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Indonesian Shipbuilding and Maritime Industry
« on: October 05, 2016, 01:55:22 AM »
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Even though PAL manufactures both commercial and naval ships, the government has assigned the firm to focus on the development and construction of naval vessels in line with the modernization of Indonesia's primary weaponry defense system for the military.

PAL has forged ahead to advance its human resources and yard facilities to build better warships in recent years, with current projects concentrated on manufacturing two Perusak Kawal Rudal (PKR), or guided-missile frigates, with a Dutch shipbuilder and three submarines with a South Korean company, all procured by the Indonesian Navy.

The company aims for two things for Indonesia: to be more self-sufficient in its warship and naval weaponry requirements and to be able to export more products overseas, Firmansyah explains.

Established as a state-owned company in 1980, PAL has four business lines including a commercial ship division, a warship division, repair and maintenance, as well as a general engineering division. The company's portfolio included warships, fast patrol boats, tugboats, tankers, fishing boats, research and training vessels, cargo ships, merchant ships, passenger ferries and power plant ships.(The Jakarta Post/ I.G Dharma J.S)

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Re: Indonesian Shipbuilding and Maritime Industry
« Reply #1 on: October 05, 2016, 01:57:03 AM »
Indonesia Becomes an Exporter of Warship | globalindonesianvoices
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Jakarta, GIVnews.com – The first delivery of a made-in Indonesia Strategic Sealift Vessel (SSV) for the Philippines marks Indonesia’s new eminence as an exporter of warship.

State-owned shipbuilder PT PAL Indonesia on Sunday (8/5) dispatched to the Philippines a newly built SSV warship from its shipyard in Surabaya, East Java. It is the first warship ever exported by Indonesia.

The Philippine government ordered two of the SSV warships for its ministry of defense. Vice President Jusuf Kalla and other well-placed officials from Indonesian and the Philippines attended the warship delivery ceremony, according to media report.

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Indonesia capable of manufacturing sophisticated warships | Antara News - 19 January 2016
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The re-engineering ability of PT PAL INDONESIA (Persero) is now available on the world market and its quality is renowned throughout the world.

The main activities of the Company are the manufacturing of naval and merchant ships, docking repairs and maintenance, and general engineering based on job orders.

Some of the products that have been delivered to the market include Landing Platform Dock 125 M, fast patrol boats steel structure 57 m, fast patrol boats/special ships aluminum structure up to 38 M, tugboats and anchor handling tugs/supply up to 6,000 BHP, fishing vessels up to 600 GRT, and ferries and passenger ships up to 500 PAX.

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Launching 2 War Ship Advanced State Pride | pal.co.id - September 30, 2016
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Surabaya - Enhance pride maritime nation and supports the National Program, PT PAL INDONESIA (Persero) completed two (2) Warship two ministries of Defense orders. Ship Guided Missile Frigate (PKR-105) to the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Indonesia and Strategic Sealift Vessel Vessel (SSV) for the Ministry of Defense of the Philippines. Two warships will be launched on 29 September 2016 in Semarang Dock Boat Division Niaga PT PAL INDONESIA (Persero). The launch was conducted by the Secretary General of the Ministry of Defence and Deputy Minister of Defense of Policy of Defense Ministry of Defense of the Philippines.

   Warship different functions that launched this be the key to success Insan PAL INDONESIA answer the challenge of restoring the confidence of customers. Two warships PKR technology transfer in cooperation with Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding (DSNs), Boat SIGMA first 105 PKR has tested 7 September 2016 and is scheduled to be handed over at the beginning of 2017. Collaborative construction of two ships SIGMA PKR 105 through the modular system. Each vessel consists of 6 modules, and final assembly is done in PT PAL INDONESIA. Frigate ships to be built in Indonesia-PKR 105 is designed for different type of warfare them for battle by land, air, above water and underwater. It is also equipped for maritime security, search and rescue, and the mission of Humanity.
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Re: Indonesian Shipbuilding and Maritime Industry
« Reply #2 on: July 21, 2017, 11:27:14 AM »
May 10, 2017
http://www.pal.co.id/v5/news/index.php?id=nws2017051022142844
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The Philippine state subscribers said they were satisfied with the warship made by PT PAL Indonesia, after the second ship of their order "Strategic Sealift Vessel" (SSV) BRP Davao Del Sur LD 602 ​​arrived at the Port of Manila local area.

"We from the Philippines appreciate and are very grateful for PT PAL Indonesia products, and during the course of the weather conditions are also quite good," said SSV Sailor Procurement Task Force from Philippines, Richard N Gonzaga, met in Manila Harbor on Monday.

He said the second export trip is the same as the first trip, walking safely and did not experience significant constraints.

"We admit this is a very good trip from Surabaya to Manila," said Gonzaga who is also Commander of BRP Ship Davao Del Sur LD 602.

Meanwhile, Philippine Fruit Ship Training Officer Bonifacio Manzano also said that in general the ship's engine operation is very good and feasible, so it does not experience any significant obstacles during the trip.

"In general there is no problem for the ship's engine during the trip, and I think it is very good machine and this trip," said Manzano who is also Palaksa Ship BRP Davao Del Sur LD 602.


New Battleship Launched PT PAL Indonesia
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NFjdg-H9wNM


PT Pal video of SSV's 601 & 602
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Xr_DbEj5iSE

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Re: Indonesian Shipbuilding and Maritime Industry
« Reply #3 on: September 02, 2018, 11:38:47 AM »
Indonesia allocates USD1.9 million for consultancy work on sixth submarine | Janes - 27 August 2018
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* Indonesia has moved closer towards acquiring a sixth submarine for its navy
* Consultancy project aimed at establishing more beneficial technology transfer arrangements

Indonesia’s Ministry of Defence (MoD) has set aside a total sum of IDR283.8 trillion (USD1.9 million) for consultancy services in relation to the acquisition of a sixth submarine for the Indonesian Navy (Tentara Nasional Indonesia-Angkatan Laut: TNI-AL).
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Re: Indonesian Shipbuilding and Maritime Industry
« Reply #4 on: October 01, 2018, 12:30:22 PM »
PT PAL closes in on Philippine Navy opportunities | Janes - 01 October 2018
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The official, speaking at the Asian Defence and Security (ADAS) 2018 exhibition in Manila that concluded on 28 September, said that following on from PT PAL's programme to deliver two Strategic Sealift Vessels (SSVs) to the PN - the second of which was commissioned in May 2017 - the company is negotiating the sale of two additional vessels of the same type.

The official said a contract to supply the two SSVs, which are based on the Makassar-class landing platform dock (LPD) ships in service with the Indonesian Navy that were designed by South Korean shipbuilder Dae Sun, could emerge in 2019 to meet the PN's requirements to respond to disaster relief and counter-insurgency (COIN)-support requirements. The value of the initial contract was USD92 million.

The PN has also expressed interest in procuring PT PAL's KCR-60M missile attack craft to also support COIN operations, said the official. Jane's understands that negotiations over the supply of two initial KCR-60M vessels are continuing and that this could also result in a contract opportunity in 2019. The Indonesian Navy currently operates three 60 m KCR-60Ms, and a fourth is expected to be commissioned soon.

While the programmes to supply the KCR-60M vessel and additional SSVs are regarded as near-term export targets for PT PAL, the possible collaboration on submarines is a longer-term aim, said the official.