Danish company Hydrema makes mine-clearing vehicles like this one and has landed a contract with the U.S. Army.

Hydrema, a Danish company that has its North American sales office in Atlanta, has landed a U.S. Army contract for mine-clearing vehicles that could be worth as much as $168 million.

Hydrema, headquartered in Stovring, Denmark, was founded in 1959 and is known for its excavating equipment. It currently sells mine-sweeping vehicles to other NATO countries and the U.S. Air Force. The new U.S. Army contract  includes training of Army personnel and maintenance of the vehicles. 

The vehicles, manufactured in Europe, will be delivered in the new few months, the company said in a news release. For more information, click here.