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Tag: ship maintenance

QED Systems Wins Potential $238M Navy LCS Maintenance Planning Support ContractContract Awards

QED Systems Wins Potential $238M Navy LCS Maintenance Planning Support Contract

Q.E.D. Systems has landed a potential $237.6 million contract to help the U.S. Navy plan the maintenance and sustainment of the
UK to Unveil $1.3B Maintenance, Support Framework for British Navy Warship FleetContract Awards

UK to Unveil $1.3B Maintenance, Support Framework for British Navy Warship Fleet

Michael Fallon, U.K. defense minister, will introduce a potential $1.33 billion framework to provide support services and maintain the British
BAE Unit Wins $79M Contract to Maintain Navy Amphibious Transport DockContract Awards

BAE Unit Wins $79M Contract to Maintain Navy Amphibious Transport Dock

BAE Systems’ Norfolk, Virginia-based ship repair business has won a potential $79.4 million contract from the U.S. Navy to repair, update and
Navy Selects BAE For $53M USS Russell Update,  Maintenance ContractContract Awards

Navy Selects BAE For $53M USS Russell Update, Maintenance Contract

BAE Systems has secured a $53.4 million contract from the U.S. Navy to plan and execute depot-level maintenance and modifications on
General Dynamics Lands $83M Littoral Combat Ship Maintenance ContractContract Awards

General Dynamics Lands $83M Littoral Combat Ship Maintenance Contract

A General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) subsidiary has received an $83.5 million contract to sustain the U.S. Navy’s fleet of littoral combat
Navy Selects 3 Firms for $1.3B San Diego-Based Warship Maintenance Services IDIQContract Awards

Navy Selects 3 Firms for $1.3B San Diego-Based Warship Maintenance Services IDIQ

The U.S. Navy has awarded three companies spots on a potential five-year, $1.32 billion contract to help maintain amphibious warfare