Calian Expands with Mabway Acquisition

19 June 2024

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To expand Calian’s range of training solutions and to establish a larger presence in the United Kingdom, Calian acquired Mabway for up to $41m. Mabway supports large military exercises with role-playing environments that simulate real-world situations, and also delivers technical and engineering education for maritime forces. With over a decade of experience supporting British Army training exercises, the acquisition of Mabway brings new capabilities and new possibilities for Calian in the British, European and Middle East defence markets.

Calian is also winning contracts with existing clients to continue providing exercise and training support. Recently, the Calian team won a contract for a long-term contract at the NATO Joint Force Training Centre in Bydgoszcz, Poland to support the LOYAL LEDA series of exercises. Calian was selected to provide a team to support master events list and main events list strategy, incident development and scripting workshops, and providing direct support to the exercise control training and execution phases. Calian will provide subject matter experts with experience from a range of backgrounds including government, non-governmental organizations (NGO), and international organizations. Calian has delivered support the LOYAL LEDA exercises since 2020 and are pleased to be continuing this legacy of delivery.

Calian also expanded into new areas of work for NATO in 2024, winning a contract with NATO Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE) to develop and conduct chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) training, with evaluation and training support components. This project will support NATO’s CBRN defence capability by improving readiness in the case of major conflict.


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