State-controlled defense firms Aselsan and Havelsan have won a 200 million euro (US $219 million) electronic systems sub-contract for the Turkish navys first landing platform dock (LPD). The companies announced the signing of the contract with Sedef shipyards Thursday
Navantia and its Turkish partner SEDEF has been selected to design and build an amphibious warfare ship and four landing craft for the Turkish Navy, according to EFE. The contract, which is Navantias first foray into the Turkish market, will provide the shipyards at Fene-Ferrol and San Fernando-Puerto Real with about 800,000 man-hours of work, as well as 50,000-man-hours for its Navantia Systems subsidiary and 28,000 man-hours for Fabrica de Motores engine factory
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