• New shipbuilding strategy signals shake up of UK warship procurement

    The Royal Navy's Type 31e General Purpose Frigate programme is regarded as the catalyst to an enterprise-wide transformation The build of a class of up to three new Future Solid Support ships will be subject to international competition Source: http://www.janes.com/article/73640/new-shipbuilding-strategy-signals-shake-up-of-uk-warship-procurement

    published: 19 Sep 2017
  • A shipwrecked budget? Trudeau faces stark decisions in ship building

    Trudeau faces out-of-date budget for navy ships in Canada, and tough choices ahead. »»» Subscribe to The National to watch more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/user/CBCTheNational?sub_confirmation=1 Voice Your Opinion & Connect With Us Online: The National Updates on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thenational The National Updates on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CBCTheNational The National Updates on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CBCTheNational »»» »»» »»» »»» »»» The National is CBC Television's flagship news program. Airing seven days a week, the show delivers news, feature documentaries and analysis from some of Canada's leading journalists.

    published: 02 Dec 2015
  • DDG 51 Class Ship Multiyear Procurement Construction Contracts Awarded

    Headlines for Thursday, June 6, 2013: DDG 51 Class Ship Multiyear Procurement Construction Contracts Awarded; First Naval Construction Division Decommissioned

    published: 06 Jun 2013
  • How Amazon Receives Your Inventory

    Take a tour of an Amazon fulfillment center and see how our Associates receive your inventory from your inbound shipments. You will also learn what happens when your shipments are missing vital prep, labels or packaging or are otherwise not e-Commerce ready.

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  • Harry DeWolf-class offshore patrol vessel

    Harry DeWolf-class offshore patrol vessel is a Government of Canada procurement project for the Royal Canadian Navy that is part of the National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy.The class was previously referred to as Arctic Offshore Patrol Vessel .In July 2007 the federal government announced plans for acquiring 6-8 icebreaking vessels for the RCN.The vessels have been speculated to be modelled on the Norwegian Svalbard class and as of 2007 are projected to cost $3.5 billion CAD to construct with a total project procurement budgeted to cost $4.3 billion in order to cover maintenance over the 25-year lifespan of the vessels. ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- About the author(s): Marcusroos License: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 (CC BY-SA 3.0) Author(s): Marcusroos (http...

    published: 31 Aug 2016
  • National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy

    The National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy represents an important step in the Canadian government's commitment to rebuild the Royal Canadian Navy and the Canadian Coast Guard fleets. Canada defends more coastline than any other country, as it is bounded by three oceans. Canada protects its maritime approaches from smuggling, trafficking and pollution, and also provides life-saving search and rescue as well as opportunities for scientific research. The fleets also act internationally to meet our commitments and protect our interests. The current fleets of the Royal Canadian Navy and the Canadian Coast Guard are reaching the end of their operational lives. Through the National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy, Canada is preparing for their replacements. The three elements of the NSPS a...

    published: 28 Jun 2012
  • The Light Fighter Debacle: A Case Study Of Dysfunctional Procurement

    The Light Fighter Debacle: A Case Study Of Dysfunctional Procurement. Among many other things, the new Defence Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman, would do well to study the long-running procurement of a single-engine, light fighter for the Indian Air Force (IAF) to understand how dysfunctional procurement hamstrings the military. Friday’s announcement by Swedish company, Saab, and the Adani Group to build the Gripen E single-engine fighter in India; which followed a similar tie-up in June between US major, Lockheed Martin, and Tata Advanced Systems Ltd to build the F-16 Block 70 fighter and has brought the wheel full circle from 1999 when the IAF demanded 126 combat aircraft to replace its fleet of MiG-21 and MiG-27 light fighters. It was originally hoped that the Tejas light combat aircraft ...

    published: 13 Sep 2017
  • AFP's Delivery of Weapons in August 2017 and More Procurement Plans

    The plans as per the Philippine Navy Sail Plan as well as the Philippine Air Force Flight plan really emphasizes the intentions of procuring more units of these said military assets considering that it will really help the AFP or the Armed Forces of the Philippines improve its capabilities in which it was seen as part of improving territorial defense posture which helps the nation protect itself against foreign adversaries. In such a manner, the Indonesian shipbuilder gives an idea that aside from the two Tarlac-class Landing Platform Docks the Philippine Navy have, there is an option calling for procuring two more ships or in the Sail Plan, three LHA-class Strategic Sealift Vessels where aside from having a larger landing pad for helicopters to land, it can also be serve as an amphibious...

    published: 12 Jul 2017
  • Procurement of 4 multi-purpose vessel for navy

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  • The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) is planning to purchase of military trucks worth P1-billion

