Naval Group - Future Submarine



Contact Details


  Jeremy Satchell
  (08) 8429 2990
 CONTACT EMAIL

  Jeff Camburn, ICN SA
  (08) 8303 2054
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  Locations: ACT, NSW, NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA Australia
  Project Status: Design
  Project Owner Naval Group

Project Details


Future Submarine Program

The Program seeks to establish the Australian industrial capability necessary to support the build, operation and sustainment of the Future Submarine.  This will involve maximising the involvement of Australian industry in all phases of the Program without compromising capability, cost, schedule or risk.


Australia’s Future Submarines will be built in Adelaide, Australia.  The first submarine will commence service in the early 2030s with construction of the last submarine in the 2050s. Sustainment will continue into the 2080s. Click HERE for further information on the Program and naval shipbuilding plan.


Naval Group (formerly DCNS) was announced as Australia's international partner for the design and build of 12 Future Submarines in 2016.  

 

In September 2016, the Government announced that Lockheed Martin Australia would be the Combat System Integrator for the Future Submarine Program. To register interest in becoming a supplier to Lockheed Martin Australia, click HERE.

 

Naval Group

For over 400 years, Naval Group has been a European leader in naval defence. Naval Group has over 13,000 employees worldwide and designs, builds and maintains submarines and/or surface vessels for the French Navy, Brazil, India and Malaysia. Naval Group has suppliers from all around the world, and becoming a supplier to Naval Group provides opportunities to join that global supply chain.


REGISTRATIONS OF INTEREST (GENERAL)

The general registrations of interest category will remain on the Naval Group ICN portal for a number of years. This general registration of interest against the procurement families and sub-families forms the database for a wide breadth of goods and services required for the Future Submarine. We encourage all suppliers to lodge a general registration of interest, in addition to any more specific Expression Of Interest (EOI) or Request For Information (RFI). Not all supplier engagement will be advertised publically through the ICN, so this baseline database provides all potential suppliers with the opportunity to be identified for engagement activities.

 

REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION

Requests for information will be open for a short period of time. This process involves the supplier providing a response around their capability and capacity to meet a particular technical requirement.

 

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

Expressions of interest will also be open for a short period of time. The EOIs will enable suppliers to register their interest against a more specific technical requirement than those detailed in the general registration of interest. This will enable Naval Group to better identify the potential suppliers against its requirements.

 

Please note that any personal information submitted to Naval Group when registering your interest will be collected, disclosed, stored and used in accordance with our Privacy Policy which is accessible by clicking HERE.

 

Any action undertaken in anticipation of a formal appointment as our supplier, or the award of a contract, will be at your own cost and risk.  By inviting expressions of interest, we are not warranting or representing that we will purchase goods or services in particular quantities or at all.  We encourage you to conduct your own due diligence and assessment of whether you are suitable for the provision of goods and/or services to us.  Upon receipt of your details, we may conduct further enquiries of third parties with whom you deal, including any referees that you have nominated or credit reporting agencies.  By supplying us with your information electronically, you accept the inherent security risk of dealing online over the internet and agree not to hold us responsible for any unauthorised breaches of security.

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Work Packages


To submit an expression of interest, select the icon next to the work package scope you are interested in.
Note: The closing date/s for expressions of interest shown below are subject to change.

