In 2019, ECA GROUP successfully performed the Sea Performance Trials Test of its Steering Console for the South Korean programme KSS-III (Jangbogo III) - Batch 1 first submarine.
Tag Archives : ROK Navy
08 Jan 2020
South Korea's Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) expanded its submarine production facilities as a first step in securing competitiveness, the shipyard said in a statement.
13 Dec 2019
Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction (HHIC) launched four more PKX-B patrol vessels for the Republic of Korea Navy (ROK Navy) during a ceremony held today at its shipyard in Busan, South Korea.
09 Dec 2019
Underwater positioning and tracking technology from Sonardyne International Ltd. is to be used to support search and recovery operations undertaken by the Republic of Korea Navy’s (ROK Navy) new auxiliary submarine rescue ship (ASR-II).
04 Dec 2019
In 2015, South Korea launched a project to build a new class of vessels with ...
03 Dec 2019
In early summer 2019, ECA GROUP successfully passed the Factory Acceptance Test of the 3rd steering and diving console for the KSS III – batch I Submarine for the Republic of Korean Navy (ROK Navy).
12 Nov 2019
South Korea's Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) launched ROKS Seoul, the third Daegu-class FFX Batch II frigate for the Republic of Korea Navy (ROK Navy). The event took place on November 11th in presence of the Defense Minister Jeong Kyeong-doo and ROK Navy Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Sim Seung-seob.
05 Nov 2019
LIG Nex1 and South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) started deliveries of a new coastal surveillance system to the Republic of Korea Navy (ROK Navy).
04 Nov 2019
Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction’s (HHIC) Yeongdo Shipyard has won a follow-on order from the Republic of Korea Navy (RoK Navy) for four additional Patrol Killer Experimenal-B (PKX-B) patrol vessels.
30 Oct 2019
Day 3 at MADEX 2019, the maritime defense exhibition held in Busan, South Korea. In this video we focus on LIG Nex1 who is showcasing current and future technologies for modern navies: