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ST Engineering to build second icebreaker vessel under US Navy contract

Atiqah Mokhtar
Atiqah Mokhtar12/30/2021 9:25 AM GMT+08  • 1 min read
ST Engineering to build second icebreaker vessel under US Navy contract
ST Engineering has a contract to build up to three icebreaker vessels for the US Coast Guard.
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Singapore Technologies Engineering (ST Engineering), through its subsidiary Halter Marine, has been awarded the second Polar Security Cutter (PSC) contract from the US Department of the Navy.

In April 2019, Halter Marine won a contract to build up to three icebreaker vessels for the US Coast Guard, beginning with a US$746 mil ($1 billion) ship scheduled for delivery in 2024.

The contract includes options that can be exercised by the US Navy for the second and third vessels. The total contract value, inclusive of all three ships, amounts to US$1.9 billion ($2.6b).

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