The Royal Australian Navy’s (RAN) Armidale and Cape class patrol boat fleets bear the brunt of the high operational tempo demanded by Operations Resolute and Sovereign Borders, with a presence required 24 hours a day, seven days a week, all year round. Read more
Austal has acquired Australian-based BSE Maritime Solutions Group for $27.5 million.
ASC Shipbuilding has signed contracts with three more Australian companies on the Hunter Class Frigate program.
Rohde & Schwarz successfully delivered the second external communications system for the RAN's auxiliary oiler and replenishment ships (AOR).
Naval Group’s new Port Adelaide base has been officially opened.
The new Visual Landing Aid System onboard HMAS Choules has been successfully commissioned.
Mirragin Unmanned Systems has partnered with UGL Limited and McR Defence on its Australian Maritime Drone Ecosystem capability plan for Sea 129 Phase 5.
Victorian-based Advanced Magnetic Ranges Australia (AMRA) have submitted their bid for the RAN’s Magnetic Treatment Facility under Sea 1350 Phase 2.
The RAN's new Auxiliary Oiler Replenishment (AOR) ship, NUSHIP Supply, has arrived in Western Australia.
JFD has been awarded an extension to its contract for the provision of the NATO Submarine Rescue System (NSRS) by the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD).
HMAS Warramunga has undocked at Henderson, becoming the third Anzac class frigate to receive a full Anzac Mid Life Capability Assurance Program (AMCAP) upgrade.
The RAN and Republic of Singapore Navy have completed the bilateral Exercise Singaroo in Southeast Asia, marking its 25th year.
ASC Shipbuilding has placed orders with Craig International Ballistics, REDARC Defence Systems and Veem to undertake studies into whether three additional Australian companies can form part of the supply chain.
A new Guardian-class Patrol Boat has been handed over to the Republic of Palau.
Dutch company Fugro has been selected to chart the waters of South Australia’s Gulf St Vincent and Investigator Strait as part of the Australian Government’s HydroScheme Industry Partnership Program.
Australia’s Arafura Class Offshore Patrol Vessels program marked an important milestone with a keel-laying ceremony for the third ship in the fleet (Pilbara) – and the first to be built in Western Australia - last week.