Thales Netherlands has commissioned Atlas Elektronik to equip the F126 frigates for Germany with anti-submarine warfare mission modules (F126 MM ASW). The contract includes the delivery of two shipboard ASW mission modules as well as a corresponding shore facility for...
Dutch industry must be involved as much as possible in the procurement of new defence equipment, including the new submarines and particularly in (niche) areas where the Netherlands still has a lot of high-quality knowledge. So say the Netherlands Industries for...
From this month, the Maritime Research Institute of the Netherlands (MARIN) combines its defence-related expertise in a new Defence department. Pepijn de Jong, former team lead Navy in the Ships department, will lead the new and growing department. The aim is to...
Damen Naval has contracted RENK for gearboxes and innovative electric propulsion systems for the four new 126 Class (F126) frigates for the German navy. As opposed to the systems delivered to older frigate models, the new combined diesel electric and diesel (CODLAD)...
The current ten support vessels of the Royal Netherlands Navy are being replaced by eight new ones: four seagoing and four diving support vessels. They will be built at a Dutch shipyard and all will have climate neutral propulsion using dual-fuel systems that can run...
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