Maritime shipbuilding in the Netherlands Wim A. Smit College of Twente, The Netherlands Meeting on.


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Maritime shipbuilding in the Netherlands Wim A. Smit University of Twente, The Netherlands Conference on “A Shipbuilding and Ship Procurement Strategy for Canada?” 4 November 2009. “De Zeven Provinciën” in the second England-Netherlands war (1665-1667). Elements of Dutch maritime shipbuilding.
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Maritime shipbuilding in the Netherlands Wim A. Smit University of Twente, The Netherlands Conference on "A Shipbuilding and Ship Procurement Strategy for Canada?" 4 November 2009

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"De Zeven Provinciën" in the second England-Netherlands war (1665-1667)

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Features of Dutch maritime shipbuilding The Netherlands is independent in maritime shipbuilding Most maritime weaponry is imported a long-standing maritime/oceanic bunch the RNLN at the middle as a creepy crawly in the web RNLN is pioneer firm RNLN itself plans its new ships RNLN itself outlines Sensor, Weapon and Control Systems (SEWACO) Much of Dutch ability on maritime innovation is situated inside the Navy\'s configuration office. Common trust is more vital than rivalry

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Wärtsilä motors Rolls-Royce gas turbines Wärtsilä impetus Loggers stun & vibration Hertel firewall & accomodation Rohde & Schwarz telecom Thales NL Imtech RNLN Exendis Energy transformation Rexroth Hydraudine Hydraulic barrels Yards TNO Defense Research MARIN Maritime examination Dutch maritime/sea group

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Dutch maritime shipyards through the 1950s-1980s Each yard had its own particular claim to fame De Schelde - frigates RDM - submarines Van der Giessen de Noord - minesweepers & minehunters [Wilton Fijenoord - 2 frigates and 4 submarines ] [ NSM - (until the mid-1960s) 3 frigates ] D so be it Shipbuildings - sends out Fast Attack Crafts (since 1980s)

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Dutch maritime fares in the past Weak fare position for new Dutch maritime boats political variables remote governments bolster fares of own maritime yards no fare licenses ( Taiwan, South Africa ) RNLN\'s as dispatch client is fundamental, however RNLN\'s prerequisites: progressed & costly Small fare triumphs in 1980s: Greece, Indonesia, Taiwan More fruitful in trading second hand warships previously: Peru and Indonesia Recently frigates to Belgium, Portugal, Chile minehunters to Latvia Thales Netherlands effective: radar and flame control hardware new or in refitting programs

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Dutch maritime shipyards after 2000 Damen Schelde Shipyards Virtually the main shipyard left, surface vessels Different administration and technique SIGMA-outline: measured configuration of corvettes Successful in fares: FAC, corvettes, watch vessels ( Indonesia, Marocco) Co-operation with and assume control of outside yards (e.g., Galati yard in Romania) Re-entering of IHC Merwede? Configuration and Construction of ATS, LPD and AOR Multi Role Ship for New Zealand Navy (2006) Still little experience

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Damen Schelde craftsman impression of Dutch JSS

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Some elements of preparatory JSS plan (dis)embarking of LCU by means of Ro-Ro slope lift for helicopters and vehicles

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Preliminary undertakings of Dutch and Canadian JSS

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Preliminary elements of Dutch and Canadian JSS

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