27 December 2019
Working in close cooperation, Damen Shipyards Group, the Mexican Navy, subcontractors and suppliers have completed successful sea trials of the Mexican Navy’s POLA-class 'ARM Reformador'.
20 December 2019
On 19 December the Cabinet of the Netherlands’ Government has submitted a so-called D-letter to the Parliament, to begin the construction of the Combat Support Ship Zr.Ms. 'Den Helder'.
13 December 2019
The Dutch cabinet announced today that Saab and Damen Shipyards Group, together with other contenders, will continue to the next phase for the replacement of the Walrus-class submarines (WRES), aiming at the procurement of four submarines.
10 December 2019
Damen Shipyards Group and its partner PT PAL have completed the installation of combat systems to the first of the Indonesian Ministry of Defence’s series of SIGMA 10514 Perusak Kawal Rudal (PKR) guided missile frigates, the KRI Raden Eddy Martadinata.
05 December 2019
Ever since 2015 Damen and Saab have been working on the future Dutch submarines.
29 November 2019
During the NEDS in Rotterdam the Saab Damen combination has published a video in which they explain why the Walrus replacement is the best choice for the Royal Netherlands Navy.
27 November 2019
The Dutch naval industry is a prominent sector that still contains an extensive submarine knowledge base.
26 November 2019
Naval news visited Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding to find out more about the Saab Damen submarine proposal.
26 November 2019
The Dutch submarines are famous around the world. They are much asked for far from home intelligence operations.
25 November 2019
The Defence Industry Strategy (DIS) requires the Netherlands to protect their own safety, to contribute internationally and to maintain a robust defence industry.
2 October 2019
The Swedish and the British ambassador have paid a visit to Damen Schelde in Vlissingen today.
20 September 2019
During DSEI 2019 Saab and Damen elaborated on their submarine collaboration for the Walrus replacement program for the Netherlands.
17 September 2019
Whilst the full impact of the disaster in the Bahamas became clear over the last weeks it was comforting to see that rescue was on the move so quickly.
11 September 2019
Defense, industry and knowledge institutes joined forces last Thursday in Rotterdam to prepare new naval vessels for the future.
30 August 2019
On Friday 30 August a seminar was held in Stockholm where Saab Kockum’s, our partner for the new Dutch submarine by the Dutch naval industry cluster, managing director Gunnar Wieslander, together with his team, explained his submarine construction and modernization projects.
17 July 2019
The NIDV platform Dutch Underwater Knowledge Centre (DUKC) took the initiative to organize a first Masterclass Submarine Design. Damen was glad to support this meeting with both lecturers and participants.
12 July 2019
On 11th July, Damen Shipyards Den Helder signed a midlife upkeep (MLU) contract with the Netherlands Ministry of Defence.
12 July 2019
Damen filed a complaint with the Romanian National Council for Solving Complaints (CNSC) picking up on a litigation initially commenced by Fincantieri, and-in parallel-opened a lawsuit at the Bucharest Tribunal, addressing several irregularities that have affected the outcome of the “Multifunctional Corvette” endowment program.
11 July 2019
Last Tuesday the Netherlands Institute for Military History visited Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding in Vlissingen.
10 July 2019
Damen will be present during the annual NIDV symposium on November 28, 2019.
06 July 2019
The Netherlands has a robust naval shipbuilding industry: a vast chain of companies and knowledge institutes.
05 July 2019
The foundation “Duik de Noordzee schoon” has committed itself to a cleaner North Sea and the preservation of biodiversity and cultural heritage.
02 March 2019
Saab and Damen want to build replacement submarines for the Dutch Walrus class, in a balanced cooperation between the Netherlands and Sweden.
12 February 2019
Dutch Submarine innovation is groundbreaking on a global scale! WASUB shows how vision combines knowledge and skill in order to achieve something unique, in this case: submarine knowledge.