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2008 [[BAE Systems]] and [[VT Group]] merged their military shipbuilding businesses to form [[[[BAE Systems Maritime - Maritime Services||BVT Surface Fleet]] - the part that had been '''FSL''' was rebranded as '''BVT Surface Fleet Support''' Ltd.  
 
2008 [[BAE Systems]] and [[VT Group]] merged their military shipbuilding businesses to form [[[[BAE Systems Maritime - Maritime Services||BVT Surface Fleet]] - the part that had been '''FSL''' was rebranded as '''BVT Surface Fleet Support''' Ltd.  
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2009 VT sold its 45 percent share of the shipbuilding JV company '''BVT Surface Fleet''' to [[BAE Systems]]
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Revision as of 14:21, 20 February 2020

Fleet Support Limited (FSL) was founded as a joint venture between Vosper Thornycroft and GEC-Marconi.

1999 GEC's 50 percent share passed to its successor BAE Systems.

2008 BAE Systems and VT Group merged their military shipbuilding businesses to form [[|BVT Surface Fleet - the part that had been FSL was rebranded as BVT Surface Fleet Support Ltd.

2009 VT sold its 45 percent share of the shipbuilding JV company BVT Surface Fleet to BAE Systems


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