Tenix Defence Systems Pty Ltd.

Type of activity:
Armoured Vehicles

Nelson House
Nelson Place

Phone: +61 2 9963 9600
Fax: +61 2 9963 9690

Tenix Defence Land Division (Tenix) is a leader in commercial support and Army vehicle maintenance, with proven capabilities for design, assembly, modification and maintenance of all land-based military and commercial vehicles. Tenix provides logistic and through life support to all major in-service Australian Defence Force (ADF) vehicles in Australia and Garrison Services to key Military bases within Australia.

Tenix owns and operates specialist manufacturing sites designed to facilitate production line assembly of high hard steel armour fabrication and painting to customer specifications. Current projects including upgrading Australian M113 including building a new logistic vehicle variant, the Tenix S600, Commercial Armoured Vehicles and Land Mine Protection Kits.

Tenix offers complete project management from design through to delivery of the completed product and continuing Through Life Support (TLS). Tenix Defence Land Division is an ISO 9001: certified company and CMMI level 2. See for more information.

ASRAD-R (Anti-aircraft defence turret)
M113 AS3 (Modernization of the vehicle)
S600 (Wheeled armoured personnel carrier)
Shorland S53 (Airborne combat vehicle)
Shorland S52 (Reconnaissance Vehicle)
Shorland S54 (Reconnaissance Vehicle)
Shorland S55 (Wheeled armoured personnel carrier)
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Successful Firing of Area Denial Weapon System by Defense Consortium (14.07.2005)

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