We offer support for the full life cycle of a navy vessel: R&D; design and engineering; production and services (ISS/ILS).
Equipment reliability is critical to a successful mission. Our proven track record demonstrates how we will ensure your mission readiness.
Our strategically positioned global support network ensures maximum uptime. From parts and logistics to docking management and training.
We provide you with reliable solutions that improve operational efficiency and enable a more sustainable performance of your defence fleet. Based on the in-depth knowledge and expertise of Royal IHC - gained since 1642- we offer you solutions and support for the full life cycle of navy vessels.
We work to the highest safety and security standards, ensuring the protection of your personnel, assets and operations.
Due to the growing importance of the seas and the growing tensions between nations, seabed warfare is a significant risk. Protecting data and power cables, but also infrastructure for extracting and transporting oil & gas is high on the governmental agenda.
Geopolitical developments, together with other public policy challenges, shape the current and future requirements for navy vessels. By designing and providing the right tools we help you to successfully fulfill your tasks. For centuries we have supported our customers with robust and reliable technological solutions.
In this paper you will read more: a brief history, current developments and a peek into the future.
Our naval vessel designs seek to change the status quo, balancing total cost of ownership with unrivalled operational performance improvements. Our aim is to allow you to execute your mission with less personnel, increased uptime and improved performance. Ultimately enabling increased missions to be executed.
At IHC Defence we believe that together we will achieve more. That is why we enter into partnerships to share knowledge and to co-create the optimal solution for your navy projects.
The Dutch Defence Materiel Organisation (DMO) has a large number of maritime projects that are either being prepared or implemented. As it requires extra capacity for these projects on a temporary basis, Royal IHC’s highly experienced maritime engineers offer support and help to draw up navy vessel requirements.
As a partner of the MCA, IHC Defence was able to contribute with engineering and production in the summer of 2020 to the recovery operation of the crashed NH90 helicopter in the Caribbean. The MCA is a collective of national and international (civil) companies that share knowledge, innovate and collaborate with Defence in the context of the adaptive armed forces.
Feel free to contact us to let us know how we can support your mission.