On June 19, 2019 at Remontowa Shipbuliding S.A. shipyard in Gdańsk, in order to begin the construction works for the third 258 project Kormoran-class MCMV, the first sheets of metal were cut. It is the first of the milestones beginning the process of building a ship that will be named “Mewa”. It is another of the minehunters, which involves CTM in the construction works. The first of them – ORP “Kormoran”, was delivered to the Polish Navy at the end of 2017 by a consortium of Remontowa Shipbuilding S.A. (the leader) and OBR CTM S.A. based in Gdynia. The construction of “Mewa” is the result of an agreement signed between the Armament Inspectorate of the Ministry of National Defence and the Consortium consisting of Remontowa Shipbuilding S.A. (the leader) and OBR CTM S.A. and PGZ Stocznia Wojenna S.A., which are members of the Polish Armaments Group.
CTM, within the aforementioned Consortium, is responsible for the integration of the Combat Management System. Additionally, CTM develops and delivers the Integrated Combat System, including Ship Combat Management System SCOT, Passive Defence System, Underwater Monitoring System, including SHL-101/TM and SHL-300 sonars and explosive charges to countermeasure sea mines “Toczek”.