DCNS in 2015
A PARTNERSHIP WITH EGYPT TO DRIVE GROWTH
— Sustainable cooperation in Saudi Arabia In Saudi Arabia, DCNS and the King Abdulaziz scientific agency for science and technology (KACST) have set up a collaborative naval and maritime research centre devoted to jointly developing innovative solutions in targeted areas, such as simulation and modelling.
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— Conquering Australia During the October Pacific naval defence exhibition in Sydney, DCNS unveiled a scale model of the Shortfin Barracuda. The Group is entering this model as a contender in the selection process launched by the Australian government to acquire between 6 and 12 conventional submarines.
50% is the proportion
of DCNS’ income generated on international markets. —
17 countries in which
the Group has offices and subsidiaries. —
— A successful launch in India On 28 October 2015, DCNS and its Indian partner Mazagon Dock Limited (MDL) floated out the first of a series of six Scorpene® submarines entirely constructed with technology transfer at the MDL naval shipyards in Mumbai.
— Brazil, a special partner The Prosub contract covers the construction of four conventional submarines for the Brazilian Navy, with technology transfer.
— NATO has confidence in DCNS As part of an international consortium, DCNS has been selected to contribute to the NATO anti-ballistic missile defence system programme. The Group is contributing its expertise as a prime contractor of naval systems.
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