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UGL, Navantia Australia team up for LAND 8710 Phase 1

Navantia Australia and CIMIC Group’s UGL are partnering to jointly bid for the Australian Army’s LCM-8 replacement project, LAND 8710-1 Littoral Manoeuvre Vessel Medium...

Defence, Naval Group boost Australian industry involvement in the Government’s $50bn Future Submarine Program

Defence and Naval Group have concluded negotiations for the amendments to the Strategic Partnering Agreement for the Federal Government’s Future Submarine Program, signed in...

Government unveils Infantry Fighting Vehicle contenders

Rheinmetall Defence Australia and Hanwha Defense Australia have been officially unveiled in Canberra as contenders for the $18.1 – $27.1 billion LAND 400 Phase...

Naval Group Australia inks subcontracts for Attack-class submarine batteries

Adelaide-based PMB Defence and Greek company Systems Sunlight have been subcontracted by Naval Group Australia to develop designs of the main storage batteries for the...

Defence announces Risk Mitigation Activity contracts for Land 400 Phase 3 program

Hanwha Defence Australia and Rheinmetall Defence Australia, two companies selected to progress to the next stage of LAND 400 Phase 3, have inked Risk...

Signature of MoU between Naval Group Pacific and MacTaggart Scott

Media Release Naval Group and MacTaggart Scott Australia (MTSA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding during PACIFIC 2019 in the frame of Naval Group Pacific countermeasures...
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