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"Raytheon Anschutz"

International Maritime Defence Show

The world's first gyro compass was introduced by Anschutz about one hundred years ago. Today, Raytheon Anschutz is one of the world's leading manufacturers of integrated bridge systems. Raytheon Anschutz has a long lasting experience as system integrator, and offers complete and tailor-made integrated navigation systems and platform management. A reliable partner for turn-key solutions.

Current projects are: T45 UK Navy destroyer, various foreign Navy submarine projects with TKMS 212 / 214 class. German Navy new construction projects, such as Submarines U212A, Frigates F124 as well as Corvettes K130 the Research. Near term contracts for the 2nd batch of 212 submarines as well as for the Frigates F125 are expected.

A global network of more than 200 sales and service representatives guarantees round the clock service.

Number of shows: 4651
Modify date: 12/27/2007 20:35:53
Field:  Engines, hull systems, auxiliaries / Navigation hydrometeorological facilities
Email:  info@raykiel.com, sales@raykiel.com, service@raykiel.com
Fax:  + 49 (0) 431-3019-291
Form of ownership:  Co Ltd
IMDS-07 participant:  yes
Phone:  + 49 (0) 431-3019-0
Physical address:  D-24100, Germany, Kiel, P. Box 1166
Website:  www.raykiel.com

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