Marine Engineering Bureau invites to visit its stand at the international shipbuilding exhibition "NEVA-2009" at St. Petersburg
We invite you to visit Marine Engineering Bureau stand (No. 118, ground floor of the hall No. 4) at the tenth international exhibition "NEVA-2009" at St. Petersburg. The exhibition is devoted to problems of shipbuilding, shipping, port activity, ocean and shelf development.
101 sea going and river-sea going vessels were built due to 35 projects designed by Marine Engineering Bureau during 2002-2009 period (on 01.09.2009). Moreover, 9 vessels are under finished building stage after launching and 29 vessels are on building berths of shipyards.
There are 59 multipurpose dry cargo vessels of such types as "Heydar Aliev", "Mirzaga Khalilov", "Caspian Express", "Azov Max", "Karelia", "Chelsea", "Khazar", "Nadezhda", "EMI Proud" etc., 4 ice class bulk carriers of "Grumant" type, "OBAHAN-C" bulker, high-speed sea dry-cargo vessel "Kaya Pioneer", 26 product tankers, bunkering tankers and chemical/oil tankers of such types as "Armada", "New Armada", "Aston", "Roschem", "Kazan", "Ecomariner", 6 train-ferries of such types as "Petrovsk", "Skif", "Avangard" and "Baltiysk", LPG gas carrier of "Bulmarket" type, passenger vessel "Imperia" for Russian Caucasian coast, berthing tug "Bulbash", small draught icebreaking tug "Portoviy 1", 9 non-self-propeller oil barges and more than 20 dry cargo barges of "Europe-2B" that were put into operation.
This moment under building there are ice class multipurpose salvage vessels and sea diving vessels for Russian Federation, vessel-suppliers for Kamchatka, transport tug-suppliers for Caspian Sea, 3 passenger vessels, train ferries for Black Sea, multipurpose dry-cargo vessels and product/chemical-tankers of the new generation. Under designing there are modern dry cargo vessels and oil tankers for Russian rivers of European and Siberian regions, sea going and river going tug-barge trains, new line of bunkering vessels with extended safe environmental functions, multifunctional buoy-laying vessels and some other innovation projects.
Vessels due to Bureau's projects are under building at Russian shipyards such as Krasnoe Sormovo (Nizhniy Novgorod), Onega Shipyard (Petrozavodsk), Yaroslavl Shipyard, Volgograd Shipyard, Oka Shipyard (Navashino), Neva Shipyard (Shlisselburg), Nizhegorodskiy Teplokhod Shipyard, Sosnovsk Shipyard, Zhatay Shipbuilding & Ship-repairing Yard (Zhatay, Yakutia); Ukraine shipyards such as Kherson Shipyard, Chernomorsk Shipyard, Kherson Shipbuilding & Ship-repairing Yard named for Komintern, Uzhniy Sevastopol Shipyard, Kilia Shipbuilding & Ship-repairing Yard; China shipyards such as Xingang Shipyard (Tianjin), Cxengxi Shipyard (JianYyin) and at some other shipyards.
Bureau carries out customs for Maritime and River Fleet Federal Agency of Russian Federation Ministry of Transport, FSUC "ROSMORPORT", OJSC MMC "Norilskiy Nikel" and leading native shipowners such as Universal Cargo Logistics Holding (Volga-Balt Company, North-West Shipping Company, Volgoflot, VF tanker, Neva Shipyard, Borremflot), "Palmali" Group of Companies, "Orimi" Concern (Belomorsko-Onezhskiy Shipping Company, Onega Shipyard), "Transkor" Corporation ("Anship" Company), "Albros" Shipping Company, Azov-Don Shipping Company (Donrechflot, Volgo-Don Shipping Company, Kuban River Shipping Company), Lena United River Shipping Company, Murmansk Shipping Company, North Shipping Company, "Aston" Company, "UPM Transportation" Company, "Blue Wave" Shipping Company, "Black Sea Shipping Management" Company, "Marship" Company, "Ukrvodshlyakh" government enterprise, "Ukrrechflot" Shipping Company and many others.
Within the bounds of "NEVA-2009" exhibition A.N.Krilov's Central Scientific Research Institute carries out tenth traditional International Conference "Russian civil shipbuilding prospects of development".
On this Conference next reports would be done by Bureau's employees:
1. Salvage vessels line for FSUC "Russian State Maritime Salvage Department". I.E. Zakharov, G.V.Egorov, N.V. Avtutov.
2. River-sea going tankers of "New Armada" type with increased ecological class. G.V.Egorov, I.A.Ilnitsky.
3. Russian train ferries for Black and Caspian seas. G.V.Egorov, V.I.Tonuk.
Scientific qualification, extensive experience of the particular developments, modern computer technologies and advanced infrastructure, available for employees of the Marine Engineering Bureau, allow to solve problems arising at designing and operation of ships qualitatively and in the shortest terms.
Our motto remains unchanged - "Reliability, efficiency and the European quality".