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Four shipbuilding and ship-repair zones will be created in the Far East under auspices of the Far East Shipbuilding Center.
As reported by Primorsky Krai Industry and Transport Department, shipbuilding zone Vostok-Raffles for construction of ocean-going platforms has been already laid down at Chazhma Bay nearby Dunai settlement on the basis of Ship-Repair Yard 30; Vostok-Raffles is a new Russian-Singaporean joint venture company engaged in construction of drilling semisubmersibles. At present, the project is in the stage of planning and legal implementation.
Identical in size shipbuilding zone Zvezda-DSME is being formed in the eastern part of Zvezda shipyard. This is going to be Russian-Korean joint venture; now it is also in the planning and implementation stages. This yard will be specialized in construction of heavy-tonnage civil vessels and ice-proof tankers. While mobilization, the shipyard is capable to built 1 rank warships including aircraft carriers.
It is also planned to establish overhaul/upgrade zone for surface ships and submarines at Zvezda shipyard. The purpose is satisfaction of Pacific Fleet's (PF) needs in all types of complicated interim overhaul and ship modernization.
Another ship-repair zone in Primorsky Krai – Vladivostok – is intended for maintenance of PF ships, and in prospect – for repairs of fishing and merchant ships. The zone will be based on Ship-Repair Yards 92 and 178.
We recall that Far East Shipbuilding Center (FESC) is an affiliate of United Shipbuilding Corporation established by presidential decree. In Primorsky Krai following yards are within competence of FESC: Zvezda shipyard, Ship-Repair Yards 178, 92 and 30. The subholding company comprises shipbuilding companies of Khabarovsky Krai and Kamchatka as well.
In 2009 FESC obtained sufficient governmental support. For instance, under federal development program of military industry Zvezda shipyard was subsidized to re-equip production capacities for repair of 3rd generation nuclear submarines.
Besides, today four defense companies of Primorsky Krai are entitled to export war-like equipment. Primorsky Krai has tied with Rosoboronexport a general agreement of military technical cooperation with foreign countries.
In its turn, administration of Primorsky Krai traditionally supports defense industry partially covering electricity expenses of defense companies by regional budget.
and this is the source: http://rusnavy com/news/navy/index.php?ELEMENT_ID=9183&print=Y
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A slightly clearer article is this one:
Zvezda-DSME shipyard design work to be finished in September
DATELINE: VLADIVOSTOK May 17
The Far Eastern Shipbuilding and Ship Repairing Center, which is constructing the Zvezda-DSME shipyard in Bolshoy Kamen, Primorye territory, together with South Korea’s Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) will present the preliminary design to the State Appraisal Department in four months, the center’s Deputy General Director Yevgeny Krainov said.
The center signed the preliminary design contract with South Korea’s KORPEK and AUDC in Vladivostok.
Russian experts will take part in the work, so that the preliminary design corresponds to Russian standards.
The construction of the shipyard, which will produce large-size sea vessels, began on November 18, 2009. The shipyard may be ready by late 2011.
It will produce ice-proof tankers and gas tankers with the deadweight of 200,000-250,000 tonnes, oilrigs and LNG plants.
Rosneft, Transneft, Gazprom, Sovcomflot and some other companies will be the shipyard clients.
The Far Eastern Shipbuilding and Ship Repairing Company is a subsidiary of the United Shipbuilding Corporation formed in 2007.
from here: http://www.russiandefenseblog org/?p=1109
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