Tenix Signs Contract for New Zealand's Project Protector

October 2004
Sea Power;Oct2004, Vol. 47 Issue 10, p46
The article presents information about the defense contract for New Zealand's Project Protector. New Zealand's ministers of Defense and Finance announced on July 30, 2004 that a contract had been signed between the New Zealand government and Tenix Defence Systems worth $335.9 million for the Project Protector program. Project Protector calls for the delivery of seven new vessels comprising three types for the Royal New Zealand Navy by 2008. The vessel types include one Multi-Role Vessel, two helicopter-capable offshore Patrol Vessels and four Inshore Patrol Vessels.


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