Israel Shipyards announces the signing of an agreement for the detailed design phase for the construction of the Reshef-class Vessel for the Israeli Navy.
Tag Archives : Israel Shipyards Ltd.
22 Jul 2021
Israel shipyards introduced the Themistocles-class corvette at DEFEA – Defence Exhibition in Athens – last week. The company believes it is the right design to answer an upcoming Hellenic Navy corvette requirement.
07 Jul 2021
Israel Shipyards announces the signing of an agreement to supply four SHALDAG MK V vessels to the Israeli Navy, which have been adapted to the Navy’s unique configuration requirements.
01 Jul 2021
A leading shipbuilding and repair company in the Eastern Mediterranean serving naval and commercial marine markets – presents, for the first time at IMDEC, its flexible commercial options to meet the new economic reality. The solutions address the immediate needs of fleets around the world.
12 May 2021
Israel Shipyards won a tender to supply an East Asian Navy with its SHALDAG MK V vessel.
01 Dec 2020
Israel Shipyards in early November delivered the final two Fast Patrol Craft ordered by the navy of Senegal: "Lac Retba", a Shaldag MK V vessel and "Cachouane", a Shaldag MK II boat.
09 Jul 2020
Israel Shipyards ‒ one of the largest privately owned shipbuilding and repair facilities in the Eastern Mediterranean ‒ announces an agreement with an African navy for the supply of two OPV 45 offshore patrol vessels. The vessels were designed for a wide range of missions, including protection against the increasing threat of piracy in the region.
24 Jun 2020
ΟΝΕΧ Νeorion Shipyards based in Syros Island, Greece, and Israel Shipyards based in Haifa entered a teaming agreement to jointly propose a next generation corvette design for the Hellenic Navy: The Themistocles.
28 Apr 2020
Israel Shipyards started sea trials of the third SHALDAG MK II Fast Patrol Craft (FPC) on order for the navy of Senegal.
14 Nov 2019
Israel Shipyards based in Haifa will design and build the Reshef-class vessels to replace the Israeli Navy (Ḥeil HaYam HaYisraeli) in service SA'AR 4.5 missile craft.