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The first ice-class tanker Sakhalin launched in Nakhodka
On August 8, 2014, the first ice-class Sakhalin tanker with a deadweight of 3100 tons was solemnly launched from the shipyard of the Nakhodka shipyard. This is a unique event in the history of Russian shipbuilding, because before in the Far East ships of this class and displacement were not built.
The Sakhalin tanker was laid down at the shipyard of the Zvezda shipyard in 2012 by order of Rosneft. However, due to the workload of the enterprise, the construction was transferred to the NSRZ as the only site capable of handling a project of this scale. The purpose of the vessel is reception, transportation and simultaneous delivery of up to four types of oil products without limitation on flash point. The new tanker is capable of operating in ice conditions with an increased class of environmental safety and automation, it fully complies with the new international requirements for the transportation of oil products.
On the stocks of the NSRH in the scaffolding is another tanker, which will join the list of vessels produced at the plant. A month earlier, the plant's specialists launched the self-propelled barge SB-40, which will deliver food to remote villages of Chukotka.
Nakhodka Shipyard today is the first shipbuilding enterprise in the Far East that fulfilled the decree of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin on the construction of the Russian fleet.
Previously, NSRZ took part in the ESPO-Kozmino and ATES-2012 projects. The structures of three bridges for Vladivostok at once were assembled by factory specialists on the territory of the Nakhodka shipyard. Today, in addition to shipbuilding and ship repair, the plant workers are engaged in the construction of the Vostochny cosmodrome and other facilities important for the development of the economy of the Far East.