Nakhodka Ship Repair Yard begins steel cutting for the first crab catching ship
Nakhodka Ship Repair Yard JSC has begun cutting steel for the first crab catching ship, a press release from the shipbuilding company says.
The resident of the Vladivostok Free Port, the shipyard has never before built crab catchers.
Earlier, Nakhodka Ship Repair Yard signed agreements with winners of crab auctions on the construction of nine crab catches. The first two ships are due to be delivered in the fourth quarter of 2022.
Under these agreements, the shipyard's maintenance customer is Antey LLC (a Vladivostok-based company of Antey Group).
The agreement signed by Antey, NSRY and Direct Investment Agency during the 5th Vladivostok Economic Forum on the implementation of the investment project provides for the construction of a series of fishing vessels.
State measures to support fisheries initiated by Vladimir Putin are included in the State's "Fishery Industry Development" program.
Nakhodka Ship Repair Yard, founded in 1951, was incorporated in 1992. In 1999 NSRY received certificate ISO 9002:1994. The company then joined in large Primorsky Territory infrastructure projects.
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