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  • #51
    EL USS SWIFT por dentro:

    Por Stike Nahuel


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      Por Strike Nahuel


      • #53
        del Flikr Armada de Chile

        Comentario: interesante el A244 como reemplazo del Mk46... 1313

        Las malas lenguas cuentan que almirante le brillaban los ojos con la BAE Type-26...



        • #54
          Contrato amplio con BAE Systems : mantenimiento T-22/23, vehículos anfibios y otros

          Security Industry
          Chile to spend more on naval defenses
          Published: Dec. 1, 2010 at 4:38 PM

          VALPARAISO, Chile, Dec. 1 (UPI) -- Chile is boosting defense expenditure to strengthen its naval defenses against potential threats from drug crime and other contraband activity affecting its maritime frontiers.

          The Chilean award of a new contract for BAE Systems followed measures by other neighboring countries to increase military spending to counter criminal gangs in the region.

          BAE Systems said that following a new contract it would work to enhance Chilean naval capability.

          A two-year extended agreement with Chilean shipbuilding and repair organization ASMAR would provide support to the country's Type 22 and Type 23 frigates, BAE Systems said.

          The agreement comes on the back of an initial three-year contract the company signed in 2007. The new deal guarantees a core level of repair and maintenance support to the frigates, with the scope to provide additional platform and combat systems equipment upgrade work to the Armada de Chile as required.

          The agreement also seeks to transfer technology and skills, enabling ASMAR to progressively increase the proportion of work it conducts independently in Chile, BAE Systems said.

          Chile has been a late-comer to a recent rise in large-scale Latin American defense procurement. It was distracted in 2008 by the economic downturn and earlier this year by a magnitude 8.8 earthquake Feb. 27 that depleted the country's cash surplus.

          Speaking at Exponaval, South America's leading maritime exhibition, Dean McCumiskey, BAE Systems' managing director for Europe and the Americas, said, "Today's announcement is an endorsement of the support we have delivered to ASMAR and the Chilean Navy to date and we look forward to strengthening this relationship over the next two years."

          He said, "We will work side by side with ASMAR to enhance its capability to deliver complex warship support and assist in the re-equipment of its workshops at Talcahuano dockyard."

          He said the company also planned to provide training for Chilean personnel in Britain. The training will enable Asmar to develop further skills required to undertake complex supply chain management, dockyard management and fleet maintenance programs, McCumiskey said.

          The contract with ASMAR is part of a recent trend toward growth in BAE Systems' support and services operations. Several other examples of such deals have moved into advanced maintenance and manufacturing.

          In the Middle East, BAE Systems has established a joint venture with Abu Dhabi Ship Building to provide repair, maintenance and integrated logistic support to navies and commercial organizations in that region.

          BAE Systems is a global defense, security and aerospace company and employs about 107,000 people worldwide. The company reported sales of $36.2 billion in 2009

          OJO, la nota está hablando de Joint Venture... podría estarse decidiendo el futuro socio de ASMAR en el mediano plazo... ojo tambien con lo de plataformas adicionales y suministro de equipos para upgradear las actuales fragatas si es requerido. Es un convenio amplio que le da más chances a BAE de quedarse con la licitación internacional de ASMAR Construcciones Navales y toda la cartera de proyectos asociados de la ACh.

          Es mucha plata la que está en juego...


          Canadienses con altas espectativas y buena impresión

          New Brunswick businesses get warm reception in Chile, says ACOA minister

          Published Wednesday December 1st, 2010

          More New Brunswick companies should think about doing business in Chile, says Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency Minister and Fredericton Conservative MP Keith Ashfield.

          The Daily Gleaner/Ray Bourgeois

          "We have a very positive relationship with Chile," he said, in a telephone interview Tuesday from Valparaiso, Chile.

          "We were the first free trade agreement which Chile signed ... in 1997."

          He said Chile is similar in many ways to Canada in terms of geography, including having a long coastline and a resource-based economy.

          Ashfield is in the South American country in this week for the EXPONAVAL 2010, a biannual trade show that attracts more than 7,500 visitors, including official naval delegations, military attaches, government and defence-industry representatives, military decision-makers and international defence contractors active in the region.

          He's leading a delegation of 10 companies from this region, including Fredericton-based digital mapping company CARIS.

          "It has been a very productive day so far," said Ashfield. "We've had some very good discussions."

          He said he met with four different ministers from the government of Chile, the admiral of the Chilean navy and a joint chamber of commerce meeting between Canada and Chile which 150 persons attended.

          "The minister of housing spoke very highly of Canada," said Ashfield.

          Canada's assistance in the recent mine rescue in that country is well known, the minister said.

          Atlantic Canada has a separate booth at the trade show in the EXPONAVAL exhibition venue, and the 10 companies from this region have booths as well.

          Ashfield said the head of the Chilean navy promised to stop by each of the booths, including the CARIS display.

          "They have been very busy in the booth here today ... and making the contacts they need to do business here," he said about CARIS.

          The ACOA minister said awareness about the potential of trading with Chile is growing in this region.

          "This is a biannual show ... and some of the companies from the Atlantic trade mission were here in 2008," he said.

          "If they didn't think it was a good place to do business, they wouldn't be back.

          "There's a lot of potential here. Chile is a growing country."

          Ashfield said Canada is the third largest investor in Chile and its No. 1 investment is in the mining sector.

          "No. 2 is in the forestry sector," he said.

          In 2009, two-way merchandise trade between Canada and Latin America totalled almost $19 billion.

          Ashfield returns to Fredericton on Saturday.


          Fredericton firm hopes to add contracts at Chilean expo
          Published Thursday December 2nd, 2010

          Defence: CARIS among 10 Atlantic Canadian firms exhibiting at EXPONAVAL 2010


          "The CARIS software helps them understand their waterways ... so they can make sure that the accidents are kept to a minimum," Palmer said.

          EXPONAVAL 2010 will provide CARIS with an opportunity to market this same technology to a targeted market. While Palmer could not confirm the value of the Panama Canal Authority contract, he said it was at least a five-figure deal.

          Palmer also noted that conferences such as EXPONAVAL are important for CARIS, as the Asian and Latin American economies are growing and becoming important markets for the company. In addition, as the Asian economy grows, they are looking for the best technologies to help support emerging infrastructure, said Palmer.

          Keith Ashfield, the federal minister of the Atlantic Canada Opportunity Agency (ACOA), is with the delegation of Atlantic Canadian defence contractors at EXPONAVAL.

          In a phone interview on Tuesday from Valparaíso, Ashfield said he had a one-on-one meeting with the admiral of the Chilean Navy to discuss the opportunity for Atlantic Canadian companies to do business in Chile.

          "He said he was going to visit all 10 companies we have at the show. It was very positive," said Ashfield of his conversation with the admiral. Ashfield said many of the booths for the Atlantic Canadian companies were "very busy" throughout the first day of the event.

          "These trade shows are valuable tools and it's imperative that we be involved in them in order to grow our country and the regions of our country," said Ashfield.

          Under ACOA's Business Development Program, the Canadian government contributed $160,000 in funding to help get the Atlantic Canadian delegation to the exhibition. The exhibition runs until Friday, with more than 150 companies showcasing their products and services.

          - with files from Jon MacNeill

          Editado por última vez por HernanSCL; 02/12/2010, 19:44:54.


          • #55
            Buena cobertura del evento, gracias por el material
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