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Re: Marinha Alemã (BundesMarine)
« Responder #105 em: Junho 14, 2019, 12:38:24 pm »
German-Norwegian Type 212 CD submarine contract to be signed early 2020


German Navy photo of a Type 212 submarine

The Norwegian and German defense procurement agencies have evaluated a thyssenkrupp Marine Systems proposal for the construction of six Type 212 CD (common design) submarines and are now expecting a contract with the shipbuilder to be signed in the first half of 2020.

The governments of Norway and Germany are currently in the phase of contract negotiation with TKMS, who was selected as the preferred bidder in February 2017.

Norway is acquiring four units while Germany, which already operates six Type 212 submarines, will acquire another two.
The two countries expect the deliveries to start in 2026.

In addition to joint procurement of submarines, Germany and Norway have established a navy-to-navy cooperation, research and development cooperation and a missile cooperation.

The new Type 212 CD submarines will share the low signatures of the Type 212 boats in service with the navies of Germany and Italy but will have extended range, speed and endurance to allow worldwide operations, according to TKMS.

Norway is acquiring four air-independent submarines to replace the existing six Ula-class submarines that were commissioned between 1989-1992. The submarines were designed to last for 30 years and will reach the end of their life in the mid-2020s. The country has also brought in UK-based BMT Defence Services (BMT) as a consultant in the project.

https://navaltoday.com/2019/06/14/german-norwegian-type-212-cd-submarine-contract-to-be-signed-early-2020/

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« Responder #106 em: Julho 26, 2019, 03:29:23 pm »
German Navy getting new tankers


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The German Navy is set to receive two new double-hulled fleet tankers that are scheduled to start replacing their predecessors from 2024.

The acquisition was approved by the German chief of defense on July 17.

To be referred to as Type 707, the new ships will replace the Type 704 single-hulled tankers that have been in service with the navy for over 40 years.

At 170 meters, the new ships will be 40 meters longer than the FGS Rhoen and Spessart. They will also have an increased capacity, being able to carry 15,000 cubic meters of fuel. An option for the embarkation of up to 20 containers is also included.
Type 707s will have an increased maximum speed to be able to keep up with more modern navy ships. Displacing over 20,000 tons, the ships will be able to attain speeds of over 20 knots.

What is more, they will have a civilian complement of only 20, compared to the over 40 required by the Type 704 ships, according to the navy.

https://navaltoday.com/2019/07/26/german-navy-getting-new-tankers/

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« Responder #107 em: Agosto 01, 2019, 11:22:41 am »
Citing synergies, Germany chooses NH90 as Sea Lynx successor


Illustration; French Navy photo of the NH 90 NFH Caiman

After choosing the NHIndustries-developed NH90 to replace its old Sea King search and rescue helicopters, the German Navy now announced that it has picked the NH90 as replacement for the Sea Lynx Mk 88A helicopters.

The navy said the decision to have a single aircraft type adjusted for performing both combat and search and rescue and transport roles would ensure “a smooth transition and synergies in later operations.”

The first search and rescue NH90 variant, the Sea Lion, is scheduled to be delivered this year.

The first frigate helicopter version, to be referred to as the multi-role frigate helicopter (MRFH), is to be delivered in 2025, according to the navy.

At the time of the first MRFH delivery, the German Navy’s Sea Lynx fleet will be over 40 years old. The whole fleet was grounded in 2014 after cracks had been found on the fuselages of 15 of the 22 units. They returned to full operational capability in January 2017.

The NH90 NATO Frigate Helicopter (NH90 NFH) is already flown by the navies of France, Italy, Norway, Belgium and the Netherlands.

https://navaltoday.com/2019/08/01/citing-synergies-germany-chooses-nh90-as-sea-lynx-successor/

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Re: Marinha Alemã (BundesMarine)
« Responder #108 em: Agosto 02, 2019, 10:05:27 pm »
Talvez de canoa...  :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

https://www.naval.com.br/blog/2019/07/31/eua-formalmente-pedem-a-alemanha-para-ajudar-a-garantir-o-estreito-de-ormuz/?fbclid=IwAR1pLIGRPJnWLjwAOT2wIepJFUHmAKj0nqDYb0-2TKjrORVdJqaJARPJscA

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EUA formalmente pedem à Alemanha para ‘ajudar a garantir’ o estreito de Ormuz

Os EUA querem que a Alemanha participe de uma missão naval europeia, proposta pelo Reino Unido, para proteger os navios que navegam perto do Irã. Os políticos alemães ficaram menos que emocionados com a iniciativa, que visa “combater a agressão iraniana”.

