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A floating pier for the Pacific Fleet will be built by Vostochnaya Verf in Primorye

A floating pier for the Pacific Fleet will be built by Vostochnaya Verf in Primorye
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In the Primorsky Territory, Vostochnaya Verf JSC has begun construction of a floating berth for the needs of the Pacific Fleet. The PM-61M project will be handed over to the customer in October 2021.

According to INTERFAX - FAR EAST, now experts are cutting metal. Assembly of the berth sections will begin in March.

At the same time, two submarines or two surface vessels with a displacement of up to five thousand tons will be able to stay on the berth. It will also be fashionable to supply water and electricity to ships, provide telephone communication with the shore, and carry out loading and unloading using cranes.

As noted by Dmitry Matveev, Production Director of Vostochnaya Verf JSC, this is one of the simplest directions in the company's work. The cost of the project is not large, but the production time is also small.

In 2020, the company produced three berths under the PM-61M project. Two were transferred to the Pacific Fleet, and one was received by border guards in the Amur region. In 2021, in addition to this, the shipyard is building five crabbers and one vessel for the coast guard of the FSB in the Amur Region.

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