Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, as part of his visit to Komsomolsk-on-Amur, visited the Amur shipyard, which became known on Wednesday, July 28.
The ships under construction were presented to the Russian Prime Minister. In particular, the bottom of the small rocket ships has already been completely assembled, the deck is ready and at the moment work is underway on new sections, writes “RIA News“.
The Amur Shipyard is considered one of the largest enterprises in the relevant industry in the vastness of the Far East. It is part of the United Shipbuilding Corporation, and is also involved in the construction of project 20380 corvettes and small missile ships of project 22800 “Karakurt”. In addition, the company produces cargo-passenger road-rail ferries of the CNF11CPD project, designed specifically for Sakhalin. Additionally, the Amur Plant produces rescue ships and other civil vessels. The submarines of the Pacific Fleet of the Russian naval forces are also being repaired here.
The Amur Shipyard began its activity in 1936, and on its account more than 300 ships and vessels for various purposes can be noted. So, specifically for the navy, the enterprise produced 57 nuclear submarines, 41 diesel-electric submarines and 56 surface combat ships. For the Russian civilian fleet, the plant produced 155 vessels and ocean engineering structures, including icebreakers, icebreaker-type vessels, dry cargo ships, rescue vessels for servicing the oil and gas shelf of Russia.
Earlier, on April 27, a source in the shipbuilding industry announced that the Amur Shipyard intends to lay two corvettes on Victory Day.