Os Estados Unidos pediram oficialmente à Alemanha que participe de uma missão naval europeia para proteger os navios no Estreito de Ormuz, informou na terça-feira a embaixada norte-americana em Berlim.

Mais cedo, a porta-voz da embaixada Tamara Sternberg-Greller falou à agência de notícias DPA sobre o pedido. A embaixada confirmou as declarações à DW.

“Pedimos formalmente à Alemanha que se unisse à França e ao Reino Unido para ajudar a proteger o Estreito de Ormuz e combater a agressão iraniana”, disse ela.

“Os membros do governo alemão têm sido claros que a liberdade de navegação deve ser protegida”, disse Sternberg-Greller. “Nossa pergunta é protegida por quem?”

‘De repente’ parte de uma guerra
De acordo com a agência de notícias DPA, o pedido havia sido enviado a Berlim há alguns dias, mas não conseguiu impressionar o governo alemão. Berlim ainda não havia planejado “qualquer contribuição” para uma missão liderada pelos Estados Unidos, informou nesta terça-feira o Ministério das Relações Exteriores da Alemanha.

O ministro de Relações Exteriores da Alemanha, Heiko Maas, declarou repetidamente que a Alemanha vê como prioridade os “desarmamentos e esforços diplomáticos”. “Participar da estratégia americana de pressão máxima está fora de questão”, disse ele à agência de notícias AFP.

Legisladores seniores tanto do partido do CDE quanto do partido da Angela Merkel também rejeitaram a ideia.

O legislador do SPD encarregado da política externa Nils Schmid também criticou a iniciativa em uma declaração à emissora pública alemã ARD. Se a Alemanha aderisse à missão, “de repente você estaria tomando partido dos americanos em uma guerra contra o Irã”.

Uma resposta europeia
O chefe do Comitê de Política Externa do Bundestag, o conservador Norbert Röttgen, disse que a crise exigia uma resposta europeia. “Não podemos ter uma missão conjunta com os EUA neste momento, porque os europeus estão adotando uma política completamente diferente em relação ao Irã”, disse Röttgen.

Separadamente, o porta-voz da política externa do grupo parlamentar CDU/CSU da chanceler alemã Angela Merkel disse à DW que era cedo demais para avaliar se a Alemanha deveria participar.

“Só gostaria de julgar essa operação depois que mais detalhes forem apresentados”, disse Jürgen Hardt. Ele acrescentou que as forças armadas alemãs estariam “preparadas” para fazer uma contribuição “positiva” caso o governo optasse por participar da força. ”

O vice-chanceler alemão e ministro das Finanças, Olaf Scholz, disse na quarta-feira que o risco de ser arrastado para um conflito maior é grande demais. “É por isso que acho que isso não é uma boa ideia”, disse ele à emissora pública ZDF.

Transporte inseguro
Na semana passada, o Reino Unido propôs a força liderada pela Europa para proteger o transporte marítimo no Golfo em resposta à apreensão pelo Irã do petroleiro Stena Impero, com bandeira do Reino Unido, em 19 de julho.

França, Dinamarca, Polônia, Portugal, Espanha e Suécia estão supostamente interessados ​​na missão.

A apreensão do Stena Impero ocorreu duas semanas depois de o Reino Unido ter detido um super petroleiro iraniano perto de Gibraltar por supostamente transportar petróleo para a Síria, em violação das sanções da UE.

A disputa entre petroleiros britânicos e iranianos ocorre em meio a crescentes tensões entre o Irã e a Europa por causa de uma série de ataques com petroleiros e a decisão do Irã de abandonar partes de um acordo de 2015 que restringiu seu programa nuclear.

As relações entre os Estados Unidos e o Irã também pioraram. Ambos os países afirmam ter derrubado drones pertencentes ao outro estado nas últimas semanas.

O Estreito de Ormuz é uma das rotas marítimas mais importantes do mundo. Quase um terço de todas as exportações de petróleo passam pela hidrovia, localizada entre o Irã e Omã.

FONTE: Deutsche Welle



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Re: Marinha Alemã (BundesMarine)
« Responder #110 em: Janeiro 14, 2020, 03:00:26 pm »
Damen, German partners to build Germany’s New MKS 180 ships


Photo: German Defense Ministry

Dutch shipyard Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding, together with its partners Blohm+Voss and Thales, has won a tender for the German Navy’s MKS 180 multi-purpose combat ship project.

