Operational maintenance for the command & replenishment ships
CNN MCO’s contract for the operational ship maintenance of the command and replenishment sea patrollers has been renewed for the next ten years.
Since 2012, the company has held the operational maintenance for the Sea Patrollers (ex Avisos A69). The renewal of this contract will allow CNN MCO to maintain these vessels until they leave the fleet. On average, they are around 34 years old so they require regular upgrades and extensive maintenance. They will be gradually replaced from 2025 as part of the military program named BATSIMAR (Maritime Observation and Intervention Ship).
The Patrollers are specialized in maritime surveillance and public service missions such as rescue and marine police. The operations to phase out the oldest ships will be carried out from the company’s Brest and Toulon branches, with the fleet split between these two home ports.
CNN MCO teams will be committed to find reliable technical and economic solutions that take into account the remaining lifespan of each vessel until the arrival of their replacements.
CNN MCO is very honored to be able to accompany the Fleet Support Service as well as the Directorate General of Armaments (DGA) in the operation of the last years of activity of these vessels.