ST Engineering’s inaugural showcase for World Defense Show

Saudi Arabia’s inaugural World Defense Show (WDS) was held in Riyadh from 6 March to 9 March 2022.  The exhibition featured over 800 exhibitors spanning across an 800,000 sqm venue. World Defense Show’s main focus were on military interoperability across air, land, sea, security and satellite defense systems, where the show was attended by representatives from hundreds of industry giant across the world.

The Marine arm of ST Engineering, signature competencies in maritime and homeland security were showcased for visitors to explore current and future solutions which will transform how naval forces interoperate with all necessary defense and security systems.

Our capabilities and proven track records in designing and building of Fast Patrol Boats, Fire-fighting Vessel and Patrol Vessels, were our key centerpieces for this show.

They include the Vanguard 80, a highly versatile and reliable offshore patrol vessel suited for a wide assortment of missions, including maritime security and search and rescue operations. Fleet owners who are well-acquitted with the catch phrase of “One Design, Multiple Classes” can learn more about the Vanguard Series of multi-mission naval vessels that harnesses ST Engineering’s proprietary hull design.

Flaunted as the “World’s Most Powerful Firefighting Vessel”, ST Engineering’s Heavy Fire Vessel (HFV) for the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF), was also exhibited at the show. Known for its’ heavy-duty fire vessel, she is able to deliver a 360-degree fire-fighting coverage with an unparalleled pump capacity of 14,400 m3/h of seawater.

Our Marine booth was visited by a wide range of visitors from foreign navies, General Authority for Military Industries (GAMI), Saudi Arabian Military Industries (SAMI) & OEMs and partners.

With the conclusion of World Defense Show 2022, we hope to see you again in the next edition!

With Mr Raza Said (1st from right), Senior Technical Manager, Weapons and Missiles Division, Saudi Arabian Military Industries (SAMI) and team
With Commodore Mark Durkin (3rd from left), Royal Navy, UK MOD Team (Riyadh) and team.