The announcement was made by Germany’s Federal Ministry of Defense on January 14, 2020.
The decision is yet to receive parliamentary approval in Germany, according to the ministry.

In April 2019, shipbuilders German Naval Yards Kiel- (GNYK) and Damen-led teams were invited to submit their final bids for the project. Following the evaluation, Damen was selected as the preferred bidder.

Under the program worth more than USD 5 billion, the navy plans to build at least four and up to six MKS 180 ships that would have a displacement of around 9,000 tons and a length of 155 meters. The core crew of the ships would be a complement of 110 while an additional 70 crew would be in charge of the mission modules.

The ships will be built at Blohm + Voss shipyard in Hamburg and at other shipyard locations of the North German Lürssen Group, the parent company of Blohm + Voss, Damen said in a separate statement.

In this way, around 80% of the total net investment will be spent in Germany. The same applies to the electronic application systems that are supplied by Thales Nederland to its own design. Around 70% of the services will be provided by the German subsidiary of Thales and by other German subcontractors.

MKS 180 is envisioned as a modular ship, meaning that it will be capable of assuming anti-submarine, anti-air and surface warfare missions. The navy wants the ship to have all potential mission modules onboard to be capable of exchanging them on a “Flexdeck” without having to go into port. Another desired module would contain a diving chamber and mine warfare equipment.

https://navaltoday.com/2020/01/14/damen-german-partners-to-build-germanys-new-mks-180-ships/

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« Responder #111 em: Janeiro 21, 2020, 10:10:32 am »

German Naval Yards Kiel takes legal actions against MKS 180 procurement

German Naval Yards Kiel (GNYK) will take legal action against the procurement decision of the German Federal Ministry of Defence to grant the MKS 180 project to a consortium led by Damen.

Xavier Vavasseur 21 Jan 2020

“After a thorough examination, we have decided to file a complaint against the award decision,” said a spokesman of the shipyard. He added: “We have serious doubts about the legality of the decision and will therefore exhaust all legal possibilities at our disposal.”

GNYK is thus exercising its right under public procurement law to have the decision reviewed.

The Federal Office of Bundeswehr Equipment, Information Technology and In-Service Support (BAAINBw) announced on January 14th that Dutch shipyard Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding B.V. won the MKS 180 Multi-Purpose Combat Ship tender. Damen is partnering with Blohm+Voss and Thales to supply the German Navy with at least four frigates of type “Multi-purpose battle ship MKS 180”.


https://www.navalnews.com/naval-news/2020/01/german-naval-yards-kiel-takes-legal-actions-against-mks-180-procurement/
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« Responder #112 em: Janeiro 21, 2020, 01:19:06 pm »
Germany’s $6.7 billion frigate deal with Dutch shipbuilder Damen may be the last of its kind
By: Sebastian Sprenger   4 days ago



COLOGNE, Germany — Following the pick of Dutch shipbuilder Damen this week to build at least four new frigates for the German Navy, officials in Germany are finalizing a new policy meant to steer similar contracts to local shipyards in the future.

As drafted, the multi-ministry policy would establish the construction of surface ships as a key technology area in Germany’s security-industry fabric. The designation means Berlin may seek an exception from certain European Union acquisition regulations. Chief among those is a requirement to compete national programs across the bloc, which was the case with the large-frigate-style MKS 180 ships.

German Naval Yards, which teamed with ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems, also had been vying for the deal, portraying their offer as the most German of the proposals, with the promise of jobs and technology kept in the country. Damen, in turn, said this week it would build the ships at the plants of its bid partner Lürssen Group, most notably Blohm+Voss in Hamburg.

New rules on Germany's key strategic industries have been in the works since the governing parties CDU and SPD agreed on a coalition agreement in 2018. That pact said surface shipbuilding would get the designation as a key technology area, but it didn't say when or how.

For the Defence Ministry, the upcoming revision of the 2015 “Strategy Paper of the Federal Government on Strengthening the Defence Industry in Germany,” as the document is titled, is the vehicle that would make it so.

https://www.defensenews.com/global/europe/2020/01/16/germanys-67-billion-frigate-deal-with-dutch-shipbuilder-damen-may-be-the-last-of-its-kind/
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