DIMDEX 2018: Minor changes to continued Qatar OPV design British naval design bureau BMT revealed that only ‘minor’ changes were made to the design of the second batch of OPVs intended for the Qatari Coastguard. On 13 March at the DIMDEX exhibition in Qatar, officials from the Qatar Ministry of Interior (MoI) and Turkey's Ares Shipyard signed an ...
DIMDEX 2018: Heading to Hamad Port (video) For the first time warships were hosted at the new Hamad Port near Doha during DIMDEX 2018 in Qatar. The Shephard media team were able to make it on board a couple of the vessels, the RFA Cardigan Bay and the Italian Navy's Carlo Margottini frigate, to discuss operations in the region and the ships capabilities. During a visit to the RFA vessel Shephard spoke to Capt Chris Clarke, commanding officer of the ship, about its deployment in the Gulf.
DIMDEX 2018: Atkins present to cement in-country ties British consultancy and logistics company Atkins detailed its ongoing work in the Gulf region in support of a number of military facilities, while in attendance at DIMDEX in Qatar. Although keen to avoid detailing the specifics of the company’s operations in the Gulf, officials told Shephard that their presence ...
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