ShipbuildingCapability in Australia Poised for GrowthPCB007 (press release)BAE Systems has described the Federal Government's Future Submarine Industry Skills Plan as aâpositive first step toward creating a sustainable, Australian navalshipbuildingcapability.â BAE Systems Australia Chief Executive David Allott today...and more »
GlobeNewswireMore Navy funding for carrier-build preparationsUPI.comNEWPORT NEWS, Va., May 7 (UPI) -- Newport NewsShipbuildinghas received an additional $60.8 million in U.S. Navy funding for preparations to build a new aircraft carrier. The money will be used to purchase long-lead materials and equipment -- such as...Submarine'Minnesota' successfully completes sea trialsBrainerd Daily DispatchPhoto Release -- Additional Funding Awarded to Continue Preparation Work for...Avionics IntelligencePhoto Release -- Huntington Ingalls Industries' Wellness Program Hosts Sixth...GlobeNewswire (press release)all 9 news articles »
Fox 43 TVFord's structure is complete after lift of the last"puzzle piece"Daily PressOn Tuesday, a crane operator at Newport NewsShipbuilding, the nation's largest shipyard, hoisted in to place the forward endâ a 66-metric-ton, 75-foot-long steel section. The process finishes both the Ford's flight deck and it's hull, making the...Launch of Navy's newest aircraft carrier delayedNavyTimes.comUSS Ford Launch Moved Back From July to NovemberMilitary.comNew aircraft carrier marks another milestone in VaWTOPwtkr.com -WVEC.com (subscription) -The Virginian-Pilotall 12 news articles »
EasternShipbuildingLands Another Major Contract - WJHG - Home PageWJHG-TVThe 2-new ships will be"offshore construction vesselsâ, about 340 feet long, equipped with 250-ton marine cranes. They'll be used for underwater construction of oil platforms. Brian Disernia is President of EasternShipbuilding."Well, engineering is...
HHI develops minishipbuildingrobotMarine LogWith the installation of software for steel cutting, blasting and painting, the robot can perform these othershipbuildingroles. Hyundai Heavy also plans to develop the robots to be usable for building onshore/offshore facilities and construction...and more »