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Canadian maritime support partnership


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Babcock International Group, Marine & Technology Division
: 17 October, 2013  (Company News)
Chantier Davie Canada and Babcock International have joined forces in providing maritime support operations in Canada
Canadian maritime support partnership

Babcock Canada has signed a five year teaming agreement with Chantier Davie Canada.

The teaming agreement will see the two companies working together on future maritime support activities within Canada, exploiting the formidable joint skills of the two companies.

Davie, the largest and highest capacity shipyard in Canada, will contribute shipbuilding and repair facilities and related expertise, while Babcock will provide its marine engineering expertise and experience in managing federal government contracts as well as its group expertise as one of the world’s leading naval solutions providers.  The team will initially concentrate on opportunities for the Canadian Coast Guard.

Babcock Canada President Mark Dixon stated: “This is a significant milestone in Babcock’s strategy for expanding its programmes within Canada and we look forward to working with Davie to develop that goal and to demonstrate our collective capabilities to the wider stakeholder community.”

Alan Bowen, CEO of Davie, added: “We have spent significant time with Babcock over the past six months developing a strategy which will culminate in a series of value propositions for the Federal government.”

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