The Canadian Coast Guard has taken the delivery of the CCGS Jean Goodwill, the second of three medium interim icebreakers created by Davie Shipbuilding in Lévis, Quebec, through the conversion of a
Buoyed by its success in being designated as the icebreaker partner under Canada’s National Shipbuilding Strategy, Davie Shipbuilding is now eyeing export markets and yesterday launched a National Icebreaker Center (NIC). The
The Government of Canada today announced that Quebec shipbuilder Davie has pre-qualified to become the third strategic partner under the country’s National Shipbuilding Strategy. The NSS’s third yard will build six program
JANUARY 30, 2017 — After intensive at-sea trials and testing, Canada’s Department of Defence has formally accepted Asterix, the Resolve-Class Naval Support Ship created by Davie Shipbuilding by converting an existing containership.
OCTOBER 16, 2017 — Davie Shipbuilding, Lévis, Quebec, Canada, reports that during the weekend it launched the Asterix. The Resolve-class naval support vessel, created by converting a containership, will be the largest
JULY 21, 2017 — Davie Shipbuilding, Lévis, Quebec, Canada, yesterday unveiled the Asterix, the Resolve-class naval support vessel created by converting a containership in a project taking just under two years and
MARCH 6, 2017—Canada’s Davie Shipbuilding recently awarded a contract to the ALMACO Group for the delivery of the superstructure of Project Resolve, a Royal Canadian Navy AOR vessel. This would be the
DECEMBER 5, 2016 — Within weeks of becoming the first shipyard in Canada to earn the ISO 9001:2015 certification, Davie Shipbuilding has succeeded in meeting the latest globally-recognized environmental standards by becoming