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Todd Shipyards Wins Navy Contract

Todd Shipyards Corporation announced that the U.S. Navy has awarded to its wholly owned subsidiary, Todd Pacific Shipyards Corporation, a delivery order under its Multiple Award Contract in the amount of $5m for the in-drydock repairs and preservation of Caisson #4 at Drydock #2 at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Bremerton, Wash. Work will be accomplished by the Todd Pacific workforce and selected subcontractors commencing in August 2006 with completion scheduled for November 2006. The work includes interior and exterior preservation, structural repairs and miscellaneous maintenance items including ballast valve repairs.


Electric Boat Wins Navy Contract

General Dynamics, Electric Boat Corp., Groton, Conn., is being awarded a $25,375,000 firm-fixed-price delivery order under the previously awarded multiple award indefinite-delivery/ indefinite-quantity contract (MAC) (N00024-04-D-4408) for the preparation and accomplishment of the FY08 docking selected restricted availability of USS San Juan (SSN 751) at the Naval Submarine Base, New London, Conn. This contract includes options which, if exercised


SAIC Wins Navy Contract

Science Applications International Corp., San Diego, Calif., is being awarded a $10,438,103 indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, cost-plus-fixed-fee contract for research and development, test and evaluation in environmental technology and engineering, marine science, chemistry, biological science, information technology and management, advanced sensor development, environmental platform systems, decision support systems and ocean/harbor/coastal surveillance in support of the Advanced


Hawaiian Companies Win Navy Contract

C&S Services Inc., Waipahu, Hawaii; Marisco, Ltd., Kapolei, Hawaii; Pacific Shipyard International, LLC, Honolulu, Hawaii; Propulsion Controls Engineering Hawaii, Aiea, Hawaii; Q.E.D. Systems Inc., Virginia Beach, Va., are each being awarded a potential maximum of $15 million for indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts to provide repair, maintenance, and alteration to U.S. Government waterborne vessels and surface ship, visiting or homeported in the Hawaiian Islands


Oceaneering Wins Navy Contract

Oceaneering International, Inc., Hanover, Md., is being awarded a ceiling $45,000,000 indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for the technology development, system development and demonstration phases for the High Capacity Alongside Sea Base Sustainment Large Vessel Interface Lift On/Off HiCass LVI Lo/Lo). Work will be performed in Hanover, Md., and is expected to be completed in September 2010. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the


Moose Boats Wins Navy Contract

Moose Boats was awarded a new contract from the U.S. Navy for the construction of another Moose 340C Catamaran Patrol Boat. The contract totals approximately $475,000 and the boat is scheduled to be delivered in late 2005. The Moose 340C is a 37.5 ft. All-Aluminum Jet Powered Catamaran with twin Cummins 380 hp turbo diesels and is propelled by Hamilton 292 water jets. This vessel will be assigned to a station in the Norfolk, Virginia area


Titan Wins Navy Contract

Titan Corp., Mt. Laurel, N.J., is being awarded a $28,114,055 indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, cost-plus-fixed-fee, performance-based contract to provide integrated systems engineering support services to Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center, Charleston. The contractor shall provide services in systems engineering, program management support, integrated logistics, configuration data management, and security support for various departments of the Navy C4ISR (command, control


Winning PIcture of Ice Patrol Ship

The Winning Photo: Credit MOD

Pictures of the Royal Navy's ice patrol ship HMS Protector win Peregrine Trophy, the Royal Navy's annual photographic competition The awards ceremony for the competition took place at the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich last night, where the First Sea Lord, Admiral Sir Mark Stanhope, announced the winners. This year's entries included photos from naval photographers deployed in Afghanistan, and on counter-piracy operations and other operations both abroad and in the UK.


Navy Supports Louisiana’s Avondale Shipyard

According to a report from www.Nola.com, the Navy announced a series of initiatives on Sept. 17 aimed at extending work at Avondale Shipyard even after Northrop Grumman closes its operations there in 2013. Sean Stackley, assistant secretary of the Navy for research, development and acquisition said the Navy will work with Northrop Grumman and the state in preserving the current Avondale facilities and in preserving plans to upgrade these facilities should a future owner compete for and win


This Day in U.S. Navy History – November 29

1775 - CAPT John Manley in schooner Lee captures British ordnance ship Nancy with large quantity of munitions. 1890 - First Army-Navy football game (Navy won 24 to 0). 1929 - CDR Richard Byrd makes first flight over South Pole. 1944 - USS Archerfish (SS-311) sinks Japanese carrier Shinano, world's largest warship sunk by any submarine during World War II . (Source: Navy News Service)


Hyundai Heavy Industries Back in Black

Photo: Hyundai Heavy Industries

According to a regulatory filing, Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) racked up 10.2728 trillion Korean won in sales for Q1 2016, a 7.8 percent decline from the previous quarter while operating income swung to a profit of 325.2 billion won, putting an end to a nine-quarter losing streak.  


