Austal USA has been awarded a modification to previously awarded contract with a total potential value of $43,362,000 by the United States Department of Defense. This contract was modified to exercise the options for LCS Class design services, material to support LCS Class design services, and the Integrated Data Product Model Environment (IDPME).
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23 Jun 2020
The United States Department of Defense, in support of US Navy Shipbuilding Industrial Base, has announced a US$50 million Defense Production Act Title III Agreement (DPA Agreement) with Austal USA.
03 Jun 2020
Leading davit supplier Vestdavit has completed the delivery of four boat-handling systems to Australian shipyard Austal.
02 May 2020
Australia's Department of Defense ordered six new Cape Class Patrol Boats for the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). The vessels will be built by local shipbuilder Austal. The Australian Border Force currently operates eight Cape-class Patrol Boats, while the RAN operates two leased Cape-class.
11 Mar 2020
Austal USA hosted the Hon Marise Payne, Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs, for the keel laying ceremony of the future USS Canberra (LCS 30) at its Mobile, Ala. shipyard on March 10, 2020.
09 Mar 2020
Austal Limited (Austal) is pleased to announce the on-time delivery of the sixth Guardian-class Patrol Boat (GCPB) to the Australian Department of Defence. The vessel, the RFNS Savenaca, was today gifted by the Government of Australia to the Government of Fiji during a handover ceremony at Austal Australia’s Henderson shipyard.
21 Feb 2020
Austal USA in Mobile, Ala., launched the future USNS Newport (EPF 12) into the Mobile River on February 20. This is the first Navy ship that Austal has launched in 2020.
13 Feb 2020
Austal USA has delivered its 11th Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) to the U.S. Navy at the company’s shipyard in Mobile, Alabama.
04 Feb 2020
Austal Limited is pleased to announce that Austal’s shipyards and service centres in Australia have been approved to bid for and provide support services, including ship repairs, maintenance and sustainment activity for United States Navy (USN) and Military Sealift Command (MSC) ships.