Naval Group Attends Pacific 2019 Int’l Maritime Expo

08.10.2019 North America
Naval Group is attending this year’s Pacific 2019 International Maritime Exposition in Sydney to showcase how Naval Group is delivering for Australia, now and into the future. The expo is held in Sydney from Tuesday 8 to Thursday 10 October 2019.

Naval Group is attending this year’s Pacific 2019 International Maritime Exposition in Sydney to showcase how Naval Group is delivering for Australia, now and into the future. The expo is held in Sydney from Tuesday 8 to Thursday 10 October 2019.

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Naval Group is attending this year’s Pacific 2019 International Maritime Exposition in Sydney to showcase how Naval Group is delivering for Australia, now and into the future. The expo is held in Sydney from Tuesday 8 to Thursday 10 October 2019.

Naval Group is a naval systems provider and integrator, one of the few companies in the world with the ability to deliver complete warships with their combat systems and all the critical equipment necessary to engage naval power in a theatre of operations. It is involved at every stage in the product life cycle, from design to in-service support.

 Naval Group teams are on site to provide attendees with an update on the largest defense contract in Australia’s history, the Attack Class submarine program and how it will transform Australia, providing opportunities for every state and territory.

 As part of their commitment to building a stronger Defense industry, the Department of Defense, Naval Group and Lockheed Martin Australia will host a Future Submarine industry briefing on Wednesday, 9 October. Over 700 attendees have registered to attend the briefing, where they will be provided with an update on The Future Submarine Program as well as a detailed overview of upcoming procurement activities and how to get involved.

 They will also hear for the first time from The Program’s Tier 1 suppliers, including MTU and Penske Power Systems who were awarded the contract for the design of diesel generator rectifiers for the Attack class submarine.

 Attendees will also get to view a virtual fly-through of the Attack Class submarine construction yard, being built at Osborne, Adelaide. The yard will be located on approximately 40 hectares of land and contain all the necessary buildings and equipment to support the construction of three submarines at various stages of completion.

 A series of collaboration announcements will also be made with Naval Group’s Australian naval shipbuilding industry partners during PACIFIC 2019.

 “We look forward to the opportunity to showcase how we are delivering for Australia. We are completely focused on partnering with the Department of Defense, Lockheed Martin Australia and our Australian industry partners to grant full sovereignty and regional superiority with the delivery of the Attack class program – one of the largest defense capital investment programs in Australia’s history and a truly national endeavor,” said Hervé Guillou, Chief Executive Officer, Naval Group.

 During Pacific, Naval Group will also present the Belharra®, the answer to navies looking for a compact frigate to perform a large range of missions. Her original design features consider the fast pace of change of information technology and the ongoing need for technical upgrades. It is also the first frigate to include architecture and systems to counter next-generation threats, such as cyber and asymmetrical warfare.

 Finally, Naval Group and its partner ECA Group will showcase their joint solution for stand-off Mines Counter Measures (MCM) selected by Belgium and the Netherlands. Members of the media are invited to a dedicated presentation on Thursday 10th at 10:30 am on the Naval Group booth.

 Naval Group is a European leader in naval defense. As an international high-tech company, Naval Group uses its extraordinary know-how, unique industrial resources and capacity to arrange innovative strategic partnerships to meet its customers’ requirements.

 The group designs, builds and supports submarines and surface ships. It also supplies services to shipyards and naval bases. In addition, the group offers a wide range of marine renewable energy solutions. Attentive to corporate social responsibility, Naval Group adheres to the United Nations Global Compact.

 Naval Group reported revenues of €3.6 billion and has a workforce of 14,860 (data for 2018).

 

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