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Defence Industry Minister cuts metal on new Cape-class patrol vessel for Navy

Australia’s Defence Industry Minister Melissa Price officially ‘cut metal’ on the second of six new Cape-class patrol boats to be constructed by Austal Australia...

Industry and researchers invest $4M to develop world-leading shipbuilding manufacturing technologies

Australia’s Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (IMCRC), the University of South Australia (UniSA) and BAE Systems Australia’s subsidiary, ASC Shipbuilding, are investing more than $4million in...

Austal to build six cape-class patrol vessels for RAN

Austal Australia has won a A$324 million contract to design and construct six evolved Cape-class Patrol Boats (CCPBs) for the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). Based...

Construction begins on Australia’s third Arafura class OPV

Construction has commenced on the third Offshore Patrol Vessel (OPV), part of the Government’s $90 billion Continuous Naval Shipbuilding Program which aims to improve...

Raytheon secures new Defence contract

Raytheon Australia has inked a six-year agreement with Defence to provide combat system engineering support services to the Royal Australian Navy.  Defence Minister Linda Reynolds said...

Development application submitted for Future Submarine construction yard

In a major development of the Future Submarine Program, Defence Industry Minister Christopher Pyne has announced that a Development Application has been submitted for...

BAE Systems selected to build Australia’s nine Future Frigates

BAE Systems has been selected by the Australian Government as the preferred tenderer to deliver nine Future Frigates for the Royal Australian Navy as...

SAAB wins OPV subcontract

Lürssen Australia has awarded a subcontract to Saab Australia to provide the Situational Awareness System for the Royal Australian Navy’s 12 new Offshore Patrol Vessels...

L3 wins Offshore Patrol Vessels contract

Lürssen Australia, the prime contractor for the Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPV) project, has selected L3 Communications Australia to support the delivery of the $4 billion...

Premier visits Lürssen to discuss OPV job potential for Western Australians

WA Premier Mark McGowan met with Lürssen representatives at the company's headquarters in Bremen to discuss future local job creation potential for Western Australia stemming...
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