Construction and shipbuilding activities at the National Naval Shipbuilding Enterprise continue at a rapid pace at Henderson shipyard.
Raytheon Australia has been selected as the new capability life cycle manager for the Royal Australian Navy’s Arafura-class offshore patrol vessels.
Britton Maritime Systems was awarded the contract to build 12 Gemini seaboats for the newest Cape-class patrol boats.
Prototyping is underway at the Osborne shipyard in Adelaide for the Royal Australian Navy’s Hunter-class frigate program.
Australian businesses will soon have the opportunity to tender for work on new maritime underwater tracking ranges to be built in Western Australia.
Non-combustible panelling that can withstand temperatures up to 1000 degrees Celsius is set to be installed in Navy vessels.
A Gold Coast business, which was started in a garage 20 years ago, has been selected to participate in the Hunter-class frigate program.
Rohde & Schwarz is supporting its workforce to deliver the cutting-edge capability required by the Navy.
ASC Shipbuilding held a live webinar to update local suppliers on the Hunter-class Frigate Program.
With a work trip to the UK ending early because of COVID-19, and after two weeks of self-isolation, Chen Xu is happy to be back at work.
The Naval Shipbuilding Enterprise could provide a jobs lifeline for hundreds of skilled workers who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Construction has begun on the first offshore patrol vessel to be built in Western Australia.