    The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) is planning to purchase of military trucks worth P1-billion The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) is planning to purchase P1-billion worth of military trucks, machine guns and other armaments from Russia. PCG commandant Rear Adm. Elson Hermogino announced the agency’s plan on Friday following the courtesy call last Monday of Russian Ambassador to the Philippines Igor Khovaev at the PCG. Hermogino said he discussed with Khovaev the procurement of armaments for the PCG. “It has been arranged in the previous administration. It’s about the procurement of some armaments for our people and our ships,” said Hermogino, adding that the purchase needs the approval of the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA). “Once the DFA approves our draft MOA (memorandum of agreement...

    published: 19 Apr 2018
  • Indian MoD’s $223-bn Plan For Purchase Of Fighter Jets, Submarines, Ships

    This video shows you that Indian MoD’s $223-bn Plan For Purchase Of Fighter Jets, Submarines, Ships. In a major shift to ramp up military readiness, the Indian Ministry of Defense (MoD) has prepared an ambitious plan to spend some $233 billion over the next 11 years on buying or producing new equipment, including ships, fighter jets, submarines, aircraft carriers and some 500 helicopters. The sum of $223 billion dollars translates into some Rs 15,00,000 crore (Rs 15 lakh crore) and is projected as part of the financial requirements for the long-term integrated perspective Plan (LTIPP) for the period 2012-2027. The MoD seeks an annual 8 per cent hike in existing capital spending that allocated in each year’s budget for new military equipment meant for the Army, Navy and the Indian Air Force...

    published: 24 Aug 2016
  • National Shipbuilding Strategy: UK vs Canada

    The British government today introduced their own National Shipbuilding Strategy to solve the very same problems that Canada is presently facing with their own namesake program. In particular, the UK is ending the shipbuilding monopolies and introducing distributed block construction whereby shipyards throughout the country will build sections of ships in order to expedite and lower the cost of shipbuilding programs. Davie's chairman Alex Vicefield compared the two strategies already in an editorial here: http://ottawacitizen.com/opinion/columnists/vicefield-lessons-from-britain-on-canadian-shipbuilding

    published: 06 Sep 2017
  • Procurement is broken (US)

    Suppliers are integral to the modern company, and they know more about your supply chain, risk, governance and innovation that you do. But where is procurement in all of this? Proxima explains... More information can be found at [http://www.proximagroup.com/proof-it-works] ============ About Proxima ============ Proxima is the alternative approach to the conventional in-house procurement function. It's one that gives a profoundly different experience to stakeholders, as well as to their suppliers. One that is impossible to replicate in-house. And one that transforms performance because of how it helps align third party costs with corporate aims.

    published: 08 Oct 2013
  • Cost management: how is price different from cost - Procurement training - Purchasing skills

    http://www.procurement-academy.com The e-learning topics, for buyers, covered in our procurement academy online training: tender, negotiation, finance, total cost of ownership -- TCO, RFP, RFI, RFT, category management, contract writing, strategic sourcing, tender documents, supplier development, cost calculation, European procurement, cost estimation, legal terms, supplier performance management -- KPI, contract management, value analysis, cost breakdown, incoterms, development of specifications, how to write an RFP, procurement assessment, procurement certificate. More info? info@procurement-academy.com

    published: 19 Mar 2012
  • Over priced Arctic patrol ships

    http://www.friends.ca/ Overpriced Arctic patrol ships? Irving announces layoffs at Halifax shipyard as renovations begin HALIFAX -- The Irving Shipyard in Halifax will begin laying off part of its workforce by the end of September as the site prepares for $300 million in renovations to start building a new fleet of navy ships. Scott Jamieson, vice-president of programs at the shipyard, says the move is necessary to proceed with the construction of new facilities. Jamieson couldn't give the number of employees to be laid off, but says a number of trades will be affected at the site, which employs about 900 shipyard workers. He says the company hopes some of those workers will be recalled when work on six to eight Arctic offshore patrol vessels begins in 2015. The company received a $260...

    published: 26 Sep 2013
  • 1st year Shipping Practice Contact Class 2016

    published: 27 Feb 2016
  • Royal Navy 's procurement programme for T31e frigates - details

    published: 08 Nov 2017
  • The Philippine Submarine Procurement Program - Pitz Defense Analysis

    Running for decades, the Philippines and its military aims to procure diesel-powered submarines in which it is ideal for an archipelagic nation where such vessel serves as a deterrent to any nation which poses a naval threat in the country. Way back 2013 - 2017, a submarine office was established by the Philippine Navy (PN) as part of the AFP Modernization Program which at that time is in its full throttle mode. It is known that the Submarine Procurement itself will be slated on the Second Horizon where it calls on the partial acquisition of around three submarines. These are expected to be commissioned in the Third Horizon, all based from the Philippine Navy Sail Plan 2028. Such Sail Plan can be change without notice upon the discretion of the Navy or the Department of National Defense (...

