Turkey builds fast amphibious military ships

Amphibious warship put to sea Turkey plans to build seven more fast amphibious military ships like the Ç-151 launched in Istanbul yesterday. Turkey has built the first of its eight fast amphibious military ships, model Ç-151, which complies with NATO standards. These assault ships are being built as part of the “Landing Craft Tank” (LCT) project. Ç-151 More...

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Turkish high-tech company Aselsan signs contract for euro 95.5 million in submarine project

Turkish defense contractor signs 95 mln euro deal in submarine project.. Turkish defense contractor Aselsan has signed a 95.5 million euro agreement with HDW/MFI Business Partnership in a submarine construction More...

By admin On Friday, October 21st, 2011
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Turkish businessmen compete for yacht worth 20 million euros

Four Turkish businessmen are in competition to purchase the Cyrus One, the most expensive yacht at 20 million Euros, out of 386 boats on display at the International Istanbul Shop&Miles Boatshow. Opening its More...

By admin On Friday, August 19th, 2011
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Turkey Ranks Third in Mega Yacht Production Business

Turkey ranks third in the world in fruitful mega yacht making business after Holland and Italy, with a 9 percent market share, according to a local professional. Only 10 Turkish shipyards produce mega yachts, or More...

By admin On Saturday, April 23rd, 2011
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Turkish Shipbuilding Industry Aims to Increase Its Competitive Strength

It is impossible for the shipbuilding industry to reach desired level without reducing dependence on imports. The industry aims to supply majority of 3,000 pieces of different inputs provided currently by imports, More...

By admin On Sunday, February 27th, 2011
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Europe’s 6th Biggest Ship Manufacturer

Turkey has 600 years of history in shipbuilding. Until the 1970s military needs were prominent in shipyard production. It has grown 17 times in the last 10 years. Its share in world ship exports is 2.7%  More...

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