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Amur Shipyard is no longer bankrupt

“The bankruptcy procedure for Amurskiy Shipbuilding Plant OJSC has been terminated and the plant may return to work,” Governor Vyacheslav Shport said at an expanded meeting of the Khabarovsk Territory government. “However, the personnel situation is catastrophic, without solving this issue you will not be able to build a corvette, a tugboat or a rescue vessel. We are working today to load the plant even more, but we cannot do this, because you cannot cope with the orders that you have. The state has resolved some of your issues, yesterday they lifted bankruptcy from your plant, you were released so that you can work more actively with all financial instruments. We are waiting for some additional suggestions from you, ”he said to Gennady Shabolin, Deputy Head of the Human Resources Service of JSC ASZ.

On June 24, the Arbitration Court of the Territory approved an amicable agreement on the bankruptcy case of OJSC Amur Shipyard, concluded between the ASZ represented by external manager Vladimir Pulyaevsky and bankruptcy creditors.

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