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Cairns steel fabricator business secures $720,000 manufacturing grant

CSF Industries, a prominent steel manufacturer based in Cairns, is poised for significant growth following the approval of a $720,000 manufacturing grant from the Queensland Government.

BAE Systems Australia trials laser scanning tech at Osborne Naval Shipyard

BAE Systems Australia has completed the weeklong trials of a new laser scanning technology that can create 3D models of pipes found on the Hunter class frigate. 

BAE Systems’ Hunter Class Frigate Program passes preliminary design review

BAE Systems Australia’s Hunter Class Frigate Program has successfully completed its Preliminary Design Review, which looked into the operational effectiveness of the program’s design. 

Australia to boost sovereign shipbuilding capability with new Austal partnership

The Australian Government is boosting the nation’s shipbuilding capability and Western Australia’s defence industry through a new strategic partnership with Austal Limited. 

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. 

Austal wins $143M contract to build LCU class craft for US Navy

Shipbuilding company Austal USA has secured a $143.4 million US Navy contract to construct three Landing Craft Utility (LCU) 1700 class craft. 

Austal reports EBIT loss but retains record $11.6b order book

Global shipbuilder Austal announced its FY2023 financial results, reporting a $4.8 million loss in Earnings Before Interest and Tax (EBIT), which is consistent with the previously advised earnings projection issued last month.

VEEM secures new Singapore shipbuilding client, to supply gyrostabilisers for vessels

Australian marine systems manufacturer VEEM Limited has executed an agreement with Singapore-based Strategic Marine for the latter to employ small and medium size VEEM gyrostabilisers exclusively on the vessels it builds. 

Australian-made ferries to be deployed in Parramatta River in NSW

The NSW government has tapped Richardson Devine Marine Shipbuilders for the construction of seven new Parramatta Class ferries. 

Austal unveils new AI toolset DeepMorpher for rapid digital prototyping of ship hulls

Austal Australia has introduced its new artificial intelligence toolset, DeepMorpher, to help its Australian designers explore broader design spaces while significantly reducing resource requirements for complex ship hull optimisation routines. 
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