OPEN LISTINGS    AWARDED    CLOSED LISTINGS    OTHER
OPEN FOR EOI    INCOMPLETE EOI    EOI COMPLETED
STATUS   02 EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST EOI    ▲ CONTRACT OPENS FULL
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179 - EOI - Heavy Engineering Equipment16 Jul 1931 Jul 19 
Naval Group Australia is seeking EOIs from leading Australian companies to manufacture and assemble multi discipline, complex, heavy engineering systems in accordance with Naval Group design for the SEA1000 Future Submarine Program.
180 - EOI - HVAC and Refrigeration Equipment16 Jul 1931 Jul 19 
Naval Group Australia is seeking EOIs from leading Australian companies to manufacture HVAC, heat exchange, refrigeration equipment and systems in accordance with Naval Group design for the SEA1000 Future Submarine Program.
181 - EOI - Cold Room Systems16 Jul 1931 Jul 19 
Naval Group Australia is seeking EOIs from leading Australian companies to manufacture cold room systems in accordance with Naval Group design for the SEA1000 Future Submarine Program.
182 - EOI - Precision Machined Equipment16 Jul 1931 Jul 19 
Naval Group Australia is seeking EOIs from leading Australian companies to manufacture precision machined equipment, components and fittings, including valves and panels, in accordance with Naval Group design for the SEA1000 Future Submarine Program.
183 - EOI - Fabricated Equipment16 Jul 1931 Jul 19 
Naval Group Australia is seeking EOIs from leading Australian companies to fabricate, machine and coat precision structural equipment including hull hatches and bulkhead doors in accordance with Naval Group design for the SEA1000 Future Submarine Program.
144 - EOI - Deoilling system - Oily Water Separator11 Jul 192 Aug 19 
We are seeking suppliers to provide an Oily Water Separator for the Australian Future Submarine Program. This equipment will need to operate in the demanding environment of a military submarine and be capable of helping the Royal Australian Navy meet national and international environmental obligations, including, but not limited to MARPOL current and future regulations.
156 - EOI - Hydrophore Group - Hydrophore Pumping Unit11 Jul 192 Aug 19 
NGA are seeking suppliers to provide a Hydrophore Pumping Unit for the Australian Future Submarine Program. This equipment will be responsible for the distribution of potable drinking water to the submarine crew and will need to operate in the demanding environment of a military submarine.
157 - EOI - Seawater Cooling Flexible link - Seawater Flexible Coupling11 Jul 192 Aug 19 
NGA are seeking suppliers to provide a metallic flexible coupling for the seawater systems of the Australian Future Submarine Program. This equipment will need to guarantee the watertight integrity of the submarine under all operational scenarios and conditions and be capable of providing high levels of acoustic isolation.
173 - EOI - Large steel shaft for electrical motor test bench11 Jul 192 Aug 19 
Naval Group Australia is seeking a supplier to provide a large steel shaft to be used in the Propulsion Test Facility of the Australian Future Submarine Program. The large steel shaft will be the main shaft line for the propulsion and braking motors in the Propulsion Test Facility.
174 - EOI - Shaft locking device for electrical motor test bench11 Jul 192 Aug 19 
Naval Group Australia is seeking a supplier to provide a shaft locking device to be used in the Propulsion Test Facility of the Australian Future Submarine Program. The shaft locking device will be used to remotely or manually secure a shaft line while stationary. The shaft line is connected to the propulsion and braking motors in the Propulsion Test Facility.
175 - EOI - Shaft braking device for electrical motor test bench11 Jul 192 Aug 19 
Naval Group Australia is seeking a supplier to provide a shaft braking device to be used in the Propulsion Test Facility of the Australian Future Submarine Program. The shaft braking device will be remotely operated and provide a constant counter torque on the shaft line that is connected to the propulsion and braking motors in the Propulsion Test Facility.
176 - EOI - Plummer block assemblies for electrical motor test bench11 Jul 192 Aug 19 
Naval Group Australia is seeking a supplier to provide plummer blocks with bearings to be used in the Propulsion Test Facility of the Australian Future Submarine Program. The plummer block assemblies will be used as the main supports to the shaft line that is connected to the propulsion and braking motors in the Propulsion Test Facility.
177 - EOI - Dynamic Torquemeter for electrical motor test bench11 Jul 192 Aug 19 
Naval Group Australia is seeking a supplier to provide a dynamic torquemeter to be used in the Propulsion Test Facility of the Australian Future Submarine Program. The dynamic torquemeter will be used to measure torque and torsional vibration on the shaft line that is connected to the propulsion and braking motors in the Propulsion Test Facility.
178 - EOI - Flexible coupling11 Jul 192 Aug 19 
Naval Group Australia is seeking a supplier to provide a flexible coupling to be used in the Propulsion Test Facility of the Australian Future Submarine Program. The flexible coupling will be used to offset any misalignment in the braking motor and the shaft line that is connected to the propulsion motor in the Propulsion Test Facility.
138 - EOI - Exhaust Valves16 May 196 Jun 19 
Exhaust Valves
140 - EOI - Anchor and Anchor Chain16 May 196 Jun 19 
Anchor and Anchor Chain
141 - EOI - Fairleads16 May 196 Jun 19 
Fairleads
142 - EOI - Bollards16 May 196 Jun 19 
Bollards
143 - EOI - Towing Hook16 May 196 Jun 19 
Supplier of a towing hook and a rip-out assembly compatible for use on the future Australian submarines
145 - EOI - Grease Production Unit16 May 196 Jun 19 
Supplier of a grease distribution unit for lubrication of moving parts compatible for use on the future Australian submarines
146 - EOI - Acoustic Pinger16 May 196 Jun 19 
Supplier of an emergency underwater locating device (acoustic pinger) with data recording system compatible for use on the future Australian submarine
147 - EOI - Rescue Buoy16 May 196 Jun 19 
