Luerssen says it has the right stuff for OPVs

By Robyn Molloy Peter Luerssen believes the Federal Government can meet a mid-2018 target of cutting steel for its $3 billion-plus Offshore Patrol Vessel program, but the German shipbuilding magnate remains in the dark on when he will learn if his team has won the contract.

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