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Global Navy MRO Market Research Published

The Maintenance, Repair & Operations (MRO) of naval vessels worldwide is the subject of a new ReportLinker market survey. The report offers insight into the Naval Vessels MRO market with current and forecast market values, and an understanding of the key drivers and attractiveness parameters of the golobal MRO market. Synopsis This report provides readers with a comprehensive analysis of the Naval Vessels MRO market through 2012-2022, including highlights of the demand drivers and growth stimulators for Naval Vessels MRO. It also provides an insight on the spending pattern and modernization pattern in different regions around the world. Summary The global naval vessels MRO market is estimated to value US$4.8 billion in 2012 and increase at a CAGR of 9.68% during the forecast period to reach its peak of US$12.1 billion by 2022. To order this report, click here.


FRUKUS Naval Exercise Wraps Up

The multinational training exercise FRUKUS 2012 came to an end with a closing ceremony in St. Petersburg, Russia FRUKUS is an annual exercise aimed at improving maritime security through an open dialogue and increased training between the navies of France, Russia, United Kingdom and United States.
 During the port visit, sailors from French naval vessel De Grasse (D612), Russian naval vessel Yaroslav Mudriy (727), British naval vessel HMS York (D98)


MAAG to Supply Gearboxes for IZAR-Built Norwegian Naval Vessels

Danish engineering group FLS Industries on Tuesday said its Swiss-based MAAG unit won a 120 million crown ($13.8 million) order to supply gearbox systems to a Spanish shipbuilding group. The order is for five high efficiency, ultra-low noise combined diesel and gas turbine propulsion gearbox systems to be installed in frigates to be built for the Norwegian navy by Spanish shipbuilder IZAR, one of the world's leading producers of naval vessels, FLS said in a statement.


Cutters Assist in Naval Vessel Protection Zone

Coast Guard crews from the CGC Cobia and a Marine Safety Office Port Arthur, Texas, small boat are performing escort duties today for the USNS Britton, a military cargo vessel, at the port of Beaumont, Texas, as it relocates military resources in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. The crews are responsible for enforcing the Naval Vessel Protection Zone in the port, which requires all vessels to keep a distance of 100 yards from all naval vessels and operate at minimum speeds when


First Maritime Force Protection Unit is Commissioned at Kings Bay

The U.S. Coast Guard commissioned the Maritime Force Protection Unit (MFPU) July 24 at Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay. The unit, the first of its kind, was officially activated during a formal commissioning ceremony presided over by Vice Adm. D. Brian Peterman, commander of the Coast Guard's Atlantic Area. “This is a new and unique mission,” Peterman said during his commissioning remarks. He also praised the Navy for helping develop training


This Day in Naval History - June 26

From the Navy News Service 1884 - Congress authorizes commissioning of graduates as Ensigns. 1918 - Marine brigade captures . 1959 - Twenty-eight naval vessels sail from Atlantic to Great Lakes, marking the formal opening of to seagoing ships. 1962 - Naval Hatteras makes first Sound Surveillance System (SOSUS) detection of a Soviet diesel submarine. 1973 - Navy Task Force 78 completes minesweeping of North Vietnamese ports


ADSB Launches Navy Vessel

Abu Dhabi Ship Building launched its first Naval export order, a landing craft for the Royal Navy of Oman. It is the first time that a vessel for a Gulf Cooperation Council country has been built by another member of the regional grouping. The launching ceremony, at ADSB’s Musaffah (Abu Dhabi) shipyard, was attended by senior officers from the Oman and UAE navies. The 64 m landing craft, named Al Munassir, has been designed locally with special features to meet the Oman Navy’s operational


Putin Calls for Shipbuilding Plan

President Vladimir Putin asked for a government plan by October to enable the nation's shipbuilders to compete with countries including South Korea, the world's biggest shipbuilder. Russia "must find niches where it will be most competitive," Putin reportedly told a government meeting in Moscow August 1, according to The Moscow Times. Building ships, rigs and naval vessels offers "serious niches" for Russia, he said. (Source: The Moscow


NASSCO Awarded T-AKE 10 Funds

General Dynamics, National Steel and Shipbuilding Company, San Diego, Calif., is being awarded a $100,000,000 fixed-price-incentive modification under previously awarded contract (N00024-02-C-2300) to exercise an option for long lead time material and associated labor for the 10th ship of the T-AKE 1-Class (T-AKE 10).The contractor will perform material sourcing, material ordering, vendor interface, and material quality assurance


Imtech Receives Contract

Imtech N.V., a technical service provider in Europe, has been commissioned by the Jan De Nul Groep and the wharf Schelde Marine Bouw to automate a number of dredgers and naval vessels. The Imtech Marine & Offshore division acquired the orders, worth a total of $15 million. Commissioned by the Jan De Nul Groep, Imtech is responsible for the on-board integrated dredging automation and instrumentation, navigation and communications for two 11,300 m³ Trailing Suction Hopper Dredgers


Moroccan Frigate Docked for Maintenance

Tarik Ben Ziyad in drydock, ready for repairs (Photo: Damen)

Dutch-built, multi-mission naval vessel at Damen Shiprepair Brest for first scheduled docking The Royal Moroccan Navy’s frigate Tarik BenZiyad has returned to the Damen Shipyards Group for its first routine drydocking after three years of operation


Kongsberg Maritime Launches K-Sim Navigation

K-Sim Navigation features an advanced physical engine and state-of-the-art hydrodynamic modelling.

