Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems (TKMS), presented the results of a pioneering research project on the feasibility, usability, construction and operation of large modular underwater vehicles.
Tag Archives : TKMS
20 May 2020
Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems (Kiel, Germany) has signed a contract to acquire the Oceana shipyard in Brazil (Itajaí, state of Santa Catarina).
16 May 2020
The "Luxor", the fourth and final corvette of the El Fateh-class, Gowind 2500 type corvette, was launched at the Alexandria Shipyard on Thursday, May 14, 2020. It is the third corvette of this class built in Egypt.
09 Apr 2020
On April 9, 2020, “S43”, the third of four HDW Class 209/1400mod submarines was officially handed over by thyssenkrupp Marine Systems to the Navy of the Arab Republic of Egypt.
11 Mar 2020
An Israeli Navy (Ḥeil HaYam HaYisraeli) new SA'AR-6 class corvette, likely first ship in class INS Magen, started her initial sea trials on March 10, 2020. Several ship spotters images from the Kiel area in Germany show the vessel underway under her own power.
06 Mar 2020
On March 5th, in Rio de Janeiro, Emgepron, an independent state company, linked to the Ministry of Defense through the Brazilian Navy Command, and Águas Azuis, a company created by thyssenkrupp Marine Systems, Embraer Defense & Security and Atech, signed the contract for building four state-of-the-art Tamandaré Class Ships, with deliveries scheduled between 2025 and 2028.
27 Feb 2020
thyssenkrupp Marine Systems plans to use 3D printers increasingly in manufacturing submarine parts. This offers decisive advantages over conventionally produced components. The corresponding quality and safety approvals have already been granted.
13 Dec 2019
The Dutch Ministry of Defense today issued the B-Letter for the Walrus-class submarine replacement program confirming its intent to procure 4 new submarines and shortlisting three shipbuilders for this procurement process: Naval Group, Saab and TKMS.
30 Nov 2019
Naval News attended NEDS 2019, the NDIV exhibition for defense and security in Rotterdam. We focused on the Walrus-class submarine replacement program.
05 Nov 2019
The German Defense Ministry announced on Oct. 31 it will procure a further two Type 212 submarines, in a global move to invest ten billion euros in new equipment in 2020.