UK Navy’s Weapons Systems Support Deal Goes to SEA

first_img View post tag: goes View post tag: UK Navy UK Navy’s Weapons Systems Support Deal Goes to SEA February 27, 2015 View post tag: Systems Share this article Back to overview,Home naval-today UK Navy’s Weapons Systems Support Deal Goes to SEA View post tag: Weapons View post tag: europe View post tag: Navy SEA, a Cohort plc company, has been awarded a 5 year contract, worth £1.4m to support core elements of the UK Royal Navy’s weapons systems.Under the contract its subsidiary, J+S, will continue to support the Magazine Torpedo Launch System (MTLS), the SeaGnat decoy launcher and a range of Air Weapons Handling equipment used on board UK RN ships.In 1983, J+S designed the MTLS system and has supported it in service ever since, it was then awarded the role of delegated design authority and support contractor for SeaGnat in 2008 and for the Air Weapons Handling Equipment in 2011. This new contract brings together the support of these three systems.In addition to being a core part of its UK maritime support business, this contract will support SEA’s growing export business, proving an important reference with the UK Royal Navy. Within the last 12 months, the company has won export contracts in excess of £20 million for its Torpedo Launch System.Image: Royal Navy View post tag: sea View post tag: Support View post tag: deal View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Naval Authoritieslast_img read more