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Vladimir Putin: "Star" Will Become One Of The Leading Shipyards In Russia And The World

 Today, September 8, 2017, Vladimir Putin visited the shipbuilding complex Zvezda in the city of Bolshoy Kamen in the Far East and took part in the ceremony of laying out multifunctional supply vessels for the reinforced ice class Vladimir Monomakh, Alexander Nevsky, Ekaterina the Great and Saint Maria ", which are planned to be built by the order of the company" Rosneft ". As part of the Russian delegation, the President was accompanied by the Minister of Industry and Trade Denis Manturov.

Opening the ceremony of laying down ships, Vladimir Putin secured a commemorative plaque on the section of the vessel "Vladimir Monomakh". He noted that the preparatory works for the implementation of the project at the enterprise are carried out on schedule, and at the moment the construction of ships and marine equipment has already started.

I want to congratulate you on a new big event - the laying of four supply vessels for the reinforced ice class. They will be manufactured on the order of Rosneft, they will strengthen the company's potential and the entire domestic fuel and energy complex, promote the development of the Northern Sea Route ,

said the President.

According to him, the long-term plan for loading the enterprise up to 2035 has already been approved, and now the plant faces the task of launching the production of a full line of medium- and large-tonnage vessels and marine equipment.

I am sure that the collective of the enterprise, you and your colleagues, understands the scale and importance of the tasks, will do everything necessary to create a competitive center of shipbuilding, ready to produce the most modern and demanded products. "Zvezda" is sure to become one of the leading shipyards in Russia and the world , -

said the Head of Russia.

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On the basis of the Zvezda plant, Russia's first shipyard for large-capacity shipbuilding is being built, with a processing capacity of up to 330,000 tons of steel per year, capable of producing a line of medium- and large-tonnage vessels and marine equipment, including tankers, gas carriers, elements of drilling platforms, supply vessels and seismic surveys.


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