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Australia’s future submarines and frigates must be built by Australian-owned builder, Defence Industry Minister...

South Australian Defence Industries Minister Hamilton-Smith has once again reiterated that the $89 billion 12-submarine and nine-frigate program must be built by an Australian-owned...

Australia’s Future Program Office opens in France

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has officially opened Australia's Future Submarine Office in Cherbourg, France. The office, which was named “Hughes House” after late Rear Admiral...

Techstars opens defence and security startup accelerator in Adelaide

Colorado-based startup accelerator Techstars has increases its global footprint with the opening of its first Asia-pacific accelerator in Adelaide, the state capital of South...

Australia and France sign inter-governmental agreement for the Future Submarines project

Australia and France have formally signed an agreement that establishes a framework for the development of the Royal Australian Navy’s new fleet of submarines. Australia’s...

DCNS selects Keswick as site for its Australian HQ

French shipbuilder DCNS has established its Australian headquarters in Keswick as it prepares to commence work on South Australia’s $50 billion Future Submarine Program. The...

SA companies set to compete for lucrative subs work

DCNS, the Australian Government’s preferred international partner for the design of 12 Future Submarines, is holding a high level Future Submarine Industry Briefing at...

WA defence industry’s capability to be discussed in Europe next week

WA Commerce Minister Michael Mischin will visit key shipbuilders and designers in Europe next week to promote the State's capacity to take part in...

SA’s defence industry must earn its share of future defence contracts, Minister says

South Australia’s defence industry and small business sector must “get organised and strategic” to land lucrative contracts on future defence contracts, according to Minister...

Quickstep delivers positive results in 2016 on the back of strong aerospace manufacturing performance

Leading composite manufacturer Quickstep has announced a $50.1 million revenue for the financial year ended 30 June, an increase of 27% from the $39.5...

ASC upgrades ‘virtual shipyard’ in preparation for work on Australia’s Future Submarine project

Australian submarine builder ASC will upgrade its Dassault Systèmes ENOVIA application to the 3DEXPERIENCE platform - a virtual design, functional mock up, collaboration, Product...
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