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14.09.13 15:30
Marine Engineering Bureau invites to visit its stand at the international shipbuilding exhibition "NEVA-2013" at St. Petersburg


We invite you to visit Marine Engineering Bureau stand (No. R4179U, hall No. 4-2) at the international exhibition "NEVA-2013" at St. Petersburg during period from 24th till 27rd of September, 2013.
 
216 sea-going and river-sea going vessels were built due to 67 projects designed by Marine Engineering Bureau for the period from 2002 year. Moreover, 11 vessels are under finished building stage after launching and 21 vessels are on building berths of shipyards.
 
The outcomes of the work (due to numbers of vessels put into operation) is as follows:
 
2002 - 2 vessels;
2003 - 4 vessels;
2004 - 12 vessels;
2005 - 16 vessels;
2006 - 19 vessels;
2007 - 18 vessels;
2008 - 21 vessels;
2009 - 17 vessels;
2010 - 13 vessels;
2011 - 21 vessels
2012 - 43 vessels;
2013 - 24 vessels (up to 12.09.13)
 
There were put into operation:
 
• 82 multipurpose dry cargo vessels of river-sea navigation of such types as "Neva-Leader", "Heydar Aliev", "Mirzaga Khalilov", "Caspian Express", "Azov Max", "Karelia", "Chelsea", "Khazar", "Nadezhda", "Tanais"," Geroi Stalingrada", "St. Georgiy", "Ommax", "Ptich", "UCF", "Leda" etc;
• 65 product tankers, bunkering tankers and chemical/oil tankers of such types as "Armada", "New Armada", "Aston", "Paloil", "Roschem", "Kazan", "Ecomariner";
• 21 maritime sea going dry cargo vessels of unrestricted marine sailing regions of such types as "Emi Proud", "Ametist", "Sparta", "Saxona", "Scala", "Eren-C", "Kaya Pioneer";
• 8 train-ferries of such types as "Petrovsk", "Skif", "Avangard", "Baltiysk", Slavyanin" and "Ulfat";
• 7 ice-class bulkers of such types as "Grumant", "Obahan-C", "Behcet-C";
• 4 livestock carriers;
• 4 sea-going diving boats of "Stolniy grad Yaroslavl" type;
• 4 shallow-draught icebreaking tugs of "Portoviy" type;
• 4 supply vessels of "Sosnovka" type;
• 3 transport support tugs for Caspian Sea of "Phoenix"type;
• 3 multifunction buoy-crafts of such types as "Dmitry Sirotkin" and "Ladozhsky";
• 2 multifunctional 4MWt salvage vessels of unrestricted marine sailing regions with high ice class Arc 5 of " Spasatel Karev" type;
• 2 self-opened mud scows of "KSh" type;
• gas carrier "Bulmarket" of LPG type;
• river cruise passenger ship "Aleksandr Green";
• passenger vessel "Imperia" for Russian Caucasian coast region;
• pleasure crafts "Neva", "Bars" and "Kavkaz" for VIP passengers;
• ship-handling tug "Bulbash".
 
This moment a lot of vessels are under building, e.g.: ice class multi-purpose salvage vessels and sea diving vessels for Russian Federation, transport tug-suppliers for Caspian Sea, 2 passenger vessels, train ferries for Black Sea, up-to-date marine and river-sea going dry cargo vessels and tankers, river cargo vessels of "Volga-max" class with decreased freeboard dimensions, tankers of RST27 prj. with enlarged block coefficient and some other innovation projects.
 
Vessels due to Bureau's projects are under building at Russian shipyards:
 
• Neva Shipyard (Shlisselburg);
• "Oka" Shipyard (Navashino);
• "Kranoe Sormovo" Shipyard (Nizhniy Novgorod);
• Sosnovka Shipyard;
• Nizhegorodskiy Teplokhod Shipyard (Bor);
• Yaroslavl Shipyard;
• "Lotos" Shipyard (Astrakhan);
• "Brothers Nobel Shipyard" (Rybinsk);
• "Don-Kassens" Shipyard (Aksay);
• Amur Shipyard;
• Volzsk Shipbuilding - Shiprepairing Yard;
 
at Ukrainian shipyards:
 
• Kherson Shipyard;
• "South Sevastopol" Shipyard;
 
and at some other shipyards.
 
Bureau carries out customs for:
 
• Maritime and River Fleet Federal Agency of Russian Federation Ministry of Transport;
• FSUC "ROSMORPORT";
 
and leading native shipowners such as:
 
•  "Universal Cargo Logistics Holding" (Volga-Balt Company, North-West Shipping Company, Volgoflot, VF tanker, Neva Shipyard, Borremflot, "Oka" Shipyard);
• Moscow River Shipping Company;
• "Palmali" Group of Companies;
• "Volgotrans" Shipping Company;
• Lena United River Shipping Company;
• Transkor Corporation (Anship Company);
• North Shipping Company;
• "Aston" Company;
• "Ug Rusi" Company;
• "OMS Shipping" Company;
• UPM Transportation Company;
• "Blue Wave" Shipping Company;
• "ARK Shipping" Company;
• "Black Sea Shipping Management" Company;
• "Marship" Company;
• Ukrvodshlyakh Government Enterprise;
• "Ukrrexhflot" JS Shipping Company;
• "United Cargo Fleet" Company
 
and many others.
 
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.