UGL to support RAN landing helicopter dock
UGL has secured an asset management programme agreement to support the Royal Australian Navy’s landing helicopter dock (LHD) and landing craft vessels, the company announced on 3 December.
UGL, a CIMIC Group company, is a part of Naval Ship Management, a 50/50 joint venture between UGL and Babcock.
Naval Ship Management has been appointed as asset steward of the 14 vessels in a programme worth approximately $1.5 billion of revenue to the joint venture over 15 years.
Jason Spears, managing director, UGL, said: ‘UGL has a long association with the Royal Australian Navy over 20 years. As an active partner within the Naval Ship Management joint venture, we are pleased to continue supporting the sustainment and performance of the landing helicopter dock and LHD landing craft fleets.’
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