The Australian Department of Defence has signed the acceptance certificate of NUSHIP Stalwart, the second of the two Supply class Auxiliary Oiler Replenishment ships built by Navantia Ría de Ferrol for the Royal Australian Navy.
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07 Sep 2021
The ship NB 546 AL-JUBAIL, the first of five corvettes that Navantia builds for the Royal Saudi Naval Forces (RSNF), has begun its sea trials in the waters of the Bay of Cádiz in order to check the correct operation of all its systems.
09 Aug 2021
The official qualification tests of the first version of the Integrated Combat System Core (ICSC), intended to be installed on board the S-80 submarine were carried out in the LBTS of the S-80 Program.
06 Aug 2021
The offer submitted by Navantia to the Polish Ministry of Defence to build three frigates in a Technology Transfer (ToT) program has been selected in a ‘short list’ along with two other finalists.
28 Jul 2021
The Norwegian Defence Material Agency (NDMA) has congratulated Navantia and its subcontractors for the successful completion of the tropicalization of HNoMS F-311 Roald Amundsen, second of the Fridjof Nansen Class (F310) that Navantia designed and built for the Norwegian Navy between 2000 and 2011.
26 Jul 2021
Spanish shipbuilder Navantia has contracted Damen Marine Components (DMC) for a series of rudders and steering gear systems. The equipment is for five vessels that Navantia is constructing for Armada Española – the Spanish Navy.
26 Jul 2021
Navantia has launched on July 24, the fourth of the five corvettes being built for the Royal Saudi Naval Forces (RSNF), named JAZAN as a tribute to this city in the Southwest of Saudi Arabia.
19 Jul 2021
Navantia and the North American company Lockheed Martin have signed an agreement to renew for a new three-year period their collaboration with the aim of continuing to explore new business opportunities beneficial to both companies, in the field of surface ships and combat systems.
Navantia participates in the largest project of the European Defense Industrial Development Program (EDIDP)
14 Jul 2021
Navantia press release The unmanned platform project ‘Unmaned Semifixed Sea Platforms’ (USSPs), in which Navantia ...
13 Jul 2021
At the end of a highly contested competition, the European Commission through the European Defence Industrial Development Program (EDIDP) has selected on June30th, 2021 the USSPS solution developed by the European consortium led by the innovative Greek company ETME with two of the largest EU defence manufacturers Naval Group and Navantia.