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The launch of the ice-class tanker Sakhalin will take place on August 8

On August 8, 2014, the first ice-class Sakhalin tanker with a deadweight of 3100 tons will be launched from the shipyard of the Nakhodka shipyard.

According to the press service of the Nakhodka shipyard, the Sakhalin tanker was laid down at the Zvezda shipyard in 2012 by order of Rosneft. But due to the serious workload of the enterprise, the construction was transferred to the NSRZ as the only site capable of handling a project of this scale.

The new tanker is able to work in ice conditions with a higher class of environmental safety and automation and fully complies with the new international requirements for the transport of petroleum products.

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.

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