Kongsberg Maritime has unveiled its latest generation ship’s bridge simulator, K-Sim Navigation, which meets the requirements of the most demanding navigation training for merchant, offshore and naval vessels. Designed for the future of advanced and integrated simulation training


Australia Monitoring Russian Naval Vessels

The Australian Defense Force said it is monitoring Russian naval vessels that are currently transiting through international waters to the north of Australia. In accordance with international law, Defiance has been monitoring the Russian vessels


Hatteland Display Celebrates 25 Years

Hatteland Displays Series X (Image courtesy of Hatteland Display)

On November 1, 2014, Hatteland Display celebrated its 25th anniversary as a supplier of maritime displays and computers. From the early days in 1989 and up until today, the company has delivered more than 200,000 products to system integrators worldwide


SSI Speaks in Washington about LCS Program Cuts

Image courtesy SSI

SSI USA Director of Operations Patrick Roberts recently had meetings with U.S. senators, congressmen and navy brass to discuss the upcoming Pentagon Department of Defense Budget as it relates to the U.S. Navy shipbuilding programs. It was noted that Roberts' position is somewhat unique in that


Rolls-Royce congratulates US Navy on christening of USS Zumwalt

Rolls-Royce congratulated the US Navy on the christening of the USS Zumwalt, the first of its new and highly sophisticated DDG 1000 multi-mission destroyer class of ship. The 600 foot long all-electric ship was christened by sponsors Ann Zumwalt and Mouzetta Zumwalt-Weathers at Bath Iron Works in


Australian Submarine Hunted By Five Powers

Australian submarine hunted by five powers

  Royal Australian Navy submarine, HMAS Sheean, has been hunted from the air and sea as part of Exercise Bersama Shield off the Malay Peninsular.  Exercise Bersama Shield is designed to enhance the interoperability of Five Power Defence Arrangement member nations


Today in U.S. Naval History: June 26

U.S. Navy destroyer USS Warrington (DD-843) on the St. Lawrence Seaway in 1959 (Official U.S. Department of Defense photograph)

Today in U.S. Naval History - June 26 1884 - Congress authorizes commissioning of Naval Academy graduates as ensigns 1918 - Marine brigade captures Belleau Wood 1959 - Twenty-eight Naval vessels sail from Atlantic to Great Lakes, marking the formal opening of Saint Lawrence Seaway to


Marinevac Adds New Operator in Florida

Marinevac, specialists in the cleaning of vacuum toilet systems on board private and commercial vessels of all sizes ranging from yachts to cruise ships and naval vessels, announce new links with GC Marine Inc. and Pines Marine Consulting LLC, both established businesses in Fort Lauderdale, Florida


DSME Gets UK Shipyard Consulting Contract

Portsmouth Naval Shipyard UK: File photo

S. Korea's DSME says it is to provide naval vessel production and management consulting services for British defense company BAE. Under the terms of the agreement, DSME will conduct investigations on 11 areas of shipyard operations for BAE Systems Surface Ships Ltd


Barge Operator Fined for Releasing Dangerous Gas

The operator of a Portsmouth-based barge has today been made to pay almost £111,000 in fines and costs after pleading guilty to a breach of maritime legislation. Serco Ltd. admitted an offence at Portsmouth Crown Court in relation to the health and safety of workers aboard the barge 1706


Australia, US Order Anti-ship Missile Decoys

According to BAE Systems, Nulka is the world’s most effective anti-ship missile defense (Photo courtesy of BAE Systems)

Design of the next generation of anti-ship missile decoys is set to commence following the signing of two contracts between the Australian Defense Force and BAE Systems Australia Pty Ltd. Defense Materiel Organization Chief Executive Officer Warren King said the contracts represented continued


Dyrad Releases Latest Piracy Statistics

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UK-based maritime intelligence provider, Dryad Maritime has released its Q3 maritime crime figures which show that piracy is continuing across the globe at similar levels to Q2, with incidents of cargo theft in Southeast Asia continuing to rise.  


Maritime Crime Continues Growth in Southeast Asia

U.K. maritime intelligence provider, Dryad Maritime released its Q3 maritime crime figures which show that piracy is continuing across the globe at similar levels to Q2, with incidents of cargo theft in Southeast Asia continuing to rise. Dryad’s figures show a 27% drop in crime overall


Fincantieri & Vittoria Shipyard Join Forces

Fincantieri, heir to the great tradition of Italian shipbuilding and one of the largest shipbuilding groups in the world,

During the 24th edition of Euronaval, the most prestigious event in the world for naval defense, Fincantieri, one of the major shipbuilding groups worldwide, and Vittoria Shipyard, located in Adria (Rovigo), specialized in naval vessels, and cargo ships up to 100 meters in length






 
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