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ANI's Assets

ANI’s principal place of business is located within the shipyard precinct in Osborne, South Australia, where ANI owns the infrastructure necessary for ongoing naval vessel building and sustainment.

Assets held within ANI include:

Osborne North Shipyard (SA)

This is the location for the full-cycle docking and maintenance of the Royal Australian Navy’s six existing Collins class submarines (CCSM) by ASC Pty Ltd.

To facilitate the construction of the new Attack class submarines by Naval Group, the existing submarine yard will be expanded and refurbished. Several parcels of land have been acquired from the State Government and private owners at Osborne North on which the ONDP will be progressed, as further described below. Planning for the completion of the design and construction is ongoing, in collaboration with Naval Group and the Commonwealth’s Future Submarine Program (FSP).

Osborne South Shipyard (SA)

This is the location for the AWD Program being undertaken by the AWD Alliance (ASC AWD Shipbuilder Pty Ltd, Raytheon Australia and the Commonwealth) for the delivery of three vessels by 2020, and the location for the build of the first two OPVs by Luerssen Australia Pty Ltd (Luerssen) and ASC OPV Shipbuilder Pty Ltd (as a subcontractor to Luerssen).

The Osborne South shipyard, currently under expansion through the OSDP as further described below, is also the location for the construction of nine Hunter class frigates by ASC Shipbuilding commencing in 2020. To facilitate the expansion, land was previously acquired from the State Government at Osborne South.

Common Use Infrastructure (SA)

ANI acquired the Common Use Infrastructure (CUI, formerly known as the Common User Facility (CUF)) including wharf, dry berth, transfer system and shiplift from the State Government in 2017. ANI owns and operates this facility, and provides services to the Naval Shipbuilding Programs as required.

Naval Shipbuilding College (SA)

ANI acquired the facility previously known as the Maritime Skills Centre from the State Government in 2017. This facility is now leased to NSI (Aust) Pty Ltd and is the home of the Naval Shipbuilding College.

Henderson Shipyard (WA)

ANI owns minor assets in support of CCSM sustainment mid-cycle docking by ASC Pty Ltd.