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US Navy taps Austal USA for $226 million additional T-ATS ships

Shipbuilder Austal Limited’s US unit has secured a $225.5 million contract with the US Navy to construct two Navajo-class Towing, Salvage, and Rescue ships...

Austal announces another US Navy deal

The US Navy has exercised a A$324.6 million fixed–priced incentive (firm target) contract option with Austal USA for the detail design and construction of...

Austal USA wins US$44m contract to develop autonomous capability in EPF 13

Austal's US subsidiary, Austal USA, has been awarded a US$44 million contract modification for the design, procurement, production implementation and demonstration of autonomous capability...

Another Austal-built vessel completes acceptance trials

Austal has announced that the future USNS Burlingon, Expeditionary Fast Transport (EPF 10) successfully completed acceptance trials in the Gulf of Mexico. The trial, which...

Austal wins new US Navy contract

Austal has announced that it has been awarded a $15 million contract by the US Department of Defence for the Guided Missile Frigate FFG(X)...

Austal pledges to continue innovation development and investment in WA

Austal Limited has attended the first forum hosted by the Government of Western Australia’s new Innovation Minister, Mr Bill Marmion, in preparation for the...
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