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18.05.15 11:04
Marine Engineering Bureau invites to visit its stand at the Vth International Forum "Marine Industry of Russia"

We invite you to visit Marine Engineering Bureau stand (No. C35) at the Vth International Forum "Marine Industry of Russia", which will take place in Moscow during period from 19th till 21th of May, 2015 in "Gostiny Dvor" exhibition hall.
20 new and modernized vessels were built and accepted for operation due to projects of Marine Engineering Bureau during 2014; they include 12 tankers, 4 dry cargo vessels, 3 passenger vessels and single composite one. Their summarized deadweight reaches 79.2 thousand tons (72.6 thousand tons for new shipbuilding, 6.6 thousand tons are occupied by existing fleet modernization).
In 2014 Marine Engineering Bureau actively worked out scientific researchers; results of investigations and new designs were introduced at 11 International Conferences through the world; bureau's staff published about 80 works.
241 river, marine and river-sea vessels were built due to 75 projects designed by Marine Engineering Bureau during 2002-2015 period (up to 15.05.2015). Moreover, 14 vessels are under finished building stage after launching and 21 vessels were on building berths of shipyards on this date.
New vessels which were put into operation include, as follows:
• 3 multifunctional ocean 4 MW salvage vessels of "Spasatel Karev" type with Arc5 Arctic ice class;
• 3 unique combined tanker-platform of "Balt Flot" type with record river deadweight 5745 t;
• 75 tankers, chemical/oil tankers and bunkering tankers of such types as "Armada", "New Armada", "VF Tanker", "Alexander Shemagin", "Paloil", "Aston", "Roschem", "Kazan", "Ecomariner";
• 87 multipurpose river-sea and restricted marine regions dry cargo vessels of such types as "Heydar Aliev", "Mirzaga Khalilov", "Caspian Express", "Azov Max", "Karelia", "Chelsea", "Khazar", "Nadezhda", "Tanais", "Geroi Stalingrada", "Sviatoj Georgiy", "Ommax", "Ptich", "UCF", "Leda", "Neva-Leader", etc.;
• 21 ocean dry cargo vessels of such types as "EMI Proud", "Amethyst", "Sparta", "Saxona", "Scala", "Eren-C", "Kaya Pioneer";
• 8 train ferryboats of such types as "Petrovsk", "Skif", "Avangard", "Baltiysk", "Slavyanin" and "Ulfat";
• 7 ice class bulk carriers of such types as "Grumant", "OBAHAN-C", "BEHCET-C";
• 4 livestock carriers;
• 4 marine diving vessels of "Stolniy Grad Yaroslavl" type;
• 4 small draught icebreaking tugs of "Portoviy" type;
• 4 supply platform vessels with fore ramp for Kamchatka of "Sosnovka" type;
• 3 supply tugs for Caspian Sea of "Phoenix" type;
• 3 multipurpose buoy-laying vessels of "Dmitriy Sirotkin" and "Ladozhskiy" types;
• 3 river bunkering tankers of "Tanker-3" type;
• 2 non-self-propelled scows with self-opening hull of "KSH-1" type;
• 2 marine dry cargo platform vessels of "Andrey Artemenko" type;
• automobile-passenger ferryboat of "Nikolay Aksenenko" type;
• LPG gas carrier of "Bulmarket" type;
• river passenger cruise vessel of "Alexander Grin" type;
• short sea cruise vessel for Russian Black Sea coast of "Imperia" type;
• coastal navigation running boats "Neva", "Bars" and "Caucasus";
• ship-handling tugboat "Bulbash".
This moment a lot of vessels are under building, e.g.: multifunctional ice-breaker 7 MW and 4MW salvage vessels "Beringov proliv", "Murman", "Spasatel Demidov"; river-sea buoy vessels "Victor Kuskov", "Gidrograf Ravdin", "Anatoliy KClimov" for RosMorPort; type; unique combined tanker-platforms of "Balt Flot" type; high comfortable PV09 cruise river passenger vessel "Tanais"; river cruise passenger vessel "Alexey Kosygin"; specialized marine floating mooring berth; up-to-date marine and river-sea dry cargo vessels and tankers of such types as "Svyatoy knyaz Vladimir", "Gloster", "Novaya Armada", "Alexander Shimagin", "VF Tanker", "Neva Leader", "Ediniy", "Azovskiy pyatitysyachnil"; ecologic vessels "Ecolog-1" and "Onezhets BBC" and some other innovation vessels.
Vessels due to Bureau's projects that are under building:
at Russian Shipyards:
• Neva Shipyard (Shlisselburg);
• Sosnovka Shipyard;
• Krasnoe Sormovo Shipyard (Nizhniy Novgorod);
• Oka Shipyard (Navashino);
• Yaroslavl Shipyard;
• "Nizhegorodskiy Teplokhod" Shipyard;
• Moscow Shipyard / Brothers Nobel Shipyard (Rubinsk);
• Lotos Shipyard (Astrakhan);
• Onega Shipyard (Petrozavodsk);
• Amur Shipyard;
• Volga Shipyard;
at Ukrainian Shipyards:
• Kherson Shipyard;
at Turkish Shipyards:
• Beshiktash Shipyard (Yalova);
• Turkter Shipyard (Tuzla);
• Yardimci Shipyard;
• Armada Shipyard (Izmir);
at German Shipyards:
• Nordic Yards (Wismar),
and at some other shipyards.
Bureau carries out works for:
• Maritime and River Fleet Federal Agency of Russian Federation Ministry of Transport;
and leading native shipowners such as:
• Universal Cargo Logistics Transport 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;
• North Shipping Company;
• Transkor Corporation (Anship Company);
• B.F.Tanker Company;
• Aston Company;
• Ug Rusi Company;
• OMS Shipping Company;
• Blue Wave Shipping Company;
• ARK Shipping Company;
• Black Sea Shipping Management Company;
• Marship Company;
• Ukrvodshlyakh Government Enterprise;
• Ukrrechflot 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.
Our motto remains unchanged - "Reliability, efficiency and the European quality".