WELCOME TO DISPOSALS AND SALES
The mission of the Australian Military Sales Office (AMSO) is to support Australian defence industry, Defence and the Australian Government by increasing industry sales and export opportunities, improving Australia’s domestic capabilities in the Defence sector, and strengthening Australia’s alliance with other countries through a program of foreign engagement, export facilitation and disposals activity.
The mission of Disposals and Sales (DAS) is to maximise benefit to the Commonwealth derived from equipment disposed of by Defence, and to do so in as open, fair and equitable manner as is possible while achieving the best return for the Commonwealth and Defence. DAS:
- • Provides a Defence centre of expertise in the disposals function
- • Provides a Defence centre of expertise for Government to Government sales of Australian Defence Force equipment.
- • Operates a Defence Help Desk on Major Disposals
- • Will establish support tools and service panels for Major Disposals by December 2013
- • Facilitates disposals of Major Items as required
- • Monitors disposals actions within the Defence Organisation against prescribed disposal policy objectives
- • Obtains Ministerial and other higher level approvals as required
Disposals and Sales
Defence Plaza – Sydney
270 Pitt Street
SYDNEY NSW 2000
Help Desk firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone 02 9393 2914Fax 02 9393 3542
Up to 12,000 Army non-combat vehicles and trailers are to be sold through Australian National Disposals (trading as Australian Frontline Machinery).
Vehicles for sale include the Army Land Rovers, Mack trucks, Unimogs, motorcycles, trailers and all terrain vehicles.
The first vehicle sales are expected to begin March 2013 and will progressively be sold as the vehicles are retired from the Army over the next decade.
Please note that DAS is no longer registering interest for this sale opportunity. All previous registrations have been forwarded to Australian National Disposals.
Interested parties should contact Australian National Disposals directly to obtain further details and to register interest. Please visit the company’s website: http://www.australianfrontlinemachinery.com.au/
The Minister for Defence Materiel has directed that a number of vehicles be reserved and offered to heritage organisations. These vehicles will be unsuitable for operational use. This is due to a number of factors, including the age (up to 30 years old in some cases) and reliability of the vehicles. While the disposal strategy will not be finalised until mid to late 2013, organisations can register interest for a static display vehicle with DAS at email@example.com