The Keris-class littoral mission ship (LMS) is a class of patrol vessels being built in China by China Shipbuilding and Offshore International Co. Ltd (CSIC) with a length of 69 meters, a beam of 9.2 meters and a displacement of 710 tons. Their maximum speed is 22 knots, their range 2,000 nautical miles with an endurance of 15 days at sea. They will have a crew complement of 45. The LMS is a new class that will join the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) Fleet under the 15to5 Fleet Transformation Program. Malaysia signed a contract for four LMS vessels with CSIC in April 2017. The RMN will receive comprehensive training as well (as part of the contract). The RMN has named its second littoral mission ship (LMS), Sundang at the ship's launching and naming ceremony in Wuhan, China (See: RMN's second littoral mission ship named Sundang).