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Far East shipbuilding complex "Zvezda" will provide 9 thousand jobs
The situation around OJSC United Shipbuilding Corporation was discussed at a meeting of the Expert Council of Legislators and Specialized Agencies in the State Duma, dedicated to the prospects for the development of the shipbuilding industry in the context of the state programs of the Russian Federation "Development of shipbuilding for 2013-2030" and the Development Strategy of OJSC USC until 2030.
The interest of those who gathered was attracted by the report of the deputy general director for capital construction of the Far Eastern Center of Shipbuilding and Ship Repair Igor Yemeshkin “On the creation of a shipbuilding cluster in the Far East for the production of ships and marine equipment for the development of the shelf”. I. Yemeshkin elaborated on the current situation with the construction of the Bolshoy Kamen and the Five Hunters bays of the Zvezda shipbuilding complex in Primorye after the decision to sell 75% of shipyard shares to a consortium of private investors - Rosneft, Gazprombank and USC.
According to the data presented by I. Emeshkin, now 22% of the equipment of the first stage of the shipyard (the body of processing units and painting chambers) is ready, a platform for a slipway with an area of 12 ha is installed, 10 is laid out of 96 km of ramming piles. By 15-20 April 112 thousand cubes of concrete will be laid in a heavy slug.
At the end of the first stage, the heavy stocks will build and assemble volumetric sections for vessels weighing up to 145 thousand tons. By 2018, the shipyard will provide approximately 9 thousand jobs.