Supplier of a maritime rescue buoy with data recording system compatible for use with the future Australian submarines
148 - EOI - Fire Detection Station16 May 196 Jun 19 
Supplier of a fire detection system compatible for use on the future Australian submarines
149 - EOI - Seawater Cooling Filter16 May 196 Jun 19 
Supplier of basket particle filter for integration in the sea water systems for use on the Australian Future Submarines
150 - EOI - Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) and Emergency Primary Switchboard(EPS)16 May 196 Jun 19 
Supplier of an Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS) and an associated Emergency Primary Switchboard (EPS) compatible for use with the future Australian submarines electrical systems
151 - EOI - Sewage Pump16 May 196 Jun 19 
Supplier of a sewage (black water) pump compatible for use with the future Australian submarines
152 - EOI - Galley Equipment16 May 196 Jun 19 
Supplier of a complete fit-out for the galley of the future Australian submarines
153 - EOI - Regulation flooding pressure reducers16 May 196 Jun 19 
Supplier of pressure reduction devices for integration in the sea water systems of the future Australian submarines
154 - EOI - Electro-chlorination unit16 May 196 Jun 19 
Supplier of process unit of producing hypochlorite through sea systems for use on the future Australian Submarines
155 - EOI - Regulated water heat exchanger16 May 196 Jun 19 
Supplier of a low pressure water to water heat exchanger compatible for use on the future Australian submarines
157 - EOI - Composite Structures13 May 196 Jun 19 
Naval Group Australia is seeking EOIs from leading Australian companies to manufacture composite structures in accordance with Naval Group design for the SEA1000 Future Submarine Program.
158 - EOI - Shore connection board16 May 196 Jun 19 
Supplier of shore connection panel to allow connection between the future Australian submarines and the quayside when in harbour.
159 - EOI - Heat exchanges for battery cooling16 May 196 Jun 19 
Supplier of heat exchanges' to provide cooling of the Future Australian submarines main storage batteries
160 - EOI - Hydrogen and Carbon Monoxide Burner16 May 196 Jun 19 
Supplier of a Hydrogen and Carbon Monoxide Burner as part of the atmosphere management system in the Future Australian Submarines
161 - EOI - HP Air Compressor16 May 196 Jun 19 
HP Ar Compressor
162 - EOI - Automation Units16 May 196 Jun 19 
Automation Units
163 - EOI - Degaussing System16 May 196 Jun 19 
Degaussing System
164 - EOI - Chillers16 May 196 Jun 19 
Chillers
165 - EOI - Anechoic Coating16 May 196 Jun 19 
Anechoic Coating
166 - EOI - HP Air Cylinders16 May 196 Jun 19 
HP AIr Cylinders
167 - EOI - Pumps16 May 196 Jun 19 
Freshwater and Seawater pumps for use on Future Australian Submarines
168 - EOI - Auxiliary Propulsion System16 May 196 Jun 19 
Auxiliary Propulsion System
169 - EOI - Windlass16 May 196 Jun 19 
Windlass
170 - EOI - Capstans16 May 196 Jun 19 
Capstans
171 - EOI - Lead Ballast16 May 196 Jun 19 
Lead Ballast
172 Propulsion Systems Equipment31 May 1917 Jun 19 
Naval Group Australia is seeking EOIs from leading Australian companies to manufacture equipment (shafts and shafts related ancillaries) for propulsion systems in accordance with Naval Group design for the SEA1000 Future Submarine Program.
STATUS   06 FSP REGISTRATION OF INTEREST GENERAL    ▲ CONTRACT OPENS FULL
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01 Buildings and Infrastructure29 Jun 1730 Jun 20 
Select this work package to register your interest and record your capability in shore-based facilities and infrastructure.
02 Fabrication and Raw Materials29 Jun 1730 Jun 20 
Select this work package to register your interest and record your capability in supplying raw materials, unfinished or semi-finished products and fabrication services for the Future Submarine.
03 Mechanical and Fluid Systems and Equipment29 Jun 1730 Jun 20 
Select this work package to register your interest and record your capability in supplying mechanical and fluid systems and equipment for the Future Submarine.
04 Electrical and Energy Equipment and Systems29 Jun 1730 Jun 20 
Select this work package to register your interest and record your capability in supplying electrical and energy equipment & systems for the Future Submarine.
05 Software and Hardware Equipment and Support29 Jun 1730 Jun 20 
Select this work package to register your interest and record your capability in supplying software and hardware equipment and support for the Future Submarine.
06 Production and Industrial Services29 Jun 1730 Jun 20 
Select this work package to register your interest and record your capability in supplying services to DCNS for production and other industrial services for the Future Submarine
07 Production Equipment and Supplies29 Jun 1730 Jun 20 
Select this work package to register your interest and record your capability in supplying equipment and supplies in support of production of the Future Submarine and associated shore facilities.
08 Combat System-related Platform Systems29 Jun 1730 Jun 20 
Select this work page to register your interest and record your capability in providing combat system-related platform systems.
09 Consulting and Engineering Services29 Jun 1730 Jun 20 
Select this work page to register your interest and record your capability in providing professional consulting and engineering services.
10 Other Services and Supplies29 Jun 1730 Jun 20 
Select this work package to register your interest and record your capability in supplying other services and supplies to DCNS in support of the Future Submarine Program.
STATUS   08 CAPITAL EQUIPMENT    ▲ CONTRACT OPENS FULL
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102 Cutting Machine for Thin Plate (CMTP)15 Feb 1917 May 19 
NGA requires a cutting machine for thin plates able to cut differents materials : Mild steel, stainless steel, aluminum, rubber (optional)
- Maximum sheet metal plate dimensions : 3000mm x 1500mm
- Maximum sheet metal plate thickness : 15mm (approximately)
- Maximum sheet rubber plate thickness : 40mm (optional)
The equipment will need to meet the Safety Australian Standards. "

