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24 February 2018
DAILY UPDATE
Industry News

Finland requests sale of Mk 41 vertical launching systems from US
The US Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) has notified Congress of a possible foreign military sale (FMS) of Mk 41 Baseline VII strike-length vertical launching systems (VLS) to Finland.

Deals this week: Kraken Robotics, Austal USA, Bell Helicopter Textron
Canadian marine technology company Kraken Robotics Inc has announced a non-brokered private placement of 10,714,285 shares priced at C$0.14 ($0.11) a unit, which are expected to raise C$1.5m ($1.19m).

Babcock to open new South Korea base to support submarine programme
UK-based engineering company Babcock International is set to open new office facility in the port city of Busan, South Korea.

Rolls-Royce to deliver propellers and mission bay system for UK Type 26 GCS
Rolls-Royce has secured two new contracts for the delivery of low-noise propellers and mission bay handling technologies for the British Royal Navy's new Type 26 Global Combat Ships (GCSs).

Press Releases

SENER and Port of Seville Digitising Navigable Waterway
SENER and the Port of Seville have begun working on digitalising the navigable waterway, which will allow the implementation of the European RIS Standard for an IT-based optimisation of navigation on the Guadalquivir.

Sander’s Fast Response Solutions
Sander supplies its customers with effective solutions across the world to get ships back into service.

SENER Contributes to Noise Abatement Measures Optimisation for Irizar i8 Bus Model
SENER has contributed to the optimisation of the noise abatement measures for the Irizar i8 bus model of the bus and coach manufacturer Irizar.

U.T.SEC 2018 Begins Preparations
After its very encouraging launch in early-March 2017, preparations are now taking place for the second U.T.SEC - Unmanned Technologies and Security - Expo and Conference.

Navantia Signs US Navy Future-Guided Missile Frigates Contract with Bath Iron Works
Navantia and General Dynamics Bath Iron Works have signed a contract to cooperate with the US Navy’s FFG(X) Guided Missile Frigate.

White Papers

HDW Class 214 Submarine
ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems developed the HDW Class 214 submarine on the basis of the proven design principles of the HDW Class 209 family.

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 sister ships.

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.

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

Trelleborg Sea Group Defence Presentation
Trelleborg understands the need for customers to protect their naval assets. The company's engineered polymer solutions can be found in the deepest oceans to the furthest reaches of outer space.

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