Current companies

Establish yourself at Techport Australia, and join some of the world’s leading defence companies.


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Techport Australia’s anchor tenant ASC currently has two multi-billion dollar naval contracts: construction of the Air Warfare Destroyers and maintenance of the Collins Class submarines.


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AWD Systems Centre

The AWD Systems Centre is the hub of the AWD project accommodating AWD Alliance partners, the Defence Materiel Organisation, Shipbuilder ASC, Hobart Class Combat System Systems Engineer Raytheon Australia and capability partner representatives. The Alliance is managing the design, schedule, budgets and major procurements of the AWD project.

AMI Marine

AMI Marine is a wholesale distrubtor and agent for many leading marine, electronic, environmental, offshore and safety products. With 25 years experience in the marine industry, the company has established itself as a respected leader in the market place, and has developed an extensive distribution network across Australia, Southeast Asia, and globally.


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Raytheon Australia

Raytheon Australia is the Hobart Class Combat System Systems Engineer - a key member of the AWD Alliance team building Australia's air defence capable ships, the new Air Warfare Destroyers.


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Maritime Skills Centre

The Maritime Skills Centre provides technical and trade skills for the AWD project and when capacity permits, is available for third party commercial training activities.


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PMB Defence

PMB Defence is a leading manufacturer of high-quality submarine battery systems. It has been involved with the Collins Class submarines since their inception. PMB Defence has been engaged by the Commonwealth in initial Future Submarine capability studies and has continued to grow it's broader energy and engineering capabilities.


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Babcock is a leading engineering support services organisation. They employ over 28,000 talented and committed people across six continents, and have worldwide revenues of over AU$9.5billion. In Australia and New Zealand, Babcock operates across six sites, with 750 staff.

The company manages critical assets, delivers complex programmes and teaches vital skills to improve operational effectiveness. They support customers across emergency services, defence, mining & construction, transport & infrastructure and energy markets, amongst others.


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Ferrocut is one of South Australia’s leading profile cutters. The company provides services and products to a range of sectors including defence, mining, construction and specialist fabrication and is delivering cut steel plate for the AWD project.


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National Crane Hire/McAleese Transport

National Crane Hire/McAleese Transport conduct mobile crane hire and heavy haulage operations and is establishing their South Australian head office at Techport Australia.



Le Fevre Developments is a start-up operation focusing on high-spec engineering solutions for defence and other industries.

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