Naval shipbuilding in the Netherlands Wim A. Smit University of Twente, The Netherlands Conference on “A Shipbuilding and Ship Procurement Strategy for Canada?” 4 November 2009. “De Zeven Provinciën” in the second England-Netherlands war (1665-1667). Features of Dutch naval shipbuilding.
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Wim A. Smit
University of Twente, The Netherlands
“A Shipbuilding and Ship Procurement Strategy for Canada?”
4 November 2009
“De Zeven Provinciën” in the second England-Netherlands war (1665-1667)
Wärtsilä engines war (1665-1667)
shock & vibration
firewall & accomodation
Rohde & Schwarz
Maritime researchDutch naval/maritime cluster
Each yard had its own specialty
Weak export position for new Dutch naval ships
More successful in exporting second hand warships
Thales Netherlands successful: radar and fire control equipmentnew or in refitting programs
Damen Schelde Shipyards
Re-entering of IHC Merwede?
(dis)embarking of LCU via Ro-Ro ramp
elevator for helicopters and vehicles
Preliminary tasks of Dutch and Canadian JSS war (1665-1667)
Preliminary features of Dutch and Canadian JSS war (1665-1667)