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OMT competing for Australian warships

OMT competing for Australian warships

27-03-2016 12:00:00


Odense Maritime Technology - also known as OMT - would like to supply the designs for nine Australian warships that will be built over the coming years. The warships have a total value of 150 billion kroner.

OMT has in collaboration with the Navy developed three frigates in the so-called Iver Huidtfeldt-class. Due to their modular construction they are only half as expensive to build as similar vessels.

The Danish-designed warships will face strong competition from ships designed in Germany, France and Britain, all of which have a long tradition of building and exporting warships.

Later this year, the Australian government will select three suppliers who are allowed to submit a bid for the job.

See a feature on the Danish bid on the job aired on TV2/Fyn here:

Source: TV2/Fyn / Maritime Denmark


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