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20.08.17 17:22
Marine Engineering Bureau invites to visit its stand at the international shipbuilding exhibition "NEVA-2017" at St. Petersburg



We invite you to visit Marine Engineering Bureau stand (No. G4237, hall "G" of the EXPOFORUM Convention and Exhibition centre) at the international exhibition "NEVA-2017" at St. Petersburg during period from 19th till 22nd of September, 2017.
 
General scheme of hall "G" on exhibition "NEVA-2017" - Plan of the Hall "G". Stand's arrangement may be seen by the link - Stand's arrangement scheme G4237.
 
316 river, sea and river-sea vessels were built due to 92 projects designed by Marine Engineering Bureau up to middle of August 2017 (since 2000). Moreover, 15 vessels were under finished building stage after launching and 21 vessels were on building berths of shipyards.
 
New MEB vessels which were put into operation include, as follows:
 
• 117 river, river-sea and restricted sailing area dry-cargo vessels of such types as "Neva-Leader", "Geroi Stalingrada", "Heydar Aliev", "Mirzaga Khalilov", "Caspian Express", "Azov Max", "Karelia", "Chelsea", "Khazar", "Nadezhda", "Tanais", "Sviatoj Georgiy", "Ommax", "Ptich", "Port Olya", "Leda", "Ediniy" etc;
• 108 product tankers, chemical/oil tankers and bunkering tankers of such types as "VF Tanker", "Alexander Shemagin", "Armada", "New Armada", "Aston", "Paloil", "Roschem", "Kazan", "Ecomariner", "Rassvet" etc;
• 21 ocean going dry-cargo vessels of such types as "EMI Proud", "Amethyst", "Sparta", "Saxona", "Scala", "Eren-C", "Kaya Pioneer";
• 10 multifunctional salvage vessels: multifunctional ocean 7 MW salvage vessels/icebreakers of "Beringov Proliv" type with Icebreaker 6 class, multifunctional ocean 4 MW salvage vessels of "Spasatel Karev" type with Arc5 Arctic ice class, multifunctional sea diving vessels of "Stolniy Grad Yaroslavl" type;
• 9 shallow-draught icebreaking tugs of "Portoviy" type, transport supply tugs for Caspian Sea of "Phoenix" type, firefighting tug "Penay", ship-handling tug "Bulbash";
• 8 train ferries of such types as "Petrovsk", "Skif", "Avangard", "Baltiysk", "Slavyanin" and "Ulfat";
• 7 combined bunker-tankers of "Balt Flot" type;
• 7 bulk carriers of such types as "Grumant", "OBAHAN-C", "BEHCET-C";
• 6 vessels: ro-ro supply vessels for Kamchatka of "Sosnovka" type and sea dry cargo platform vessels of "Andrey Artemenko" type;
• 4 livestock carriers;
• 3 multipurpose buoy-laying vessels of "Dmitriy Sirotkin" and "Ladozhskiy" types;
• 2 river ecologic vessels of "Ecolog-1" type;
• 2 non-propelled scows with self-opening hull of "KSH-1" type;
• LPG gas carrier of "Bulmarket" type;
• river passenger cruise vessel of "Alexander Grin" type;
• high-comfortable river-sea cruise passenger vessel "Shtandart";
• car-passenger ferry of "Nikolay Aksenenko" type;
• short sea cruise vessel for Russian Black Sea coast of "Imperia" type; pleasure banquet vessel of "Sochi" type; coastal navigation running boats "Neva", "Bars" and "Caucasus" for VIP passengers;
• heliport pontoon / berth of "Victoria Regia" type; double-sections berth of "PRP-4" type, special technological pontoon for icebreaker of IBSV01 prj.
 
This moment MEB vessels are under building:
 
• 2 multifunctional 22 MW ice-breaker / supply vessels of IBSV01 prj. with Icebreaker 8 class type;
• full-freezer trawlers for Northern Atlantic and Barents Sea of 16094/ST118L (SFT01) prj.;
• 2 car-train / passenger ferries with possibility of carrying dangerous goods with ice category Arc5 for Vanino-Kholmsk ferry line of CNF11CPD prj.;
• 2 car-train / passenger ferries for Caspian sea of CNF18C prj.;
• 6 multifunctional salvage vessels including salvage tugboats of Arc 5 Arctic ice class of MPSV12 prj., multifunctional ocean 4 MW salvage vessel of "Spasatel Karev" type with Arc5 Arctic ice class and salvage-rescue catamaran of SDS18 prj.;
• 310-places river-sea cruise passenger vessel of PV300VD prj.;
• river cruise passenger vessel with capacity of 342 passengers of PV300 prj.;
• "Caspian" oil/chemical/product tankers of RST12C prj. with securing of effective transit function through the Volga-Don Ship Canal;
• river-sea oil/chemical/product tankers of RST27M prj. of "Volga-Don max" class with enforced sea function;
• dry-cargo vessels with extra full hull forms of RSD59 prj. ("dry-cargo" analogue of RST27 prj. tanker) with unique second hold with length is of 77.35 m for transportation of oversized and heavy-lift cargoes;
• 3 multipurpose buoy-laying vessels of "Victor Kuskov" type for RosMorPort of BLV04 prj.;
• vessel-museum for Baku port (HS01 prj.) based on "three-island" tanker of old type;
• raid transshipment complexes of CV03 prj.;
• dry-cargo vessels of "Volga-Don max" class of RSD49 prj.;
• oil/chemical/product tankers of "Volga-Don max" class of RST27 and RST25 prjs.;
• shallow-draught oil barges of "Novaya Belskaya" type of ROB20 prj.;
• oil barges for United Lena River Shipping Company of ROB07 prj.;
• river-sea dry-cargo vessel of "BBC max" class of RSD60 prj.
 
Vessels due to Bureau's projects that are under building:
 
• Lotos Shipyard (Astrakhan);
• Neva Shipyard (Shlisselburg);
• Vyborg Shipyard;
• Baku Shipyard;
• Oka Shipyard (Navashino);
• Krasnoe Sormovo Shipyard (Nizhniy Novgorod);
• Sosnovka Shipyard;
• Moscow Shipyard / Brothers Nobel Shipyard (Rubinsk);
• Balakovo Shipyard;
• Nefteflot (Samara);
• Onega Shipyard (Petrozavodsk);
• Amur Shipyard;
• Kherson Shipyard;
• Damen Yichang (China, Damen holding);
• Beshiktas (Turkey),
 
and at some other shipyards.
 
Scientific qualification, extensive experience of the particular developments, modern computer technologies and advanced infrastructure, available for employees of the Marine Engineering Bureau, allow solving the problems arising at operation of ships qualitatively and in the shortest terms.
 
Our motto remains unchanged - "Reliability, efficiency and the European quality".