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EastRussia Newsletter: Nakhodka plant to build six crabbolders for Antei

EastRussia Newsletter: Nakhodka plant to build six crabbolders for Antei
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Antey Sever Company has signed an agreement with Nakhodka Ship Repair Plant JSC for the construction of six crab fishing vessels under the investment quota program. A preliminary agreement on the construction of a series of fishing vessels was signed on the sidelines of the WEF-2019, according to the next published issue of the EastRussia newsletter.

The NSRZ has already begun cutting metal for the first crab with a deadweight of more than one thousand tons, a length of 57,7 meters and a width of 12,6 meters. Previously, crab-boats were not built at the Nakhodka enterprise. They intend to fulfill the order for the NSRZ within five years. The first two vessels are scheduled to be commissioned in the fourth quarter of 2022.

The plant is included in the number of systemically important enterprises of the country, which means monitoring its financial condition in crisis conditions and providing state support if necessary. The cost of the work has not yet been disclosed, but in January the amount of the contract was estimated at about $ 90 million (the cost of one crab catcher could be $ 15 million).

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