Stahl Metall enters into new contract with KONGSBERG for cable assemblies for the Naval Strike Missile Capability

Stahl Metall is pleased to announce it has entered into a new contract with Kongsberg Defence Australia (KDAu) for the manufacture and delivery of Electrical Control systems / Cable and Harness Systems for the Naval Strike Missile (NSM) capability being delivered under Project SEA 1300 Phase 1 - Navy Guided Weapons.

Located in Knoxfield, Victoria, Stahl Metall specialises in the design and manufacture of custom “Robust” cable and harness assemblies, complete communication, power/electrical enclosures & box assemblies.

Committed to maintaining its quality management system in compliance with AS 9100D, Stahl Metall is certified to undertake build-to-print, custom design and lean manufacturing activities.

Mr Anton Fonseka, Director of Business Development at Stahl Metall, said "We look forward to working with KONGSBERG in Australia on this important program. Stahl Metall is committed to building and supporting sovereign defence manufacturing capability in Australia. Stahl Metall products are known for their reliability, precision and resistance to demanding and harsh environments, and commonly used in fields requiring faultless quality, such as Aerospace and Defence, Marine, and Subsea applications with proven track record in complex Defence platforms and on-time delivery.”

Mr John Fry, General Manager of Kongsberg Defence Australia, said ‘We are delighted to announce our partnership with Stahl Metall. Stahl Metall is one of many Australian suppliers we are working with to deliver the NSM capability to the Royal Australia Navy. This Australian manufacturing opportunity is a demonstration of the talent that exist in Australia’s Defence Industry and supports KONGSBERG’s ongoing commitment to developing domestic production for this modern, effective and survivable precision strike missile capability”.

Vanessa Konig
Director Corporate Affairs, Kongsberg Defence Australia

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