has a broad remit. When undertaking projects in this high-stakes sector, it is vital that any electrical componentry supplied by a third party is consistent, reliable under intense stress and developed to tight timescales.

LML Products is proud of our long-term partnership with General Dynamics, and pleased to supply this respected defence company with components including earthing straps. As such, in 2010, when General Dynamics won the coveted contract to become the official developer of Ajax armoured fighting vehicles for the British Army, we were the obvious choice to provide engineers with a tailored electrical solution, as well as technical support.

General Dynamics’ decision-makers knew they could rely not only on LML Products’ next-generation in-house manufacturing processes – which range from CNC and waterjet machining to fibre-laser and electroplating – but that our unmatched production efficiency would enable a kanban supply system and ensure a just-in-time solution.


The Project

At LML Products, we treat every client as an individual and each application as a fresh challenge. Here’s how our team took on the project from General Dynamics.

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“LML are just wonderful”


James Bullock
Technical Buyer General Dynamics