thyssenkrupp  Marine  Systems,  one of  the  leading  global system  suppliers  of  submarines and  naval vessels, is presenting  a wide  range  of  submarines,  naval  vessels,  components and  services, at  Euronaval  2016, at a 120sqm booth located  in  Hall  2  (booth  F52/G55).  

Among  the exhibits  are  HDW Class  212A  and  HDW  Class  214 submarines,  Blohm+Voss  Class  130, and  MEKO  corvettes, as  well  as  Blohm+Voss  Class MEKO  A-200  and  Class  125  frigates.  Also  on  display  is  the IDAS  missile  system,  an  innovative  lightweight  fiber-optic  guided  missile  which can be  fired from  submerged  submarines,  and a  3D  model  of an  HDW  fuel cell  system  with  reformer.  In addition,  visitors  are  able  to  visualise  the submarines  and  naval  vessels  with  the  help  of an interactive holographic projector.

The  newest  HDW  Class  212A  submarine delivered  by  thyssenkrupp  Marine  Systems,  the U36,  was  taken  into  service by  the  German  Navy  on  10 October  2016.  With  a total of six HDW  Class  212A  boats,  the  German  Navy’s  1st  submarine  squadron  is  now  complete.

Under the  F125  frigate  programme  for the  German  Navy,  sea  trials  of  “Baden-Württemberg”, the  first  of  overall four  units,  is  proceeding to  schedule.  The  frigate is  due  to  be  handed over  to  the  Federal  Office  of  Bundeswehr  Equipment,  Information  Technology  and  InService  Support  (BAAINBw)  in  mid-2017.  Work  is  under  way  on  a  number  of  further submarine and  surface  vessel  orders  for  navies  around  the  world.  

In  addition  thyssenkrupp Marine  Systems  is  currently  pursuing  several  submarine  procurement  projects.  In  the surface vessel  sector,  thyssenkrupp  Marine  Systems  is  teaming  up  again  with  the shipbuilding company  Fr.  Lürssen  Werft,  its  partner from  the  F125  programme,  to  bid  for  the new “MKS 180” multi-role combat ship for the German Navy.

In parallel with  implementing  our  existing  orders  and  winning  new  ones,  we  are  further developing  our  organisation  so  that  we  can  respond  even  more  quickly  and  flexibly  to  the needs  of  our  customers,” Dr.  Peter  Feldhaus,  CEO  of  thyssenkrupp  Marine  Systems, informed MT at Euronaval.  “For  example  we  are  increasingly  integrating  our  production  and project  management  operations,  digitising  our  processes  and  interfaces,  continuing  our investment  in  our  shipyard  infrastructure  in  Kiel,  and  further  expanding  our  service  and maintenance  offering.  Our  priority  is  to  deliver  marine  systems  with  maximum  availability over the entire lifecycle for our customers.”

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