Finland indicators corvette task building and construction agreements

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Construction of corvettes will certainly begin in 2022. Image: Finnish Defense Forces

The Finnish Defense Forces and also shipbuilder Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC) have actually currently authorized a building and construction contract for the Finnish Navy’s brand-new Pohjanmaa– course corvettes. The contract, valued at EUR 647.6 million (concerning $714 million) consists of the last layout and also building and construction of 4 multi-purpose vessels.

Under Finland’s Squadron 2020 task, the 4 corvettes will certainly change a a great deal of the Finnish Navy’s existing 7 vessels.

The corvettes will certainly can participating in war with surface area fighters and also submarines, taking anti-aircraft actions and also regulating marine procedures.

Agreements on the supply and also combination of the battle system and also the supply of props and also prop shafts were additionally authorized along with the building and construction contract. The battle system will certainly be provided by Sweden’s Saab ABDOMINAL MUSCLE, while Finland’s Aker Arctic Technology Oy will certainly be in charge of the layout, supply and also combination of the props and also prop shafts.

RMC will certainly incorporate the various systems right into the vessels together with the system vendors.

Design of the brand-new vessels is currently industrious and also the shipyard will certainly begin constructing the very first corvette in 2022.


Aker Arctic’s range of shipment consists of ice-strengthened manageable pitch props and also their pitch control systems, prop shafts, bearings and also shaft seals. In enhancement to full layout, estimations and also product products, Aker Arctic will certainly be in charge of setup guidance and also appointing of the propulsion lines.

Aker Arctic has actually been establishing the propulsion line together with the Finnish Defense Forces given that 2015 to make sure that the brand-new multi-role corvettes will certainly satisfy the requiring functional efficiency demands of theFinnish Navy An crucial part of this advancement is matching the prop with the hull to accomplish high open water rate, ice-going ability and also reduced undersea sound degrees.

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