Naval Group signs ISS agreement with Egypt
Naval Group has signed an agreement with the Egyptian Navy for the in-service support (ISS) of vessels delivered by the group over the next five years.
This agreement lays ground to a contract framing the maintenance activity related to Naval Group’s vessels delivered to Egypt. The activity will be managed through a new Naval Group subsidiary based in Alexandria.In July 2014, Egypt's Ministry of Defense signed a contract for the construction of four Gowind corvettes. The
first-of-class was built in Lorient and delivered to Egypt in September 2017. The second of the series, launched in September, is being built under technology transfer at Alexandria Shipyard.
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