Huntington Ingalls Industries

amerikanskt skeppsvarvsföretag inom försvarsindustrin

Huntington Ingalls Industries, Inc. är ett amerikanskt skeppsvarvsföretag inom försvarsindustrin. De är USA:s största leverantör av örlogsfartyg[3] och enda företag som designar och bygger amerikanska hangarfartyg. 70% av de nuvarande örlogsfartygen som tjänstgör i den amerikanska flottan är byggda av Huntington Ingalls och dess föregångare.[4] De och General Dynamics dotterbolag General Dynamics Electric Boat har princip duopol rörande tillverkning av kärnkraftsdrivna ubåtar till landets flotta.[5][6][7][8][9]

Huntington Ingalls Industries, Inc.
TypPublikt aktiebolag
NYSE: HII
HuvudkontorUSA Newport News, Virginia, USA
NyckelpersonerAmiral Thomas B. Fargo
Styrelseordförande
Mike Petters
President VD
BranschFörsvarsindustri
Skeppsvarv
ProdukterÖrlogsfartyg
Antal anställda~42 000 – 2019[1]
Historia
Grundat31 mars 2011
Avknoppat frånNorthrop Grumman Corporation
Ekonomi
Omsättning $ 8,899 miljarder
Rörelseresultat $ 683 miljoner
Vinst efter skatt $ 549 miljoner
Tillgångar $ 7,031 miljarder
Eget kapital $ 1,588 miljarder
Orderstock $ 46,5 miljarder
Övrigt
SloganHard stuff done right.
WebbplatsHuntingtonIngalls.com
FotnoterStatistik från 2019 års bokslut.[2]
Orderstock per 2019–12–31.

Företaget består bland annat av skeppsvarven Newport News Shipbuilding i Newport News i Virginia[10] och Ingalls Shipbuilding i Pascagoula i Mississippi[1]. Mellan 2011 och 2014 hade de även Avondale Shipyard i Bridge City i Louisiana.[11][12]

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Huntington Ingalls har sitt ursprung från den 28 januari 2008 när Northrop Grumman Corporation, som var då världens största leverantör av örlogsfartyg, fusionerade sina dotterbolag Northrop Grumman Ship Systems och Northrop Grumman Newport News till ett enda med namnet Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding.[13] Den 31 mars 2011 knoppade Northrop av dotterbolaget till att vara ett självständigt företag och fick sitt nuvarande namn.[3]

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Urval av de produkter Huntington Ingalls tillverkar/tillverkat:

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Amfibiefartyg
Hangarfartyg
Jagare
Ubåtar

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  29. ^ ”USS Ralph Johnson (DDG 114)”. NVR.Navy.mil. http://www.nvr.navy.mil/SHIPDETAILS/SHIPSDETAIL_DDG_114_4103.HTML. 
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  42. ^ ”USS John Warner (SSN 785)”. NVR.Navy.mil. http://www.nvr.navy.mil/SHIPDETAILS/SHIPSDETAIL_SSN_785_4518.HTML. 
  43. ^ ”USS Washington (SSN 787)”. NVR.Navy.mil. http://www.nvr.navy.mil/SHIPDETAILS/SHIPSDETAIL_SSN_787_4520.HTML. 
  44. ^ ”USS Indiana (SSN 789)”. NVR.Navy.mil. http://www.nvr.navy.mil/SHIPDETAILS/SHIPSDETAIL_SSN_789_4522.HTML. 
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