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18 october 2021


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Second or third CN 235 Malaysian Air Force getting conversion into MPA version in Indonesian Aerospace facility, Bandung, Indonesia. In the right side there is NC 212i which is part of Indonesian government order of 9 planes (at least 2 planes have been delivered)

There are 2 Indonesia national companies who will compete in Philippine Navy tender for LPD ships

1. PT PAL Indonesia ( state owned)
2. PT Batamex ( private owned). PT Batamex will partner with PH local shipbuilder


News from Max Defense FB page

South Korea's Hyundai Heavy Industries indicated their interest in bidding for 2 Landing Platforms Dock for the Philippine Navy under its ongoing Landing Docks Acquisition Project.
We're still confirming if HHi did submit a bid last week.

Based on HHI's naval products portfolio (refer to 1st photo), it has the HDL-7000 (aka ROKN Cheonwangbong-class LST, 3rd photo), and the larger HDL-13000 LPD (2nd photo) both of which can be modified to meet the PN's technical requirements.

While the HDL-7000 is classified as an LST, it is actually closer to an LPD, having a well deck (4th photo) and helicopter landing deck and no front hull opening. Modifications on the design with a larger superstructure and changes in deck layout will allow it to be classified as an LPD.

Meanwhile the HDL-13000 is a proper LPD design but could be too long for the PN. HHI can also modify the design by reducing the landing deck length, and make reductions on the midsection.

HHI is competing with Indonesian state-ownes shipbuilder PT PAL, and local shipbuilder Megaship Builder which is joint ventured with an Indonesian shipbuilder PT Batamec. Other potential bidders are India's Goa Shipbuilders, and Turkey's ASFAT, among others.


PT Batamex Shipyard Company Profile

PT Batamex shipyard launched their made logistic ship for Indonesian Navy in 2019

PT Info Global avionics export into Malaysia Air Force for Hawk 108 squadron

Hopefully Indonesia can win the tender


31 AUGUST 2020

Malaysia issues tender notice for maritime patrol aircraft, UAS
by Ridzwan Rahmat

The Malaysian Ministry of Defence (MINDEF) has issued a tender notice seeking two maritime patrol aircraft (MPA) for the Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF).


Leonardo’s ATR 72MP, seen here at LIMA 2017 in Langkawi. It is one of several aircraft types studied for Malaysia’s maritime patrol requirements, according to a senior RMAF official. (Janes/Ridzwan Rahmat)

The notice was issued via a notice published in the country’s daily newspapers, Berita Harian and the New Straits Times on 25 August. It was also sent to the embassies of selected countries on the day after.

On the same dates, MINDEF also issued a separate tender notice seeking three medium altitude long endurance (MALE) unmanned aerial system (UAS) units. However, the intended operator for the UAS units was not specified in the notice.

The RMAF currently operates a fleet of three ageing Beechcraft King Air B200T surveillance aircraft to monitor the country’s maritime territories. The fleet size of this aircraft type was originally four-strong, but a single airframe was lost in a 2016 crash that claimed the life of a crew member.

Malaysia has been actively studying options for new MPAs since at least 2017. During his presentation at a maritime security conference in Singapore in December 2017, the RMAF’s then Head of Staff for Air Region 1 Headquarters, Brigadier General Yazid Bin Arshad, showed a title slide with images of aircraft types that the service has shortlisted for its requirements.

He stopped short of naming them, but among the aircraft types depicted on the slide include the Airbus CN295, the ATR 72MP from Leonardo, and the CN-235, which could possibly be supplied by Indonesia’s PT Dirgantara Indonesia.

PT Info Global avionics export into Malaysia Air Force for Hawk 108 squadron

Kuala Lumpur, 28 March 2022

DSA 2022: Infoglobal Signs MoU, The 2nd Batch of MPCD Export Will Be Realized Soon

Marketing Infoglobal


he MoU signing between Infoglobal and G7 Aerospace in DSA 2022, Malaysia (28/03/22)

Infoglobal CEO, Adi Sasongko has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with G7 Aerospace Executive Director, Datuk Rosdi Mahmud on strengthening defense industry cooperation between the countries.

The signing is carried out at the Defense Services Asia (DSA) forum held at MITEC, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia on March 28, 2022. This agenda is witnessed directly by Director-General of Defence Potentials (at the Ministry of Defence of Republic Indonesia) Maj. Gen. Dadang Hendrayuda, Director of Technology and Defence Industry Directorate-General of Defence Potentials (at the Ministry of Defence of Republic Indonesia) Marsma TNI Wajariman and Chief of Air Force of RMAF General Dato' Sri Mohd Asghar Khan bin Goriman Khan.

This MoU is a broader and sustainable cooperation between Infoglobal and G7 aerospace after the signing of the cooperation in 2019. In this MoU, Infoglobal will strengthen the Malaysian market by continuing joint development with G7 aerospace and producing defense products that can be used by the Malaysian military. The good news is that in 2022, Infoglobal will again realize the export of MPCD Batch 2 to Malaysia.

Indonesian Aerospace Export 2015-2019

Contract for Philippine Navy for 2 LPD 143 meter have been signed. AlhamduliLLAH


PT PAL participate in Philippine Marine 7 edition, 21-23 June 2022


Correction, the contract for Philippine Navy is for two 123 meter LPD (not 143 meter)

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