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Pella" will expand production site in Otradnoe
May 8, 2019
The new shipbuilding complex of the Pella plant in the town of Otradnoe of the Leningrad Region will be expanded. The commissioning of additional capacity is planned for 2020.
"In 2019, a decision was made to expand the new shipbuilding complex of Pella, and in 2020, commissioning is planned: three slipways, two outfitting workshops, a warehouse building and a power unit," the shipyard's 2018 annual report says.
The new shipbuilding complex "Pella" allows you to build ships and vessels up to 100 meters in length, up to 26 meters wide and with draft up to 6 meters. The total amount of extra-budgetary investments in the creation of the site amounted to 6.3 billion rubles, specified in the annual report.
As part of the state defense order, Pella is building raid tugs, Raptor patrol boats, small rocket ships of Project 22800 Karakurt, special purpose ships in the interests of the Main Directorate of Deep-Sea Research of the Russian Defense Ministry.
Tingsay wrote:Russia should just give as much funds to Pella as they can and make it the premier builder of 22800s, 20385s and 22160s.
Baltiysky Zavod will not build warships until 2022
May 25, 2019 at 16:32 Topic: Industry
The construction of warships at the Baltic Shipyard is not planned in the coming years. On May 25, during the launching ceremony of the nuclear-powered icebreaker "Ural", the company's general director Alexey Kadilov announced this when answering a question from the journalist Mil.Press FlotProm.
Kadilov added that the company is now loaded with orders, but it also has the necessary experience and competencies to build surface warships.
Consultations on the construction of military ships at the Baltic plant can begin in 2022-2024, he concluded. Alexey Kadilov did not specify the construction of ships of which projects may be involved.
In the 2000s, the Baltic Shipyard built a series of frigates for India, and in 2014, the aft part of a Mistral-type helicopter carrier.
At the Army-2019 defense expo next month, the Krylov State Research Center will display models of a non-nuclear aircraft carrier with a 70k ton displacement, an amphibious landing ship with a displacement of 25-27k tons, and the Lider-class destroyer.
ult wrote:Not yet. They plan to expand in 2020, which will allow them to build ships with a length of 100 meters, beam - 26 meters, draft - 6 meters. Which is closer to 20380 dimensions.
Far Eastern plant "Zvezda" was left without military orders
July 9, 2019 at 12:02 Topic: Industry
Part of the workers of the Far Eastern plant "Zvezda" from August to December will be transferred to the incomplete working week. According toRIA Newssuch a decision is dictated by the temporary absence of a state defense order.
The website of the Federation of Trade Unions of the Primorsky Territory states that the majority of shipyard workers will switch to part-time work. “Such measures are caused by the fact that the enterprise is underutilized due to the temporary absence of the state defense order,” the plant’s press service told.
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The representative of the factory union claims that "we are talking about hundreds of people." "It was decided to appeal to the deputy Viktor Pinsky and directly to the Minister of Defense Sergei Shoigu," he said. According to him, the plant’s management is taking measures to resolve the situation.
The Far Eastern plant Zvezda (Bolshoy Kamen, Primorsky Krai) is the leading shipbuilding complex in the east of Russia, specializing in the repair, refitting and modernization of nuclear submarines. Since 2009, on the basis of the shipyard, a project has been implemented to create a complex for the construction of civilian vessels and oil platforms. The total investment has already exceeded 200 billion rubles. To complete the complex plan by 2024.
At the end of June DVZ ZvezdaOmsk ", the last repair and modernization.
(...)Which shipyards will be able to build a ship with a displacement of 20 thousand tons?
- It all depends on the state of our shipyards, in their slipway program. Again, this could be the Baltic Shipyard or the Northern Shipyard. The "Northern" should have been modernized, but they did not. The contract with the St. Petersburg metro stroy was broken. They were supposed to create facilities for the construction of large ships, but the contractor failed USC. Severodvinsk ("Sevmash" - ed) is busy, the Crimean enterprises should be watched, maybe they can be reanimated. In the USSR, there were powerful shipyards that built supertankers with a displacement of up to 100 thousand tons. Our destroyer is similar in its dimensions to the Soviet cruiser: only one length is about 180 meters.
The construction of a slipway at the "North shipyard" will be presented for public comment
Public hearings on the modernization of the plant "Severnaya Verf" in the framework of the first phase of construction will be held on August 12. This reports the press service of the Smolny.
The discussion will deal with the issues of assessing the impact of the construction of the slipway and the technical re-equipment of the enterprise’s capacities on the environment. The event is being held by the Committee on Nature Management, Environmental Protection and Ensuring Ecological Safety in cooperation with USC LLC.
Recall that the shipyard to upgrade its facilities announced a competition in the amount of 6.33 billion rubles in September 2017.
As a result, the tender for the construction of the slipway was won by Metrostroy. However, in 2018 a significant deviation from the agreed schedule was revealed, and at the end of March this year, the contract with Metrostroy was terminated.
On July 10, Rakhmanov told Mil.Press FlotProm that the fundamental parameters of modernization do not change: "Already at the first stage (works - ed.), The Northern Shipyard created opportunities for year-round construction of any ships and vessels up to 250 m in length and with a displacement of up to 75 thousand tons. " He noted that the construction of ships and vessels is organized with increased labor productivity due to high-quality ergonomics of workplaces.
Another industry source of the publication added that the commissioning of a new slipway is planned for the second half of 2020. Initially, the work should have been completed in the first quarter of this year.