    published: 14 Sep 2017
  • Cost of Royal Canadian Navy Warships Doubles

    CBC News reports that the Harper government underestimated by many billions of dollars the cost of new warships to be built for the Royal Canadian Navy.

    published: 02 Dec 2015
  • Philippine Navy Successful Procurement Based on Desired Forced

    Successful acquisition of Ordnance based on Philippine Navy Modernization based on DESIRED FORCE MIX revised in 2015. 1. After failed negotiation of Italian Maestrale class Antisubmarine Frigates (ASW) transfer, the government then allotted PHP 18 billion for the purchase of two brand new frigates. 2. Balikpapan Class Landing Class Heavy Australian government provided the Philippine Navy with two Balikpapan Class Landing Craft Heavy. After receiving the ship 3. BRP Tarlac (LD-601) is the first of two landing platform dock (LPD) -like ships acquired under a contract worth PHP 3.8 billion 4. Commissioned in May 2015, the Lake Caliraya replenishment tanker is now capable of depot-to-ship Soundtrack: Standoff by Bausic Productions Website: http://www.thephdefense.com Facebook: https:...

    published: 01 Sep 2016
  • India Offers Vietnam $500 Million Credit For Defense Procurement

    This video shows you that India Offers Vietnam $500 Million Credit For Defense Procurement. Indian Prime Minister has offered Vietnam a credit line of $500 million dollars for facilitating deeper defense cooperation. The deal, being one among a 12 cooperation agreements, was signed between the country’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Hanoi and his Vietnamese counterpart Nguyen Xuan Phuc. The agreements were signed on Saturday in areas like health, cyber security, ship-building, U.N. peace-keeping operations and naval information sharing. The credit was for facilitating mutual defence cooperation and relationship that would contribute to stability, securities and prosperity in the region, Modi was quoted as saying by Reuters Saturday. The offer follows a rise of almost 700 percent in Vietn...

    published: 03 Sep 2016
  • V.Group - who we are, what we do

    V.Group is the world’s leading provider of outsourced maritime services to the commercial shipping and cruise industries and an increasingly important player in the energy sector. The company delivers a wide range of marine services including technical management and support through its market-leading third party ship manager, V.Ships; seafarer recruitment, management and training; procurement, and ship supply chain management. V.Group employs 2500 staff around its global office network in 60 locations and manages the recruitment and placement of some 38,000 seafarers. It delivers ship and crew management services to a diverse fleet of over 800 vessels. These include crude, products, chemical and LPG/LNG tankers, bulk carriers ranging from a large fleet of self-dischargers to VLOCs, cont...

    published: 11 Jun 2015
  • Joint Support Ship - Concept Design

    A concept design sketch of the Joint Support Ship (JSS) by BMT Fleet Technology. The Joint Support Ship (JSS) project is a Government of Canada capital acquisition project to replace the Royal Canadian Navy's ageing Auxiliary Oiler Replenishment (AOR) ships. Canada's current procurement strategy includes the assessment/evaluation of two design options: a bespoke design developed by BMT Fleet Technology and an existing, off-the-shelf design of ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems' Berlin Class. For more information on JSS and BMT Fleet Technology please visit http://www.fleetech.com.

    published: 14 Jun 2013
  • Why Philippines orders 3 more SSVs, 2 missile ships?

    President-Director Budiman Saleh of Indonesian state-owned shipbuilder PT PAL said that Philippines has ordered two more Strategic Sealift Vessels (SSV) and one SSV hospital ship, as reported by Jakarta Post on July 15. This is after PT PAL successfully delivered 2 SSVs to Philippine Navy. The 2 SSVs – BRP Tarlac (LD-601), BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) – are now under the Tarlac-class landing platform dock. Budiman Saleh added that the Philippines also ordered two 60-meter long range missile-armed ships (KCR-60). However, pending the finalization of Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) Modernization Second Horizon acquisition list and official commencement of bidding projects, what Saleh said may still be in discussion stage. Philippine Navy’s Desired Force Mix indicates that one SSV in ...

    published: 17 Jul 2017
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New shipbuilding strategy signals shake up of UK warship procurement
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New shipbuilding strategy signals shake up of UK warship procurement

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The Royal Navy's Type 31e General Purpose Frigate programme is regarded as the catalyst to an enterprise-wide transformation The build of a class of up to three new Future Solid Support ships will be subject to international competition Source: http://www.janes.com/article/73640/new-shipbuilding-strategy-signals-shake-up-of-uk-warship-procurement
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A shipwrecked budget? Trudeau faces stark decisions in ship building
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A shipwrecked budget? Trudeau faces stark decisions in ship building

