Team Forces is so pleased to announce that, after nearly a decade supporting Team Forces, one of our longest standing Bronze supporters, NP Aerospace, has just renewed as a Silver level sponsor! Their increased support will help to fund more activities to improve health, wellbeing and recovery in the Armed Forces community.
Maj Gen Lamont Kirkland, CEO TeamForces, said: ‘I am delighted that one of our longest standing supporters, NP Aerospace, has decided to renew as a Silver sponsor. Their increased investment, particularly in our good causes fund, is a strong sign of putting social responsibility at the forefront of their company values.’
James Kempston, CEO, NP Aerospace, stated: ‘As a manufacturer of life saving armour for military users, it is essential that we support our Armed Forces in their quest to improve wellbeing and recovery through sport and team building. We are pleased to be able to continue our work with Team Forces and other defence charities that champion serving personnel and veterans.’
NP Aerospace will be proudly supporting a range of activities across the Armed Forces sporting spectrum including equestrian, rugby, cricket, motorsports and rowing. In addition they will be donating to the Team Forces ‘ ‘good causes fund’ which offers grants to groups and communities wishing to undertake challenging, adventurous activities to help armed forces personnel, including WIS veterans.
About NP Aerospace
NP Aerospace is a global armour technology manufacturer and vehicle integrator with an extensive portfolio developed using ultra-lightweight, high performance materials. Its products protect the lives of servicemen and women, enhancing security and resilience in high threat environments.
The portfolio includes Ballistic Helmets and Shields, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Suits, Body Armour Plates and Composite Platform. NP Aerospace has integrated and supported over 2,000 military vehicles and supplied more than one million combat helmets and 250,000 body armour plates to NATO Allies.
The company is a strategic partner to the UK MOD having won a £63m Protected Mobility Engineering & Technical Support contract known as PMETS in January 2019 which covers the MOD’s fleet of 2,200 Protected Mobility Vehicles until 2024.