Stork builds parts for fighter jets.
DAF generally produces trucks, and also sells trucks to the military.
And I also feel that the 2nd half of your statement is misleading, as well: that "the West" somehow directs aid at dictators. 1st, the democratic values of the recipient of arms is not as big of a factor as the criteria I described above, 2nd, when it is, then the West would prefer to not arm dictators. But sometimes you're choosing between monarchist Saudi Arabia and theocratic Iran, and the Russians are already arming one of them (via Syria), so...
On the other hand if you consider US arms exports, the majority go to democracies in Europe, Asia, Oceania and the Americas. A smaller but still substantial portion goes to assorted monarchies around the Middle East. A tiny portion goes to various countries in Africa. The USA's biggest customer is also Saudi Arabia, but they only account for 12% of sales not 48.
I feel like I've properly arrived on jetpunk now I've had a long winded telling off from kalahamabut.
But yes, there's massive industries all across the west (and other empires) which profit off conflict and there has been for centuries, to pretend otherwise is absurd.
In other news, the majority of the US' clients are countries that are trying to defend themselves, like Taiwan and Israel, or Europe. In fact, they throw a hissy fit when the US decides to stop throwing weapons at them. Interesting how Russia and the PRC get no flack for their clients, which consist mainly of terrorist Islamist states, Communist shitholes, African tinpot dictators....