We asked Mr. Tossman what were his first decisions as a leader, the programs in which Kockums is currently involved and the status of the A26 Blekinge-class submarine. We also discussed export opportunities and his opinion on the current consolidation in the European shipbuilding industry.
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Xavier is based in Paris, France. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems and a Master of Business Administration from Florida Institute of Technology (FIT). Xavier has been covering naval defense topics for nearly a decade.
Xavier Vavasseur 20 Jan 2022
thyssenkrupp Marine Systems (TKMS) has reached an agreement with the Israeli Ministry of Defence on the framework conditions for the purchase of three Dakar-class submarines...
H I Sutton 19 Jan 2022
Israel’s latest Dolphin Class submarine, INS Dragon (‘Drakon’ in Hebrew) which is under sea trials ...
Luca Peruzzi 13 Jan 2022
A key milestone in the new generation underwater platform development was reached this week by Fincantieri shipbuilding group and Italian Navy, with the launch of the U212 NFS (Near Future Submarine) programme production phase at the shipbuilder’s integrated shipyard in Muggiano (La Spezia).