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24 October 2017
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Industry News

UK clears F-35 for take-off from Royal Navy's HMS Queen Elizabeth
The UK Ministry of Defence has cleared the F-35 Lightning II fighter jet for take-off from the deck of the Royal Navy's Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth.

Deals this week: Harris, ERAPSCO, Boeing
Harris Corporation has been awarded a contract worth roughly $133m to supply electronic jammers for F/A-18 Hornet and F/A-18E/F Super Hornet fighter aircraft operated by the US and Australian navies.

British Royal Navy's RFA Tidespring completes first helicopter deck landing
The British Royal Navy has successfully conducted the first helicopter deck landing on-board the first of its four new 39,000t Tide-class tankers, RFA Tidespring.

Multinational maritime forces begin mine warfare exercise off South Korean coast
Maritime forces from the US and South Korea have commenced a multinational mine warfare exercise in collaboration with personnel from the United Nations Command (UNC) Sending State nations.

Press Releases

Navantia and General Electric Sign License Agreement
Navantia and General Electric have signed a license agreement, which will allow Navantia to carry out maintenance, overhaul and repair of the gas turbine type LM2500 Marine at the Ferrol Turbine factory.

Union Training Ship Sails to Europe on its Second Training Mission
The Peruvian Navy 'Union' training ship has commenced its first ocean journey to Europe and has called on the port of Cádiz, Spain as part of its second training mission.

EXPAL Currently Exhibiting at the AUSA Exhibition
EXPAL is currently exhibiting its developments in demilitarisation services, demolition material, and energetic solutions at the AUSA exhibition, between 9-11 October.

EXPAL has Showcased Naval Products and Systems at Pacific Exhibition
EXPAL has exhibited its proposal in weapon systems, naval and army ammunition, technology systems, and demilitarisation services at the Pacific exhibition.

Raytheon Chosen to Provide Integrated Navigation Systems for Spliethoff's R-Type Vessels
Raytheon Anschütz has been chosen to engineer and deliver the Synapsis NX integrated navigation systems (INS) for Dutch-based Spliethoff's six state-of-the-art, ice-classed multi-purpose vessels.

White Papers

Specialist Industrial Cables for Naval Applications
SAB Brockskes offers heat-resistant cables for the naval industry....

Blohm+Voss MEKO® A-200 Class Frigate
The Blohm+Voss MEKO® A-200 Class Frigate is the latest operational product of the tough and versatile Blohm+Voss MEKO® frigate and corvette line, with 60 ships serving 11 navies worldwide....

Sister Ships Applicability in the Shipbuilding Enterprise CAD / PLM Toolset
As a result of the increased pressure to reduce cost and delivery times of modern ships and submarines, many shipyards are revising their processes and toolsets to optimise the management of...

High-Speed Processing Boards for Demanding Naval Applications
ISPAS supplies high-speed motherboards for signal and radar processing systems....

BlueLine Cables for Shipbuilding
More than 60 years of experience in temperature measurement and control technique, as well as in cable production have made a one man business a company with nearly 500 staff members....

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