The United Kingdom ministry of defense has selected a syndicate of British firms, along with four international shipbuilding companies to compete for its Fleet Solid Support Ships contract. The British consortium is made up of leading manufacturing and engineering companies Babcock, BAE Systems, Cammell Laird and Rolls-Royce
Babcock, under the Naval Ship Management (NSM) joint venture, has been awarded a further five-year contract, worth around $200 million, to provide maintenance support services to the Australian Navys Anzac Class frigates. The new contract awarded to NSM, the 50/50 joint venture between Babcock an UGL, is an extension of the contract signed in April 2016, Defence Connect reports
Babcock will lead a joint bid for a new £1.25bn UK Ministry of Defence (MOD) type 31 frigate contract
Babcock has won a seven-year contract to produce and deliver weapons handling and launch equipment for the South Korean Jangbogo III submarine programme. The contract, due to run until 2024, was awarded by DSME (Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering), for the third boat-set
Babcock France and Dassault Aviation have signed a partnership which would initially materialize in the delivery of the French "FOMEDEC" training contract with the creation of a joint company under Babcock France. Following a competitive bid process, the France's Direction Générale de l'Armement (DGA) has awarded Babcock France with the FOMEDEC contract to provide and maintain a training platform and related services for the French Air Force (Armée de l'Air), the company said in a statement Thursday
Sikorsky and Babcock Mission Critical Services Ltd signed a 10-year agreement at Farnborough Air Show yesterday to provide Babcock's S-92 helicopter fleet with extended support for its aftermarket material needs. Sikorsky's Total Assurance Program provides Babcock continued aftermarket support to operate its S-92 fleet within a known budget, reducing the risk of unplanned costs
Babcock and BAE Systems have won a $59.2 million joint contract to provide support services for Britain's Royal Navy medium-caliber guns
The UK MOD has announced a £201 million (US$ 290 million) package to support further design work for the Royal Navys next generation of nuclear submarines. The funding will enable BAE Systems to develop the design of the submarine, including the layout of equipment and systems, and to develop manufacturing processes, including the production of early prototypes, the MoD said in a statement Tuesday
Japans Mitsubishi has sought partnering with BAE Systems, Babcock for the Australian $50 billion submarine project. “Babcock and BAE had approached the consortium of Mitsubishi and Kawasaki with offer of help
Babcock International has won a £900 million contract from the UK Ministry of Defense to maintain the armys land vehicles for 10 years. The contract will transform the way the armys vehicles are maintained, repaired and stored
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