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DSEI 2019: SAMI-Navantia deal confirms full tech transfer of Catiz CMS (updated)

13th September 2019 - 16:20 GMT | by Richard Thomas in London

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A €1 billion ($1.1 billion) deal managed to slip under the defence carpets at DSEI, as SAMI and Navantia agreed a deal through their joint venture for the development and technology transfer of the Catiz combat management system (CMS) and its integration onto the Royal Saudi Naval Forces Avante 2200 corvettes.

Announced on 11 September through the Saudi state news agency, the contract is aimed at developing the country’s defence industrial base with the transfer of technology a key part of the deal. 

In 2018 Navantia and Saudi Arabia agreed a deal for the build of five Avante 2200 vessels

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