Michelle Kruger, a 25-year veteran of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), has joined Austal’s ship manufacturing business in the U.S. to
Austal‘s shipbuilding business in Mobile, Alabama, has secured a four-year, $156.1 million contract modification to build two additional towing, salvage
Austal’s U.S. ship manufacturing division will design and build offshore patrol cutters for the U.S. Coast Guard under a potential
Austal‘s ship manufacturing business in Mobile, Alabama will design and build a medium auxiliary floating dry dock for the U.S.
An Austal shipbuilding business in Mobile, Alabama, will design and build a 16th Expeditionary Fast Transport vessel for the U.S.
Austal’s U.S. subsidiary has won a new contract to create a baseline design and conduct trade studies in support of
An Austal subsidiary in Mobile, Alabama, will help the U.S. Navy maintain littoral combat ships deployed to the Indian Ocean
Austal‘s U.S. business arm has received a potential five-year, $215.9 million contract from the U.S. Navy to repair and maintain
Rusty Murdaugh, president of Austal’s U.S. arm, said the company is transitioning to steel-based shipbuilding and developing its ship repair
Austal USA has received a potential $385.1 million contract to finalize the design and begin the construction of the U.S.