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Fourth Frigate delivered to RAN


Fourth Frigate delivered to RAN

The Royal Australian Navy took delivery of its fourth ANZAC class frigate, STUART, at the Tenix Defence shipyard (Williamstown, Melbourne). Tenix Defence is building 10 ANZAC Class Ships - eight for Australia and two for New Zealand. The $6 billion project is providing the Royal Australian and Royal New Zealand Navies with sophisticated world class vessels specifically developed for their operational and strategic needs.

The ANZAC Class is derived from the MEKO 200 platform design. The design has been significantly enhanced and modified by Tenix and Australian Marine Technologies (AMT) to meet the specific regional and strategic requirements of the RAN and RNZN. Most significant has been the development and integration, by Tenix and its subcontractors, of the total combat and communications systems. These systems have been well proven in both trial and operational scenarios. They are fully capable of being supported in Australia and New Zealand ensuring strategic independence. The project is also providing long term benefits for the economies of Australia and New Zealand, involving more than 1300 companies with 73% local industry content and 8% local industry related work (Defence Offsets) and involvement.


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