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Austal Australia awarded contract for two additional naval patrol boats

Austal Australia has been awarded a contract extension for the construction of two additional Evolved Cape-class Patrol Boats for the Royal Australian Navy.

Report: Lockheed Martin bolsters Australia’s defence, national economy

Lockheed Martin Australia’s efforts to boost Australia’s sovereign defence capability have resulted in significant economic benefits for the country, according to a report from Deloitte Access Economics. 

Thales Australia wins $50M contract for naval dock ops, maintenance

The Australian Government has partnered with Thales Australia to oversee the operation and maintenance of the Captain Cook Graving Dock in Sydney in a move to enhance the country’s sovereign industrial base and bolster defence capability.

AML3D inks prototype part manufacture deal with BAE Systems Maritime Australia

Metal additive manufacturing AML3D has signed a manufacturing contract with BAE Systems Maritime Australia (BAESMA) to provide a test part intended for the Hunter class frigates for the Royal Australian Navy.

Axiom Precision Manufacturing to provide ground support equipment for Kongsberg’s naval strike missile

Axiom Precision Manufacturing announced its latest contract agreement with Kongsberg Defence Australia (KDAu) for the production and supply of ground support equipment designed for the Naval Strike Missile (NSM) under SEA 1300 Phase 1 - Navy Guided Weapons.

South Australian-made offshore patrol vessel unveiled at Osborne

The South Australian government has launched the second Arafura class Offshore Patrol Vessel (OPV) built in the state, marking a significant milestone for shipbuilding at the Osborne Naval Shipyard. 

Thales wins $2 billion contract to maintain Australian naval fleet

Defence manufacturing giant Thales Australia has secured a $2 billion contract to maintain and sustain Australia’s naval fleet in Sydney. 

WA gov’t inks deal with top nuclear submarine manufacturer to bolster maritime defence industry

The Western Australian Government has inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Huntington Ingalls Industries, the world's largest manufacturer of nuclear-powered submarines.

Austal, Civmec, Navantia Australia collaborate to offer corvettes to Navy

Austal, Civmec, and Navantia Australia have established a partnership aimed at delivering six corvettes to address the Navy’s need for increased strike capability. 

Nuclear-powered submarine training in the UK boosts Australian industry skills

The Deputy Prime Minister of Australia Richard Marles has convened with the UK Secretary of State for Defence Grant Shapps, during a visit to Rolls Royce's nuclear reactor manufacturing facility in Derby.
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