On June 26, at the Naval Port in Świnoujście, with the participation of the Minister of National Defense, a contract was signed for the supply of new modern MCM’s KORMORAN II class for the Polish Navy.
On the 15th of March Mariusz Błaszczak, Polish Minister of Defence, announced that the Armament Agency is going to order another three Kromoran II MCM’s for the Polish Navy.
On the 14th of December the Remontowa Shipbuilding S.A. shipyard in Gdańsk informed about the sea tests series launch of the ORP Mewa mine hunter.
The PGZ-MIECZNIK submitted the Industrial Feasibility Study to the Armament Inspectorate including, among others, three Conceptual Projects of vessel platforms together with the corresponding proposals on Combat Management System.
The Hydrographic Office of the Polish Navy has purchased iXblue DriX Uncrewed Surface Vehicle (USV) through the company’s local partner THESTA. The USV will be advancing the Polish Navy hydrographic capabilities.
The offer submitted by Navantia to the Polish Ministry of Defence to build three frigates in a Technology Transfer (ToT) program has been selected in a ‘short list’ along with two other finalists.
On the 24th of May from Remontowa Shipbuilding S.A. in Gdańsk the H-13 Przemko tug was set sail to delivery. It is the sixth and the last one, at the same time, B860 type ordered by the Armament Inspectorate for the Navy needs.
iXblue Inertial Navigation Systems (INS) have been selected to provide critical navigation capabilities to the Polish Navy’s new-build Kormoran II class mine countermeasure vessels (MCMV). iXblue partner, THESTA, will be responsible for integrating and delivering the INS to PGZ Stocznia Wojenna, a member of the PGZ Group, the leading contractor of naval navigation, communications and combat systems in Poland.
On the 26th of March the Polish Navy informed about the agreement with the Swidish Saab Dynamics AB company to support the ROV in Poland produced by Saab.
On the 15th of March Polish Minister of Defense Mariusz Błaszczak announced through social media the launch of the purchase procedure of three Miecznik class frigates. The units are to be built in local shipyards, and the agreement is to be concluded by the middle of this year.