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Australia’s ports pioneer new recycling effort for international ships

The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) and the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF) are conducting a trial to bolster recycling efforts for international ships docking at Australian ports.

Incat Tasmania partners with DFDS to design next-gen electric-hybrid ferry

Incat Tasmania announced its collaboration with Danish Shipping and Logistics Company DFDS to conduct a design study for a state-of-the-art electric-hybrid ferry.

US mission amplifies AUKUS gains for WA defence

The WA Government recently finished a global mission to expand opportunities for the state's defence industry and demonstrate its role in strengthening the AUKUS alliance, particularly in maritime technology, cyber security, unmanned systems, and space.

ARC’s training centre pioneers vessel efficiency boost

The Australian Research Council (ARC) has launched the ARC Training Centre for Biofilm Research and Innovation in Adelaide in a push to enhance vessel efficiency.

Austal, Harland & Wolff Group partner to bring shipbuilding capabilities in UK

Austal Australia has signed a memorandum of understanding with maritime defence manufacturing company Harland & Wolff Group to pursue shipbuilding opportunities in the United Kingdom. 

South Australia’s defence capabilities to take centre stage at Indo Pacific 2023

More than 80 companies are set to represent South Australia’s defence industry at the international maritime exhibition, Indo Pacific 2023, in Sydney from 7 to 9 November. 

L3Harris wins $328M contract for Australian maritime underwater tracking ranges

The Australian Department of Defence announced the awarding of a contract valued at up to $328 million to L3Harris Technologies to deliver new Maritime Underwater Tracking Ranges (MUTR) for the Royal Australian Navy (RAN).

Orbital delivers new engine prototypes to Textron Systems for evaluation

Perth-based Orbital Corporation has delivered the first new engine prototypes for the second engine program with Textron Systems, one of the world’s largest suppliers of tactical unmanned aerial vehicles (TUAVs).

Defence invests $110m in undersea support vessel for future ops

The Australian Government announced that it has procured a dedicated Undersea Support Vessel for the Australian Defence Force (ADF) in a push to enhance maritime capability.

Calix unveils Windship-Leilac partnership funding for zero carbon shipping goal

Technology company Calix announced that Innovate UK has given £5 million (AUD $8.7 million) to a project managed by Windship Technology in collaboration with Leilac, Calix's 93 per cent owned subsidiary dedicated to the decarbonisation of cement and lime. 

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