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The Far East Shipbuilding Center should become the general customer of all offshore equipment for offshore projects - Putin

It is necessary that the Far Eastern Shipbuilding Center became the general customer of all marine equipment for offshore projects "with the task of gradually increasing the share of localization in shipbuilding to 70 percent." This was stated by Russian President Vladimir Putin in Astrakhan, at a meeting of the commission on the strategy for the development of the fuel and energy complex and environmental safety. The commission, in particular, discussed the implementation of the first large investment projects in Eastern Siberia and the Far Eastern Federal District. The transcript of the meeting was published by the Kremlin press service.

“The scale of our offshore projects will grow from year to year, and it is obvious that this will require a large number of sea vessels and special equipment. For the Russian shipbuilding industry this is a good opportunity to receive serial orders and enrich the experience of working in the high-tech segment, ”said Vladimir Putin.

The President urged “to do everything in order” to actively develop the Far East Shipbuilding Center. “In the Far East, we have always had good competence in the field of shipbuilding, it is necessary for it to become the parent company, and only then can we develop both the Far Eastern Shipbuilding Center and the USC as a whole,” he said.

The Far Eastern Center for Shipbuilding and Ship Repair (DTSSS) is a subsidiary of the state holding United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC). DTSSS unites the largest profile enterprises in the region and includes shipbuilding and ship repair plants in the Far Eastern Federal District, including Kamchatka, in the Khabarovsk and Primorsky Territories.

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