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Get access to latest Estonia defence tenders and bids. Find business opportunities and government contracts for Estonia defence tenders, Estonia defence contracts, global Estonia defence tenders, Estonia defence procurement, Estonia army tenders, Estonia navy tenders, Estonia air force tenders, Estonia military tenders, Estonia defence agency tenders, Estonia arms ammunition tenders, Estonia weapons tenders, Estonia defence ICBs. Find Estonia defence bids, tenders, procurement, RFPs, RFQs, ICBs. The economy of Estonia is an advanced economy and the country is a member of the European Union and of the eurozone. On 1 January 2011, Estonia adopted the euro and became the 17th eurozone member state. The privatisation of state-owned firms is virtually complete, with only the port and the main power plants remaining in government hands. In the second quarter of 2013, the average monthly gross wage in Estonia was €976. This figure has grown consistently to €1,310 as of 2018 and to €1,586 as of June 2021. Estonia is nearly energy-independent, supplying over 90% of its electricity needs with locally mined oil shale. Alternative energy sources such as wood, peat, and biomass make up approximately 9% of primary energy production. Estonia imports needed petroleum products from western Europe and Russia. Oil shale energy, telecommunications, textiles, chemical products, banking, services, food and fishing, timber, shipbuilding, electronics, and transportation are key sectors of the economy. The ice-free port of Muuga, near Tallinn, is a modern facility featuring good transshipment capability, a high-capacity grain elevator, chill/frozen storage, and brand-new oil tanker off-loading capabilities. The railroad serves as a conduit between the West, Russia, and other points to the East. Estonia today is mainly influenced by developments in Finland, Russia, Sweden and Germany – the four main trade partners. The government has significantly increased its spending on innovation since 2016, with €304 million aimed to stimulate research and development in 2017. The arms industry is a global industry which manufactures and sells weapons and military technology. It consists of a commercial industry involved in the research and development, engineering, production, and servicing of military material, equipment, and facilities. Arms-producing companies, or as the military industry, produce arms for the armed forces of states and for civilians. Departments of government also operate in the arms industry, buying and selling weapons, munitions and other military items. An arsenal is a place where arms and ammunition - whether privately or publicly owned - are made, maintained and repaired, stored, or issued, in any combination. Products of the arms industry include guns, artillery, ammunition, missiles, military aircraft, military vehicles, ships, electronic systems, night-vision devices, holographic weapon sights, laser rangefinders, laser sights, hand grenades, landmines and more. The arms industry also provides other logistical and operational support. The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) estimated military expenditures as of 2018 at $1822 billion. Part of the money goes to the procurement of military hardware and services from the military industry. The five largest exporters in 2014–18 were the United States, Russia, France, Germany and China whilst the five biggest importers were Saudi Arabia, India, Egypt, Australia and Algeria. Many industrialized countries have a domestic arms-industry to supply their own military forces. Some countries also have a substantial legal or illegal domestic trade in weapons for use by their own citizens, primarily for self-defense, hunting or sporting purposes. Governments award contracts to supply their country's military; such arms contracts can become of substantial political importance. Various corporations, some publicly held, others private, bid for these contracts, which are often worth many billions of dollars.

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Summary:
Firearm Accessories And Accessories
Sector:
Defence
Country:
Estonia
 
Notice Type:
Tender Notice
Deadline:
23 Feb 2023
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