Boustead assures commitment to delivering combat ships for navy


Ravin Palanisamy

The Public Accounts Committee has highlighted that five of six littoral combat ships from Boustead Naval Shipyard were supposed to have been delivered to the Defence Ministry this month, but not even one has been completed. – LinkedIn pic, August 5, 2022.

BOUSTEAD Holdings Bhd subsidiary Boustead Naval Shipyard (BNS) Sdn Bhd said it is committed to delivering littoral combat ships (LCS) to the navy despite the recent accusations levelled against it. 

The company had received a RM9 billion contract from the government in 2011 to build the six LCS but has yet to deliver even one. The project yesterday came under fire from the Public Accounts Committee (PAC). 


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  • Poodah.Meluat.Menyampah .Apparently not a single top brass being arrested to date on this case.All culprits are Melayu .Amat memalukan kpd Bangsa sendiri dan Negara.

    Posted 1 week ago by Abdul Rashid