Dutch Shipbuilder Wins Indonesian Warship Contract

Press Release
Wednesday, June 06, 2012

Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding & the Indonesia Navy sign contract for construction of a SIGMA 10514 Guided Missile Frigate 'PKR'

The PKR will be built for the Indonesian Navy, TNI AL, and is to be delivered in 2016.

The main missions and tasks of the SIGMA PKR 10514 will be in the domains of naval warfare as well as Maritime Security missions and tasks. Also, the ship may be used for humanitarian support tasks.

The ship will be built according to the successful SIGMA modular building strategy, as a sequel to the earlier built four SIGMA Corvettes for TNI AL. This means that modules of the frigate will be built in Europe as well as locally at PT PAL in Surabaya Indonesia. The assembly and trials of SIGMA PKR 10514 will take place in and from Surabaya, Indonesia.

The main characteristics of the SIGMA PKR 10514 are:

Length: 105 mtr
Width: 14 mtrs
Displacement: approx 2400 tons
Propulsion: Combined Diesel and Electric(CODOE)
Crew: 100 + 20 spare accommodation
Combat System:
Extensive Air, Surface and Sub-Surface Surveillance capabilities.
Guided missile Systems and gun systems for Anti-Air Warfare and Anti-Surface Warfare
Torpedo systems for Anti-Submarine Warfare
Active and Passive Electronic Warfare Systems
Tacticos Combat Management System

Also, the SIGMA PKR 10514 will be able to carry an organic helicopter.



 

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