The Australian Government and Naval Group last week launched a new campaign seeking Expression of Interest (EOI) from Australian industry...
Tag Archives : Attack-class
13 May 2020
Two Australian companies have signed subcontracts with Safran for the design of key subsystems aboard the future Attack-class submarines of the Royal Australian Navy.
04 May 2020
Australia's Future Submarine Program, which calls for the construction of 12 Attack-class submarines for the Royal Australian Navy, "remains on track". The next milestone is the Systems Functional Review set for January 2021.
13 Mar 2020
Contracts for the design of the Main Storage Batteries Stages 1 and 2 for the Attack Class submarines have been awarded, another major milestone for the program.
18 Feb 2020
France and Australia reaffirmed their commitment to the Future Submarine Program which calls for the construction of 12 Attack-class submarines for the Royal Australian Navy.
13 Feb 2020
Naval Group Australia and the Australian Department of Defence have responded to criticism and have issued a joint statement on Australian industry involvement in the construction of 12 Attack-class submarines:
20 Dec 2019
Naval Group and Airspeed, a specialist of composites manufacturing based in South Australia, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to respond to the design competition launched by Lockheed Martin Australia for the masts of the Attack-class submarines.
10 Dec 2019
Australian suppliers Berendsen Fluid Power and H.H Machine Tools Australia (H&H) will partner with two international companies to deliver and sustain the Medium Capacity Press, High Capacity Press and Large Capacity Milling Machines (LCMM) for the Attack-class submarines.
25 Nov 2019
The subcontract for another critical piece of equipment for the Future Submarine Program has been signed between Naval Group and Babcock for the procurement of the Weapon Discharge System (WDS) responsible for launching the Attack Class submarines weaponry.