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Trudeau faces out-of-date budget for navy ships in Canada, and tough choices ahead. »»» Subscribe to The National to watch more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/user/CBCTheNational?sub_confirmation=1 Voice Your Opinion & Connect With Us Online: The National Updates on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thenational The National Updates on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CBCTheNational The National Updates on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CBCTheNational »»» »»» »»» »»» »»» The National is CBC Television's flagship news program. Airing seven days a week, the show delivers news, feature documentaries and analysis from some of Canada's leading journalists.
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DDG 51 Class Ship Multiyear Procurement Construction Contracts Awarded
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DDG 51 Class Ship Multiyear Procurement Construction Contracts Awarded

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Headlines for Thursday, June 6, 2013: DDG 51 Class Ship Multiyear Procurement Construction Contracts Awarded; First Naval Construction Division Decommissioned
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How Amazon Receives Your Inventory
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How Amazon Receives Your Inventory

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Take a tour of an Amazon fulfillment center and see how our Associates receive your inventory from your inbound shipments. You will also learn what happens when your shipments are missing vital prep, labels or packaging or are otherwise not e-Commerce ready.
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Harry DeWolf-class offshore patrol vessel
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Harry DeWolf-class offshore patrol vessel

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Harry DeWolf-class offshore patrol vessel is a Government of Canada procurement project for the Royal Canadian Navy that is part of the National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy.The class was previously referred to as Arctic Offshore Patrol Vessel .In July 2007 the federal government announced plans for acquiring 6-8 icebreaking vessels for the RCN.The vessels have been speculated to be modelled on the Norwegian Svalbard class and as of 2007 are projected to cost $3.5 billion CAD to construct with a total project procurement budgeted to cost $4.3 billion in order to cover maintenance over the 25-year lifespan of the vessels. ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- About the author(s): Marcusroos License: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 (CC BY-SA 3.0) Author(s): Marcusroos (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Marcusroos) ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- This channel is dedicated to make Wikipedia, one of the biggest knowledge databases in the world available to people with limited vision. Article available under a Creative Commons license Image source in video
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National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy
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National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy

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The National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy represents an important step in the Canadian government's commitment to rebuild the Royal Canadian Navy and the Canadian Coast Guard fleets. Canada defends more coastline than any other country, as it is bounded by three oceans. Canada protects its maritime approaches from smuggling, trafficking and pollution, and also provides life-saving search and rescue as well as opportunities for scientific research. The fleets also act internationally to meet our commitments and protect our interests. The current fleets of the Royal Canadian Navy and the Canadian Coast Guard are reaching the end of their operational lives. Through the National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy, Canada is preparing for their replacements. The three elements of the NSPS are: two packages of work, valued at $33 billion, to build large vessels, one for combat ships and the other non-combat ships; small vessel construction valued at $2 billion for shipyards who are not selected for the large vessels; and finally ongoing refit and repair work valued at $500 million annually which will be open to all shipyards through normal procurement processes. In its report entitled Sovereignty, Security and Prosperity, CADSI has estimated that government ship projects would directly and indirectly contribute over $2 billion in annual economic benefit and 15,000 jobs over the next 30 years. http://www.forces.gc.ca/site/pri/2/ship-navale-eng.asp Transcript Bounded by three oceans and home to the Great Lakes, Canada defends more coastline than any other country on Earth. After several shipwrecks during the 1700s, lifeboats and light stations were introduced to Canada's east coast. In the 1800s, patrol vessels started protecting and enforcing fishing and shipping regulations. These were the foundations of the Canadian Coast Guard. When the Second World War began, Canada had just ten vessels. When the war ended, the Royal Canadian Navy was the fourth largest in the world. During peace time, a balance was struck between those humble beginnings and the fleet of the 1940s. Today, Canada protects its maritime approaches from smuggling, trafficking, and pollution. The services provide life-saving search and rescue as well as opportunities for scientific research. Canada's navy also acts internationally, to meet our commitments and protect our interests. The National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy charts the course for the new federal fleet. It is an important shift in shipbuilding, from working project-by-project to a long-term approach and strategic relationships with two Canadian shipyards to build large vessels. Canada will sustain skilled jobs across the country, in shipbuilding and related industries, for generations to come. Naval Reserve | Réserve navale FACEBOOK | TWITTER | YOU TUBE | FLICKR www.navres.forces.gc.ca
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The Light Fighter Debacle: A Case Study Of Dysfunctional Procurement
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The Light Fighter Debacle: A Case Study Of Dysfunctional Procurement

