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Austal wins multiple contracts totaling more than A$300m

Australian shipbuilder Austal has secured several new contracts that will “diversify the company’s long-term revenue base while utilising its shipbuilding and support expertise”. Under the...

Austal to build two more ECCPB’s for Navy

The Department of Defence has placed an order for an additional two Evolved Cape-class Patrol Boats (ECCPB’s) from Austal for $124 million. Austal CEO Paddy...

Austal delivers 1st of six Evolved Cape-class patrol boats

Austal Australia has successfully delivered the first of six Evolved Cape-class Patrol Boats (ECCPB’s) to the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) at a ceremony held...

Austal Australia launches second Evolved Cape-class Patrol Boat

Austal Australia has successfully launched Hull 812, the second of six Evolved Cape-class Patrol Boats for the Royal Australian Navy. The ship was launched at...

$50m defence skills boost announced

The Federal Government has awarded a $50 million contract to a Victorian education and training provider to provide specialty skills training for the Defense...

Indigenous company secures $7m Defence contract 

Indigenous construction company Tiwi Partners has secured a $7 million contract to deliver an explosive ordnance storage facility at RAAF Base Darwin. The contract will...

EM Solutions secures $15m orders from NATO navies

Electro Optic Systems’ Brisbane-based subsidiary EM Solutions has recently received a series of orders to supply its new 2-metre Fleet Satellite Communications Terminals to...

Austal cuts metal on a new Cape-class patrol boat for RAN

Austal Australia has ‘cut metal’ on the third of six new Cape-class patrol boats to be constructed for the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) as...

Australia, UK ink frigate agreement

Australia and the United Kingdom (UK) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to cooperate on building and delivering the next generation of world-leading...

Cirrus Real Time Processing Systems to supply high-tech training systems to Defence

Award-winning defence software company Cirrus Real Time Processing Systems has secured a $7.5 million contract to improve the Royal Australian Navy’s training system capacity. The...
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