Frankfurt am Main to be Fitted With Small Hospital

September 25, 2019 (Google Translation) – GERMAN NAVAL YARDS KIEL (GNYK) has started the construction of the first integrated naval rescue center (iMERZ) for the German Navy. On 25 September 2019, the firing start took place at the Kiel shipyard. The rescue center will be used as a permanent deckhouse on the Einsatzgruppen provider “Frankfurt am Main”. The equipment of the two operating theaters, the further treatment rooms as well as the laboratories with the necessary medical devices and facilities is supplied by the project partner ZEPPELIN MOBILE SYSTEME (ZMS)…

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GERMAN NAVAL YARDS KIEL Submits Final Offer for MKS 180 Program

July 18, 2019 – The Schleswig-Holstein shipyard GERMAN NAVAL YARDS KIEL (GNYK) submitted the final offer for the construction of the multi-purpose warship MKS 180 on 18 July. Together with its cooperation partner thyssenkrupp Marine Systems, the company is competing for the largest naval contract in the history of Bundeswehr. GNYK is the only remaining German general contractor in the European competition of the German Ministry of Defense. Jörg Herwig, Managing Director of GERMAN NAVAL YARDS KIEL, said: “By submitting our offer, we have done everything in our power to…

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GERMAN NAVAL YARDS KIEL cooperates with thyssenkrupp Marine Systems on MKS 180 program

On August 3rd, 2018, GERMAN NAVAL YARDS KIEL (GNYK) signed an agreement with thyssenkrupp Marine Systems. Marine Systems as subcontractor of GNYK, will contribute to the development and construction of the multi-purpose combat vessel MKS 180. GNYK is the only remaining German main contractor in the EU-wide tender of the German Navy. Incorporating thyssenkrupp Marine Systems’ teams into the MKS program will further increase the German share in the MKS proposal. GNYK is integrating the best available naval competences worldwide into its MKS 180 offer. The selected Marine Systems specialists…

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