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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...

Austal USA celebrates christening of US Navy’s 14th littoral combat ship

Global defence contractor Austal has celebrated the christening of US Navy’s 14th littoral combat ship (LCS) – the future USS Manchester – at an...

US Navy to fund construction of one additional Littoral Combat Ship

Global defence contractor Austal has announced that the US Navy has funded the construction of one additional Littoral Combat Ship (LCS). Austal CEO Andrew Bellamy...

Austal USA wins LCS services contract

Global defence contractor Austal Limited has been awarded a US$13.97 million modification to a previously awarded Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) contract by the US...

Austal USA secures US$14m in additional LCS sustainment orders

Global Defence contractor Austal Limited has been awarded US$14.656 million modifications to a previously awarded Littoral Combat Ship (LCD) contract by the US Department...

Austal lands $US198m LCS support contract

Austal USA, the American arm of Australian shipbuilder Austal Limited, has been awarded a contract for US$51,684,797 to its 11-ship $3.5 billion Littoral Combat...

Prime Minister Abbott visits Austal’s shipyard in WA

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott visited Austal’s Western Australian Shipyard on Friday in a tour that included the inspection of the construction of two...

Ship builder Austal delivers second LCS to US Navy

Ship manufacturer Austal has announced that it has successfully delivered the Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) Coronado 4 to the US Navy on Friday, after...
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