Life extension HNLMS Rotterdam

Life extension HNLMS Rotterdam

For HNLMS Rotterdam, 2018 will be a year of major maintenance and upkeep work. Nevesbu supports DMI, the maintenance organisation of the Royal Netherlands Navy (RNLN), in the engineering for the ship’s systems integration.

HNLMS Rotterdam, commissioned in 1998, is the RNLN’s first amphibious transport vessel (also referred to as a Landing Platform Dock). Its main purpose is to support amphibious operations in nearshore areas. The servicing programme involves upgrades for a number of detection and communication systems to ensure their compliance with the latest state of the art. Nevesbu will take care of the engineering for the integration of this new, so-called SEWACO (sensor, armament and command) equipment in the ship and will provide a detailed design for adapting its two masts to enable the installation of new antennas.

Iv Company:
Nevesbu
Market:
Maritime
Submarket:
Naval Vessels
Client:
Damen Shiprepair Amsterdam
Continent:
Europe
Country:
The Netherlands
Residence:
The Netherlands

Life extension HNLMS Rotterdam

 
 
Iv Company: Nevesbu
Market: Maritime
Submarket: Naval Vessels
Client: Damen Shiprepair Amsterdam
Continent: Europe
Country: The Netherlands
Residence: The Netherlands

For HNLMS Rotterdam, 2018 will be a year of major maintenance and upkeep work. Nevesbu supports DMI, the maintenance organisation of the Royal Netherlands Navy (RNLN), in the engineering for the ship’s systems integration.

HNLMS Rotterdam, commissioned in 1998, is the RNLN’s first amphibious transport vessel (also referred to as a Landing Platform Dock). Its main purpose is to support amphibious operations in nearshore areas. The servicing programme involves upgrades for a number of detection and communication systems to ensure their compliance with the latest state of the art. Nevesbu will take care of the engineering for the integration of this new, so-called SEWACO (sensor, armament and command) equipment in the ship and will provide a detailed design for adapting its two masts to enable the installation of new antennas.