Damen submits tender for 12 Australian OPVs

first_img Damen Shipyards Group has submitted a tender for the SEA 1180 Phase 1 Project to deliver twelve Offshore Patrol Vessels to the Royal Australian Navy. To demonstrate its commitment to on time and within specification delivery Damen submitted its response early.Damen has teamed with ASC Forgacs Shipbuilding, a joint venture established to build the initial two ships in South Australia and further 10 in Western Australia, to compete for the foundation project of Australia’s continuous Naval shipbuilding enterprise. The joint venture is already investing in infrastructure at the Henderson Shipbuilding Precinct in Western Australia in preparation for the OPV construction to move to WA.Damen, with almost 100 vessels operating in Australia already, has extensive experience providing vessels that are suitable for local conditions and is fully committed to the long-term integration with Australian Shipbuilding. Key tenets of the bid include maximising investment in local industries and businesses to establish a long term capability; investment in the training of a future workforce including those transitioning from other industries; and assisting the Australian Government to prepare to build future frigates and submarines in SA. The proven Damen design being offered uses innovative technology to improve seakeeping, reduce running costs and decrease whole of life sustainment costs.Roland Briene, Damen Sales Director Asia Pacific, said: “We are fully committed to maximising Australian industry participation and supporting the development of a sustainable, national shipbuilding industry in Australia. This is fully in line with our standard practices where we partner with local organisations to help transform local shipbuilding industries into globally competitive shipyards. We look forward to working with the Commonwealth to maximise opportunities for Australian industry, drawing on the existing supply chain of our Australian partners, while also providing opportunities for local industry to be involved in our global supply chain supporting more than 70 shipyards around the world.” View post tag: OPV Share this article April 6, 2017 View post tag: Australian Navycenter_img Back to overview,Home naval-today Damen submits tender for 12 Australian OPVs Damen submits tender for 12 Australian OPVs View post tag: Damenlast_img read more

Technician, Procurement, Campus Store

first_imgThe Procurement Technician is responsible for overseeing the textbook and supplies adoption process. Responsibilities include securing textbook orders each semester from faculty for the campus stores. Responsible for managing the many aspects of the textbook management system including editing, data entry, gathering adoptions, reporting, and sourcing books from numerous wholesalers and publishers. Also responsible for procuring different supplies, kits, uniforms and technology items for resale to students in support of programs. The Procurement Technician is also responsible for providing excellent customer service to our students and faculty.Education Required: – Associate’s degree from a regionally accredited post-secondary institutionEducation Preferred: – Bachelor’s degree in business or accounting from a regionally accredited post-secondary institutionExperience Required: – Two to five years of experience working in a business or retail environment with preference given to experience working in a college/university retail operationExperience Preferred: – Experience with BookLog software preferred; other database project management experience helpfulhttp://gtcc.peopleadmin.com/postings/3625last_img read more

Petronas hires second Alam Maritim anchor handler this year

first_imgAlam Maritim said in a Bursa Malaysia filing on Thursday that the contract was awarded by Petronas Carigali to Alam’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Alam Maritim Sdn Bhd. Malaysian offshore support vessels and subsea services provider Alam Maritim Resources has been awarded a work order for the provision of anchor handling tug and supply (AHTS) for Petronas Carigali. According to the company, the start date of the contract was February 11, 2020, and the charter is supposed to last for 460 from the start date. It is also worth noting that the contract effective date was set on February 10, 2020, and that the approximate work order value was 24,800,000 Malaysian Ringgit (around $5.69 million). To remind, the last time Offshore Energy reported on Petronas Carigali awarding work order for an AHTS to Alam Maritim was in February 2020.last_img read more