PT PAL gets $250 million to build Type 209 class submarines for Indonesia Navy (TNI AL)

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Naval Industry News - Indonesia, South Korea
 
 
 
PT PAL gets $250 million to build Type 209 class submarines for Indonesia Navy (TNI AL)
 
Indonesia State-owned shipbuilder PT PAL will get up to US$250 million in state capital injection (PMN) under a multi-year project for the development of 3 Type 209 class submarines according to Jakarta Post.
     
Indonesia State-owned shipbuilder PT PAL will get up to US$250 million in state capital injection (PMN) under a multi-year project for the development of 3 Type 209 class submarines according to Jakarta Post.
Republic of Korea Submarine Chang Bogo - SSK 61.
The 3 submarines for Indonesia will be a custom version of this Type 209 class
(picture: US Navy)
     
South Korea's Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering signed a contract in 2011 to build three submarines for the Indonesian navy. The contract calls for DSME in collaboration with PT PAL to build three 1,400-ton submarines for the Indonesian navy for a total of $1.1 billion, making the contract the largest single defense contract to be awarded to a Korean firm.

According to DSME, the vessels will be of 61.3 meters in length, and will be capable of carrying a crew of 40 sailors. The submarines will be fitted with eight weapon tubes for torpedoes and other weapons.

The company plans to complete the contract by the first half of 2018.
 

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