DCNS at CANSEC, Ottawa Canada, 30-31 May 2012 Booth 226

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Naval Industry News - France, Canada
 
 
 
DCNS at CANSEC, Ottawa Canada, 30-31 May 2012 Booth 226
 
DCNS a world leader in naval defence, through the support of its DCNS Canada office in OTTAWA, aims to bring highly interoperable naval solutions to the Canadian marketplace. As a world class naval supplier, DCNS offers a full range of capabilities including maritime coastal defence and security, in-service support, development of highly integrated communications and combat systems to respond to today’s naval defence needs for national and international coalition operations.
     
DCNS a world leader in naval defence, through the support of its DCNS Canada office in OTTAWA, aims to bring highly interoperable naval solutions to the Canadian marketplace. As a world class naval supplier, DCNS offers a full range of capabilities including maritime coastal defence and security, in-service support, development of highly integrated communications and combat systems to respond to today’s naval defence needs for national and international coalition operations.
FREMM Aquitaine at sea
(picture: DCNS)

     
At CANSEC on May 30 and 31, DCNS Canada is offering visitors an opportunity to learn more about the company’s tradition of innovation at the service of naval forces, including today’s full range of modern naval capabilities developed for partners around the world.

The DCNS CANSEC booth showcases the FREMM multi-mission frigate that combines the latest technologies developed by the DCNS Group. FREMM frigates are among the most technologically advanced and competitively priced on the world market. These heavily armed warships are being built under DCNS prime contractorship to carry state-of-the-art weapons and systems including a multifunction radar, Deep Strike missiles, Aster anti-air missiles, Exocet MM40 anti-ship missiles and MU90 torpedoes. These innovative multirole frigates are designed to respond to all types of threats with unparalleled flexibility and availability. France’s is currently building and delivering over 11 vessels currently under construction, targeted for delivery between 2012 to 2022.

DCNS is fully committed to working in close cooperation with Canadian companies from coast to coast and looks forward to engaging in the full NSPS competitive process.
 

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