What are the Indonesian government’s requirements for these future boats, and who are the contenders in the race to supply between five and seven more submarines, and its related subsystems, to the TNI-AL? What are the TNI-AL’s plans for vessels that are currently in service?
This report aims to provide the readers with a brief understanding of the Indonesian government’s submarine programmes, its requirements for industrial participation, and plans for the future.
Faced with an increasing spectrum of maritime threats, the Indonesian Navy (Tentara Nasional Indonesia - Angkatan Laut: TNI-AL) has embarked on an unprecedented modernisation effort. This report aims to summarise major acquisitions projects that are expected to be formalised soon.
Besides conventional adversaries, the TNI-AL is increasingly being shouldered with the responsibility to protect Indonesian waters from asymmetric threats including maritime piracy, irregular human migration, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief (HADR), and seaborne terrorism.
While global naval budgets are increasingly constrained, the current threat context is forcing allies to re-assess their capabilities and to look into their future procurement.
In this exclusive free report, more than 500 respondents shared their priorities in terms of procurement and their challenges and what they believe the key trends will be in the upcoming years, from both the military and the industry. Their views are supported by an insight into the current global naval market.