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Launching Australia’s first digital shipbuilding class

Media Release Australia is launching its first digital shipbuilding course to ensure the nation’s workforce is ready to tackle the $35 billion Hunter Class frigates...

Dassault Systèmes to build virtual shipyard in SA

French software company Dassault Systèmes has signed an agreement with South Australian engineering firm LogiCamms for the so-called virtual shipyard program. Top representatives from the...

ASC workers take protected industrial action in Adelaide

Workers at Adelaide-based shipbuilder ASC have decided to take industrial action after the Federal Government-owned Corporation failed to negotiate a satisfactory enterprise agreement with...

Great news for Spain, bad for Australia – Navantia is the preferred tenderer for...

Spain’s Navantia has been selected as the preferred tenderer for the two replacement replenishment vessels for the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). The replenishment ship programme...

ASC boosts performance on submarine maintenance after cutting 45 trade jobs from AWD

Last week, Australian shipbuilder ASC announced plans to cut 45 trade jobs from the Air Warfare Destroyer Project. In a media release, the company said...

Austal awarded $53.5m US Navy contract

Shipbuilder Austal has been awarded a US$53.5 million contract to procure materials for a new vessel for the US Navy. Under the terms of the...

Shipbuilder ASC named Company of the Year by WTIA

The Welding Technology Institute of Australia (WTIA) has named shipbuilder ASC Company of the Year for its work on the air warfare destroyer (AWD) program. The...

Austal prepares to launch 1st of two support vessels for Royal Navy of Oman

Australian shipbuilder Austal has announced that preparations have begun for the official launch of the first of two high-speed support vessels (HSSVs) on order...

Incat secures large ship building contract for Danish Mols-Linien A/S

Tasmanian shipbuilder Incat Tasmania Pty Ltd has announced that it has won a contract to build a large fast vehicle ferry for Danish company...

Tasmanian Incat lands $50m contract to build 6 new ferries for Sydney Harbour  

Hobart-based shipbuilder Incat has announced that it has won a $50 million contract to build 6 new ferries for Sydney Harbour. In a media release,...
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