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The Light Fighter Debacle: A Case Study Of Dysfunctional Procurement. Among many other things, the new Defence Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman, would do well to study the long-running procurement of a single-engine, light fighter for the Indian Air Force (IAF) to understand how dysfunctional procurement hamstrings the military. Friday’s announcement by Swedish company, Saab, and the Adani Group to build the Gripen E single-engine fighter in India; which followed a similar tie-up in June between US major, Lockheed Martin, and Tata Advanced Systems Ltd to build the F-16 Block 70 fighter and has brought the wheel full circle from 1999 when the IAF demanded 126 combat aircraft to replace its fleet of MiG-21 and MiG-27 light fighters. It was originally hoped that the Tejas light combat aircraft would replace the MiGs. However, it was nowhere in sight during the Kargil conflict (1999). So the IAF decided to supplement its three-squadron fleet of Mirage 2000 multi-role fighters, which had performed well during Kargil. French vendor, Dassault, proposed shifting the Mirage 2000 production line to India. The idea was that if, after building the IAF’s immediate requirement of 126 fighters, the Tejas was not yet available, it would be easy to build more Mirage 2000-5s. But in 2002, burnt by the Tehelka sting, the government shied away from single-vendor procurement and ordered a global tender. Washington, driving for a closer relationship with India, cleared the F-16 for sale to New Delhi, the Russians offered their new MiG-29M and Saab of Sweden jumped in with its Gripen light fighter. With the simple Mirage 2000-5 solution scuppered, the IAF took two years to issue a Request for Information (RFI) to these four fighter vendors in 2004. Three years later, when the IAF issued its tender, the original plan to build an affordable, single-engine, light fighter was officially dead. Boeing had joined the fray with an offer for its F/A-18E/F Super Hornet, and the Eurofighter GmbH consortium had offered the Typhoon, both heavy fighters. Dassault, furious at losing out on an assured order and having to compete in a global procurement, dropped its offer of the Mirage 2000-5 and fielded the Rafale instead. This was now the “medium multirole combat aircraft” (MMRCA) contest between a smorgasbord of dissimilar fighters – heavy, twin-engine fighters competing with medium, single-engine ones. defence news, essay on make in india, india fighter jets, indian air force, indian air force planes, indian fighter, indian fighter jet, indian fighter planes, indian navy submarines, indian submarines, ins arihant, make in india, make in india campaign, make in india essay, make in india in hindi, make in india policy, make in india project, make in india website, make in india week, making india, mig 29k, teja, tejas, tejas aircraft ====================================================================================================== DISCLAIMER: Each and every content used in this video is not imaginary. All are taken from reputed news agencies. This video doesn’t meant to hurt anybody's personal feelings,beliefs and religion. We are not responsible for any of these statements used in this video. If you have any suggestion or query regarding this video, you can contact me on YouTube personal Message and you can send me message in my Facebook page. Thank you & regards Global conflicts ====================================================================================================== Channel Link: https://www.youtube.com/c/Globalconflict7 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GlobalConflict7/ Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/globalconflict/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Gl0balC0nflict ======================================================================================================
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AFP's Delivery of Weapons in August 2017 and More Procurement Plans
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AFP's Delivery of Weapons in August 2017 and More Procurement Plans

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The plans as per the Philippine Navy Sail Plan as well as the Philippine Air Force Flight plan really emphasizes the intentions of procuring more units of these said military assets considering that it will really help the AFP or the Armed Forces of the Philippines improve its capabilities in which it was seen as part of improving territorial defense posture which helps the nation protect itself against foreign adversaries. In such a manner, the Indonesian shipbuilder gives an idea that aside from the two Tarlac-class Landing Platform Docks the Philippine Navy have, there is an option calling for procuring two more ships or in the Sail Plan, three LHA-class Strategic Sealift Vessels where aside from having a larger landing pad for helicopters to land, it can also be serve as an amphibious vessel with additional air cover as well as being a hospital ship. On that case, despite having corruption issues within the Industry, PT PAL still resumes to deliver the second SSV or Tarlac-class Landing Platform Docks on time so in that such timely delivery will be an added value on the competitiveness alongside cost-effective and the quality of the vessel in itself. In the case of the South Korean aircraft manufacturer meanwhile, the Philippine Air Force calls to have around six or twelve more units which was based on plans being laid on that period where it is better to wait for the second horizon to come up which will determine the final number of the additional orders that the air force have when it comes to FA-50s. In the case of the Philippine Navy, it is deemed calling to replace the old World War 2 vessels where Landing Platform Docks are to be better amphibious as well HADR platforms where it will be better than the WW2-era Landing Ship Tank vessels that can also be subjected to decommissioning depending to the 2020 plan. Meanwhile, the Horizon 2 will be slated by next year where an approximate Php 100 billion or US$1.9 billion will be allocated. These in which are deemed promising which it is the period where procurements like additional missile-armed frigates, multirole fighters and long-range patrol aircraft. And speaking of budgeting matters, one may seem that it is not sufficient enough to satisfy the needs. More on the details coming up on the next article primarily focused on the Second Horizon soon here on Pitz Defense Analysis. Speaking of which, the year 2017 especially on the arrival of the last of the ordered batches of FA-50s and the BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) is indeed a good thing for the armed forces where procurement plans are deemed all set for next year as the one horizon milestone closes and another opens as the new opportunities of improving the capabilities of the AFP comes by where it may help defending the nation in minimum credible defense posture.
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Procurement of 4 multi-purpose vessel for navy
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Procurement of 4 multi-purpose vessel for navy

