The Dutch Government is in talks with three candidate shipyards about the replacement of the Walrus class submarines. This process has so far not delivered the required result and will lead to ‘a substantial adjustment of the current planning’, says Dutch...
Again and again, there have been calls for cooperation and consolidation in the defence industry. It is expected that this would lead to cheaper assets as well as an industry capable of dominating global competition like Airbus versus Boeing. But according to...
The Dutch submarine replacement project has entered the next phase, the so-called Dialogue phase. According to Dutch Underwater Knowledge Centre (DUKC) chairman Harm Kappen, Dutch maritime companies must therefore now show what they have to offer in order to ensure...
Huisman has added a Submarine Handling Crane to its Schiedam facility in the Netherlands. The crane builder hopes it will entice the three non-Dutch manufacturers bidding on the contract to build the new Dutch submarines to make use of what may become a submarine...
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