"This is an updated description of the previously advertised 'Water Jet Cutting Bench"
105 Automated Storage system for buckets16 Apr 1931 May 19 
EoI's are sought from suitable suppliers for the supply of industrial equipment dedicated to the storage of small buckets.

A digitally controlled machine linked to the ERP software.
The maximum weight capacity of the machine for one bucket is 250Kg. The maximum dimensions of buckets are :
Length : 1.2m
Width : 0.6m
Height : 0.3m
154 Profile bending machine28 May 199 Jul 19 
NGA require a profile bending machine with the following characteristics.

- Number of rollers : 3 or 4
- Distance of axes : From 290 to 430mm
- Maximum bending capacity : 200x12mm
- Metal characteristics : S355

This profile bending machine will need to be digitally controlled.
The equipment must meet the Safety Australian Standards.
The supplier must also be able to provide tooling.
159 Folding Press28 May 199 Jul 19 
NGA require a folding press which must be able to fold steel sheet metal plates with a 90 angle.

- Maximum Thickness : 20 mm
- Maximum length : 4000mm
- Metal characteristics : 80HLES

This folding press will need to be digitally controlled
The equipment must meet the Safety Australian Standards.
The supplier must also be able to provide tooling.
160 Universal Milling Machine28 May 199 Jul 19 
NGA require an Universal Milling Machine with the following characteristics:

- Surface Plate Dimensions: 1600 mm x 600 mm
- Required strokes: X=1600 mm; Y=600; Z=600 mm
- Maximum processed material strength Rm= 1100 Mpa

This Universal Milling Machine will need to be digitally controlled
The equipment must meet the Safety Australian Standards.
161.01 Guillotine Shearing Machine28 May 199 Jul 19 
NGA require a guillotine shearing machine which must be able to cut steel sheet metal plates.

- Maximum Thickness : 20 mm
- Maximum lenght : 3000 mm
- Metal characteristics : S355 and stainless

This guillotine shearing machine will need to be digitally controlled
The equipment must meet the Safety Australian Standards.
162 Radial Drilling Machine28 May 199 Jul 19 
NGA requires a radial drilling machine with the following characteristics:

- Fixed surface plate : 1900 x 1250mm
- Removable Surface table (and tilting to 90) : 400 x 750 x 650mm
- Plate/Spindle distance : 400 to 1600mm
- Spindle stroke : 400mm
- Vertical stroke : 800mm
- Longitudinal stroke : 1500mm
- Drilling capacity : 65mm to 600Mpa

The equipment must meet the Safety Australian Standards.
The supplier must also be able to provide tooling.