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The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) is planning to purchase of military trucks worth P1-billion
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The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) is planning to purchase of military trucks worth P1-billion

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The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) is planning to purchase of military trucks worth P1-billion The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) is planning to purchase P1-billion worth of military trucks, machine guns and other armaments from Russia. PCG commandant Rear Adm. Elson Hermogino announced the agency’s plan on Friday following the courtesy call last Monday of Russian Ambassador to the Philippines Igor Khovaev at the PCG. Hermogino said he discussed with Khovaev the procurement of armaments for the PCG. “It has been arranged in the previous administration. It’s about the procurement of some armaments for our people and our ships,” said Hermogino, adding that the purchase needs the approval of the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA). “Once the DFA approves our draft MOA (memorandum of agreement), then we will proceed with the procurement,” said Hermogino.
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Indian MoD’s $223-bn Plan For Purchase Of Fighter Jets, Submarines, Ships
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Indian MoD’s $223-bn Plan For Purchase Of Fighter Jets, Submarines, Ships

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This video shows you that Indian MoD’s $223-bn Plan For Purchase Of Fighter Jets, Submarines, Ships. In a major shift to ramp up military readiness, the Indian Ministry of Defense (MoD) has prepared an ambitious plan to spend some $233 billion over the next 11 years on buying or producing new equipment, including ships, fighter jets, submarines, aircraft carriers and some 500 helicopters. The sum of $223 billion dollars translates into some Rs 15,00,000 crore (Rs 15 lakh crore) and is projected as part of the financial requirements for the long-term integrated perspective Plan (LTIPP) for the period 2012-2027. The MoD seeks an annual 8 per cent hike in existing capital spending that allocated in each year’s budget for new military equipment meant for the Army, Navy and the Indian Air Force (IAF). Under the ambitious plan, the MoD has set a target, including induction of an additional 170 fighter jets for the IAF, 12 additional submarines, 500 various types of helicopters, additional artillery guns and tanks for the Indian Army and another indigenous sea-borne aircraft carrier. Though the plan looks very big, the MoD seeks a gradual and assured hike. The capital spending for the present fiscal ending March 31, 2017 is Rs 86,340 crore (approx $12.69 billion). The entire planned hike for the next 11 years will average out to an annual spend of $20.27 billion. The move comes after Defense Minister Manohar Parrikar asked the Ministry to layout the financial cost of the military equipment acquisition planned and bring it ‘within sync’ of the existing average hikes possible in the Union Budget. “An annual hike of 8 per cent for capital spending is within sync of the anticipated hikes that for now vary on a year-to-year basis,” sources said. The LTIPP lists out the equipment that is needed but it did not have the detailed cost of each thing. LTIPP already has a Technology Perspective Capability Road Map (TPCRM) to enable the DRDO, Defense Public Sector Unit and the private industry to plan their research and development. The LTIPP lays down the expected contingencies of the services and what would be the response. It lists capabilities and expected time frames. Further how these options would be achieved whether by indigenous development or by procurement from aboard. In the case of targets form copters, submarines, fighter jets, ships and aircraft carrier, the plan is ‘Make in India’. Various joint ventures are being encouraged with foreign manufacturers. The MoD has also laid down a plan to cut on unnecessary expenditure by clubbing together procurement of three services to prevent duplication of efforts and wasteful expenses.' indian defence, indian defense, indian submarine, indian tank, indian jet fighter, indian navy, indian navy ships, indiannavy , defence news, indian military, indian nevy, indian armed forces, indian defence news latest, latest indian defence news, indian fighter planes, latest defence news, indian defense news, indian navy news, indian aircraft carrier, indian air force fighter planes Channel Link: youtube.com/c/GlobalConflict7
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National Shipbuilding Strategy: UK vs Canada
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National Shipbuilding Strategy: UK vs Canada

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The British government today introduced their own National Shipbuilding Strategy to solve the very same problems that Canada is presently facing with their own namesake program. In particular, the UK is ending the shipbuilding monopolies and introducing distributed block construction whereby shipyards throughout the country will build sections of ships in order to expedite and lower the cost of shipbuilding programs. Davie's chairman Alex Vicefield compared the two strategies already in an editorial here: http://ottawacitizen.com/opinion/columnists/vicefield-lessons-from-britain-on-canadian-shipbuilding
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Procurement is broken (US)
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Procurement is broken (US)

