Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, BMT has continued to work collaboratively with its maritime customers and partners to deliver a near business-as-usual service, and as the year draws to a close the business is celebrating a year of successful and diverse ship design project milestones and contract awards from across the globe.
Tag Archives : BMT
16 Sep 2020
BMT has been awarded a contract to conduct industry studies to advance the design of the next generation of U.S. Navy Auxiliary General Ocean Surveillance Ship (T-AGOS(X)).
26 May 2020
Spanish shipbuilder Navantia and Northern Irish shipyard Harland and Wolff (H&W) have entered an exclusive teaming agreement to jointly bid for the Fleet Solid Support (FSS) Programme, tender details for which are likely to be released by the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD in the forthcoming months.
20 May 2020
BMT, Defence and Security has today switched on its Warships 101 e-learning course, which offers an introductory look into Warships, their design, capability, and requirements.
21 Apr 2020
Designed to meet the specific challenges of long range autonomous operations, the ‘Pentamaran’ design has been optimised by BMT to reduce fuel consumption and increase its adaptability across multiple applications
11 Sep 2019
BMT has unveiled its latest concept design, the ELLIDA™ multi-role support ship, at this year’s international defence trade show DSEI 2019. ELLIDA™ will be the third family of vessels designed by BMT for the auxiliary market and will complement the AEGIR and SALVAS families.
10 Sep 2019
Navantia-BMT team unveiled today at DSEI 2019 their proposal for the programme of design and build for up to three Fleet Solid Support (FSS) ships to be operated by the UK Royal Fleet Auxiliary.
19 Aug 2019
Spanish shipbuilding company Navantia will be exhibiting at DSEI 2019 and is set to unveil its design proposal for the UK Ministry of Defence 's Fleet Solid Support (FSS) programme alongside its partner, BMT.
02 Jul 2019
At MAST Asia 2019, the defense exhibition and conference held last month near Tokyo, Japan, British ship design company BMT and its local partner Mitsui E&S were showcasing the Caimen 90 landing craft, with the newly created JGSDF amphibious brigade in mind.