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JFD awarded China Shipbuilding & Offshore International contract

Posted 27 September 2019 · Add Comment

Underwater capability provider for commercial and defence diving markets, JFD, today announced it has been awarded a multimillion pound contract for the design and build of submarine rescue equipment, including advanced Deep Search and Rescue Vehicles (DSAR), as part of a comprehensive submarine rescue capability being provided to China Shipbuilding & Offshore International Co., Ltd.


Courtesy JFD

 
JFD provides fast, safe and reliable subsea rescue services, solutions products, engineering services and training to 80 countries and 33 of the world’s navies, including the Royal Navy, Australian, Indian, Singapore and South Korean Navies, as well as providing the NATO Submarine Rescue System.
 
Giovanni Corbetta, Managing Director, JFD, said: “This contract award underlines JFD’s position as market leader in the submarine rescue market, safeguarding the lives of submariners and providing a comprehensive submarine rescue capability to organisations around the world.”


 

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