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Suppliers are integral to the modern company, and they know more about your supply chain, risk, governance and innovation that you do. But where is procurement in all of this? Proxima explains... More information can be found at [http://www.proximagroup.com/proof-it-works] ============ About Proxima ============ Proxima is the alternative approach to the conventional in-house procurement function. It's one that gives a profoundly different experience to stakeholders, as well as to their suppliers. One that is impossible to replicate in-house. And one that transforms performance because of how it helps align third party costs with corporate aims.
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Cost management: how is price different from cost - Procurement training - Purchasing skills
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Cost management: how is price different from cost - Procurement training - Purchasing skills

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http://www.procurement-academy.com The e-learning topics, for buyers, covered in our procurement academy online training: tender, negotiation, finance, total cost of ownership -- TCO, RFP, RFI, RFT, category management, contract writing, strategic sourcing, tender documents, supplier development, cost calculation, European procurement, cost estimation, legal terms, supplier performance management -- KPI, contract management, value analysis, cost breakdown, incoterms, development of specifications, how to write an RFP, procurement assessment, procurement certificate. More info? info@procurement-academy.com
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Over priced Arctic patrol ships
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Over priced Arctic patrol ships

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http://www.friends.ca/ Overpriced Arctic patrol ships? Irving announces layoffs at Halifax shipyard as renovations begin HALIFAX -- The Irving Shipyard in Halifax will begin laying off part of its workforce by the end of September as the site prepares for $300 million in renovations to start building a new fleet of navy ships. Scott Jamieson, vice-president of programs at the shipyard, says the move is necessary to proceed with the construction of new facilities. Jamieson couldn't give the number of employees to be laid off, but says a number of trades will be affected at the site, which employs about 900 shipyard workers. He says the company hopes some of those workers will be recalled when work on six to eight Arctic offshore patrol vessels begins in 2015. The company received a $260 million loan from the provincial government in March 2012 to help with the shipyard's upgrades, which will include the construction of an assembly hall and painting facilities. Irving has awarded $127.7 million in contracts since it won a $25-billion deal in October 2011 to build 21 combat vessels for the navy. The federal government was warned by advisers that the contract for Arctic patrol ships was overpriced, but signed it
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1st year Shipping Practice  Contact Class 2016
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1st year Shipping Practice Contact Class 2016

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Royal Navy 's  procurement programme for T31e frigates - details
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Royal Navy 's procurement programme for T31e frigates - details

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The Philippine Submarine Procurement Program - Pitz Defense Analysis
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The Philippine Submarine Procurement Program - Pitz Defense Analysis

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Running for decades, the Philippines and its military aims to procure diesel-powered submarines in which it is ideal for an archipelagic nation where such vessel serves as a deterrent to any nation which poses a naval threat in the country. Way back 2013 - 2017, a submarine office was established by the Philippine Navy (PN) as part of the AFP Modernization Program which at that time is in its full throttle mode. It is known that the Submarine Procurement itself will be slated on the Second Horizon where it calls on the partial acquisition of around three submarines. These are expected to be commissioned in the Third Horizon, all based from the Philippine Navy Sail Plan 2028. Such Sail Plan can be change without notice upon the discretion of the Navy or the Department of National Defense (DND) so it is at best not to get high hopes with regards to such matters. With regards to the very discussion itself about the Submarine Procurements, several forums like the now-defunct Timawa, it's successor DefensePH and Philippine Defense Forces Forum (PDFF) have taken notice of the said ideal procurement that submarine choices and updates are being made. Speaking of updates, it was reported that the DND at first rejected Russian submarine offer and eventually re-assessing them altogether with other shipbuilders specialized for submarines like France's DCNS, Germany's ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems, SAAB Kockums of Sweden, and of course, South Korea's DSME and HHI which is also the one who won the frigate bid.
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Cost of Royal Canadian Navy Warships Doubles
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Cost of Royal Canadian Navy Warships Doubles

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CBC News reports that the Harper government underestimated by many billions of dollars the cost of new warships to be built for the Royal Canadian Navy.
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Philippine Navy Successful Procurement Based on Desired Forced
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Philippine Navy Successful Procurement Based on Desired Forced

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Successful acquisition of Ordnance based on Philippine Navy Modernization based on DESIRED FORCE MIX revised in 2015. 1. After failed negotiation of Italian Maestrale class Antisubmarine Frigates (ASW) transfer, the government then allotted PHP 18 billion for the purchase of two brand new frigates. 2. Balikpapan Class Landing Class Heavy Australian government provided the Philippine Navy with two Balikpapan Class Landing Craft Heavy. After receiving the ship 3. BRP Tarlac (LD-601) is the first of two landing platform dock (LPD) -like ships acquired under a contract worth PHP 3.8 billion 4. Commissioned in May 2015, the Lake Caliraya replenishment tanker is now capable of depot-to-ship Soundtrack: Standoff by Bausic Productions Website: http://www.thephdefense.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/modernizephilippines
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India Offers Vietnam $500 Million Credit For Defense Procurement
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India Offers Vietnam $500 Million Credit For Defense Procurement

