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EastRussia Bulletin: Seaside Zvezda Claims Large Order

EastRussia Bulletin: Seaside Zvezda Claims Large Order
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Primorsk Shipyard "Star" can claim to build a research vessel for the Ministry of Education and Science of Russia. While the shipyard representatives are only participating in government meetings on this issue, however, in future there is a possibility that the complex will act as one of the bidders for the order, according to the next published issue of the EastRussia bulletin.

Such vessels will be the first civilian ships of this class built after the collapse of the Soviet Union, in the national project "Science" for their construction laid 28,4 billion rubles, including 760 million rubles - for design and research work. Ships are supposed to be built in five years.

The Institute of Oceanology has already coordinated the placement of an order with the United Shipbuilding Corporation - in Vyborg, according to the project of the Almaz Central Securities and Design Bureau. The ministry believes that the St. Petersburg shipyard "Pella", which will consider the German ship as a prototype, can also fulfill the order, but this option threatens with additional customs costs. Considering the state policy of supporting shipbuilding in its shipyards, the possibility of transferring the order to the “Star” is not excluded.

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