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EastRussia Newsletter: The Zvezda Seashore Shipyard Will Expand Its Own Engineering Center - EastRussia | Far East






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EastRussia Bulletin: The Starfish Seaside Shipyard will expand its own engineering center

EastRussia Bulletin: The Starfish Seaside Shipyard will expand its own engineering center
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The development of the Zvezda shipbuilding complex continues in Primorsky Krai - the shipyard expands its own engineering center to strengthen the staff of the company and expands its order book, the latest published issue of the EastRussia bulletin says.

The Zvezda complex began expanding its engineering center, planning to increase the number of designers and designers who are developing design and technological documentation by three times. Now for the detailed development of working documentation is responsible for the joint venture "Stars" (51%) and South Korean Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries (49%) - "Star-Hyundai", created under the joint production of Aframax tankers. Currently, there are about 30 people working in the joint venture, but their number is expected to increase to 90-100 employees. According to industry experts, a team of 100-150 people is needed for their own engineering center, but given the growing order book of the company, more specialists may be required.

In addition, the state-owned company Sovkomflot placed an order at the Far Eastern shipyard for the construction of three new-generation product tankers with 51 deadweight, thou. Tons, using gas-engine fuel as the main one. They are intended for transportation of petroleum products and gas condensate, in the future they are to be chartered by PJSC "Novatek" on the basis of long-term time-charter contracts. The cost of new orders has not yet been disclosed.