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This video shows you that India Offers Vietnam $500 Million Credit For Defense Procurement. Indian Prime Minister has offered Vietnam a credit line of $500 million dollars for facilitating deeper defense cooperation. The deal, being one among a 12 cooperation agreements, was signed between the country’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Hanoi and his Vietnamese counterpart Nguyen Xuan Phuc. The agreements were signed on Saturday in areas like health, cyber security, ship-building, U.N. peace-keeping operations and naval information sharing. The credit was for facilitating mutual defence cooperation and relationship that would contribute to stability, securities and prosperity in the region, Modi was quoted as saying by Reuters Saturday. The offer follows a rise of almost 700 percent in Vietnam's defence procurements as of 2015, the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute think-tank that tracks the arm trade over five-year periods stated. Apart from setting a bilateral trade target of $15 billion by 2020, the Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also sought facilitation of ongoing Indian projects and investments in Vietnam. India has also granted $5 million to set up a software park in the country. The Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson, Vikas Swarup, said. India and Vietnam share borders and large trade volumes with China. Both the countries have engaged in conflict with China over the territorial disputes in the Himalayas and the South China Sea, respectively. Both are strengthening their defenses. India is heavily promoting its supersonic BrahMos and looking to sell the mi$$ile to Vietnam and four other nations. Vietnam is in the midst of a military buildup to secure its 200 nautical mile Exclusive Economic Zone as China is becoming more assertive in staking its claims in the South China Sea, the analysts stated. Vietnam is in the market for fighter jets and more advanced mi$$ile systems, besides six kilo-class submarines that it purchased from Russia, the last of which it will receive late this year. india vietnam, modi news, prime minister of india, modi pm, pmo india, pm modi, narendra modi pm, pm narendra modi, india to vietnam, vietnam india, delhi to vietnam, vietnam embassy in india, india vietnam relations, embassy vietnam, vietnam vs china, china vietnam, vietnam china, south china sea dispute, vietnam and china, vietnam china news Channel link: https://www.youtube.com/c/GlobalConflict7
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V.Group - who we are, what we do
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V.Group - who we are, what we do

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V.Group is the world’s leading provider of outsourced maritime services to the commercial shipping and cruise industries and an increasingly important player in the energy sector. The company delivers a wide range of marine services including technical management and support through its market-leading third party ship manager, V.Ships; seafarer recruitment, management and training; procurement, and ship supply chain management. V.Group employs 2500 staff around its global office network in 60 locations and manages the recruitment and placement of some 38,000 seafarers. It delivers ship and crew management services to a diverse fleet of over 800 vessels. These include crude, products, chemical and LPG/LNG tankers, bulk carriers ranging from a large fleet of self-dischargers to VLOCs, containerships from feeders to 14,200 TEU units, as well as many specialized vessel types including offshore and seismic vessels, cable layers and diving support/subsea units servicing the growing offshore market. Visit www.vships.com to learn more
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Joint Support Ship - Concept Design
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Joint Support Ship - Concept Design

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A concept design sketch of the Joint Support Ship (JSS) by BMT Fleet Technology. The Joint Support Ship (JSS) project is a Government of Canada capital acquisition project to replace the Royal Canadian Navy's ageing Auxiliary Oiler Replenishment (AOR) ships. Canada's current procurement strategy includes the assessment/evaluation of two design options: a bespoke design developed by BMT Fleet Technology and an existing, off-the-shelf design of ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems' Berlin Class. For more information on JSS and BMT Fleet Technology please visit http://www.fleetech.com.
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Why Philippines orders 3 more SSVs, 2 missile ships?
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Why Philippines orders 3 more SSVs, 2 missile ships?

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President-Director Budiman Saleh of Indonesian state-owned shipbuilder PT PAL said that Philippines has ordered two more Strategic Sealift Vessels (SSV) and one SSV hospital ship, as reported by Jakarta Post on July 15. This is after PT PAL successfully delivered 2 SSVs to Philippine Navy. The 2 SSVs – BRP Tarlac (LD-601), BRP Davao del Sur (LD-602) – are now under the Tarlac-class landing platform dock. Budiman Saleh added that the Philippines also ordered two 60-meter long range missile-armed ships (KCR-60). However, pending the finalization of Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) Modernization Second Horizon acquisition list and official commencement of bidding projects, what Saleh said may still be in discussion stage. Philippine Navy’s Desired Force Mix indicates that one SSV in landing helicopter assault (LHA) modification and two logistic support vessels (LSV) are slated for Second Horizon. Saleh also said that other countries like Malaysia, Nigeria, Senegal, Guyana Bissau and Gabon also ordered SSVs and KCRs in different types and modifications. “People see that the Philippines have used the SSV-123 meter long ships. The ships are a magnet for other countries,” Budiman said.
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