France sinks Japanese, German Sub Bids

(image: DCNS Group)

Fleet of 12 submarines to be built in South Australia; decision has political implications at home, abroad. France has beaten Japan and Germany to win a A$50 billion ($40 billion) deal to build a fleet of 12 submarines for Australia, one of the world's most lucrative defence contracts


France's DCNS Wins $40 bln Australian Submarine Contract

Photo: DCNS Australia

 France's state-owned naval contractor DCNS Group has won a A$50bn ($40 billion) contract to build 12 submarines for the Australian Navy, beating bids from Japan and Germany.   Malcolm Turnbull, Australia’s prime minister, announced that DCNS awarded tender over Germany and Japan


Hanjin Shipping Seeks Bank-Debt Restructuring

Hanjin's debts at 5.6 trln won at end 2015; company has been squeezed by low shipping margins. South Korea's Hanjin Shipping Co Ltd will ask creditor banks to restructure its debt, the country's largest shipper by assets said, in an attempt to weather a squeeze in margins from a severe industry


Evac Grows with Influx of Cruise Ship Orders

The cruise business is booming, and Evac said it has benefitted directly with 40 percent annual growth.   The cruise business is the fastest-growing category in the leisure travel market, and demand is outstripping supply with average annual passenger growth of over seven percent since 1980


Kongsberg Tech Package for Sweden’s New Subs

The SA9510S sonar detects mines, obstacles and the sea-floor in. (Image: Kongsberg Maritime)

The Swedish Navy together with SAAB Kockums AB has selected an active sonar suite and bottom navigation technology from Kongsberg Maritime for installation on two next generation A26 submarines, which are due for delivery no later than 2022. The contract was awarded through a competitive


RV Belgica to Undergo Electrical Systems Refit

RV Belgica (Photo: Alewijnse Marine Systems)

System integrator Alewijnse Marine Systems said it has won an order for an electrical systems refit aboard RV Belgica, an oceanographic research vessel owned by the Belgian state.   Prior to the assignment, Alewijnse carried out a year-long research project on a limited lifetime extension


Norwegian Officials Meet with HHI Leadership

Erna Solberg (Photo: Thomas Haugersveen/Prime Ministers Office)

Norway’s Prime Minister Erna Solberg, along with Jan Grevstad, Norwegian Ambassador to the Republic of Korea, and other Norwegian government officials, visited Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) to meet with Choi Kil-seon, chairman and CEO of HHI, and Kwon Oh-gap, president and CEO of HHI.


Austal Wins SCA Safety Awards

Terry O Brien accepts Austal SCA Safety Awards from Stephen Woodring and Tom Godfrey of SCA Photo Austal

Austal USA remains one of the safest shipyards in the country the Shipbuilders Council of America (SCA) announced Mar. 7. Austal’s hard-earned workplace safety record has been recognized, yet again, by the SCA with both the 2015 Award for Excellence in Safety and the 2015 Award for


Damaged US Warship Heads to San Diego for Repairs

USS Fort Worth (U.S. Navy photo by Joe Bishop)

The USS Fort Worth, a U.S. warship that suffered damage to its combining gears in Singapore in January, will travel to San Diego under its own power for extensive repairs at a General Dynamics Corp shipyard, the U.S. Navy said Wednesday. The new coastal warship, built by Lockheed Martin Corp


US Navy Calls off Search for Missing Sailor

Official U.S. Navy file photo

U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard assets ended the search April 12 for a missing sailor assigned to USS Carter Hall (LSD 50). The sailor was reported missing April 9 while the ship was conducting routine training operations in support of the Dwight D


KB Fin Buys Hyundai Securities Stake for $1.1 Bln

Photo: Hyundai Merchant Marine

South Korean banking group KB Financial Group Inc is acquiring a controlling stake in brokerage Hyundai Securities Co Ltd for 1.25 trillion won ($1.09 billion) in a high-priced bet on diversification.   About two-thirds of KB Financial's 2015 net profit came from its banking unit


SharpEye Radar for Qatari Coastguard Patrol Boats

Image: Kelvin Hughes

Kelvin Hughes is to supply its SharpEye S-band radar together with its new 12kW radar for 17 patrol boats currently being built at ARES Shipyard, Turkey for Qatar’s Coast and Borders Security Department.   All the electronic equipment for the vessels - which include 24m, 34


Aussie Navy Opens Simulation Training Center

Official Opening of NTSC-R   (Photo: Australian Defense)

A state-of-the-art simulation facility has been opened in Sydney that will enhance training for Royal Australian Navy technical sailors.   Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Tim Barrett, AO, CSC, RAN, officially opened the $90 million Navy Training Systems Center at Randwick Barracks


Cape Henry Associates Awarded US Navy Training Contract

The U.S. Navy has awarded Cape Henry Associates, along with five other companies, a curriculum analysis and planning services task order contract worth a projected $154 million over a six-year total ordering period. The contract will support the Naval Education Training Command’s Naval






 
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