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Rumänien: Neue Korvetten

Verfasst: So 29. Apr 2018, 21:51
von theoderich
Iniţierea procedurii specifice de achiziţie pentru atribuirea acordului-cadru de furnizare a produsului „Corvetă Multifuncţională” ... 2018-03-01

Informaţie de presă privind proiectele de acte normative care ar putea fi incluse pe agenda şedinţei Guvernului României din 15 februarie 2018 ... uarie-2018

Proiectele de acte normative care ar putea fi incluse în şedinţa Guvernului României din 15.02.2018
  • PROIECT DE HOTĂRÂRE privind aprobarea circumstanţelor şi a procedurii specifice aferente programului de înzestrare esenţial ”Corvetă multifuncţională” ... 5-02-2018/

Re: Rumänien: Neue Korvetten

Verfasst: Mo 22. Okt 2018, 13:39
von theoderich
Romania set to choose four new corvettes, frigate upgrade
Romania's Ministry of Defence is nearing a decision on the procurement of new multirole corvettes after receiving final bids at the beginning of October from Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding of the Netherlands, Italy's Fincantieri, and France's Naval Group.

The EUR1.6 billion (USD1.85 billion) programme covers the acquisition of four corvettes, as well as the combat system modernisation of the Romanian Navy's two ex-UK Royal Navy Type 22 frigates Regina Maria and Regele Ferdinand . A source selection is scheduled for 26 October, although industry sources suggest this could slip by a number of weeks.

Romania's requirement calls for a 2,500-tonne class multipurpose ship with capabilities across anti-submarine warfare, anti-surface warfare, anti-air warfare, electronic warfare, naval gunfire support, and search and rescue. The design is also required to provide aviation facilities suitable for an IAR 330 Puma 10-tonne helicopter and a shipborne unmanned aircraft system.
Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding is bidding a variant of its SIGMA 10514 design with sister yard Damen Shipyards Galati. To meet the Romanian requirement, Daman has specified a Thales Nederland combat management system (CMS)/sensor fit, the Raytheon Evolved SeaSparrow Missile System and Boeing Harpoon Block II anti-ship missiles. The underwater warfare suite would be provided by General Dynamics Mission Systems-Canada.

Fincantieri, which owns the Vard Braila and Tulcea shipyards in Romania, is offering a customised variant of the Abu Dhabi corvette previously built for the United Arab Emirates. It is likely that Vard Braila would be the focal point for both construction and in-service support if Fincantieri is selected. ... te-upgrade

Sigma Frigate 10514

Bild ... gate-10514

Abu Dhabi Class ... abi-class/

Re: Rumänien: Neue Korvetten

Verfasst: Do 31. Jan 2019, 21:04
von theoderich
Romania calls halt to corvette competition
Romania’s long-delayed plan to acquire new multi-mission corvettes has been plunged into doubt after the three-way competition was stopped amid allegations of irregularities in the procurement process. ... ompetition

Re: Rumänien: Neue Korvetten

Verfasst: Mi 3. Jul 2019, 18:34
von theoderich
Local shipyard to build Romanian corvettes
Four new Gowind multirole corvettes for the Romanian Navy will be built locally at Constanţa Shipyard (Santierul Naval Constanta – SNC), after Romanian defence minister Gabriel Leş confirmed the winning bid on 3 July.

France-based Naval Group was selected for the programme ahead of Damen Schelde of the Netherlands and Italy-based Fincantieri, having submitted the lowest bid – EUR1.2 billion (USD1.355 billion) – of the three. The three bidders were downselected for the final stage of the tender on the promise to partner with Romanian shipyards. ... -corvettes

Romania chooses the joint offer of Naval Group and Santierul Naval Constanta for the corvettes programme
The Romanian authorities announced today the selection of Naval Group and its partner Santierul Naval Constanta (SNC) for the programme to build four new Gowind multi-mission corvettes, to modernize the T22 frigates and to create a maintenance centre and a training centre.
The platform and its combat system including the Setis® combat management system (CMS) offer a comprehensive set of state-of-the-art NATO-standard combat-proven capabilities for anti-surface warfare (ASuW), anti-submarine warfare (ASW) and anti-air warfare (AAW). ... programme/