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The Prime Minister examined the ships under construction in the slipway shop and on the pier.
Mikhail Mishustin visited the Amur shipyard. With General Director of PJSC “ASZ” Vladimir Kulakov
Mikhail Mishustin visited the Amur shipyard. With General Director of PJSC ASZ Vladimir Kulakov, Minister of Industry and Trade Denis Manturov and Acting Governor of the Khabarovsk Territory Mikhail Degtyarev
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The Amur Shipyard was put into commercial operation in July 1936. Over the 85-year history of its activity, the plant has produced over 300 ships and vessels for various purposes. For the navy, 57 nuclear submarines, 41 diesel-electric submarines, 56 surface warships were built. The average repair of eight submarines and two floating technical bases for recharging reactors was carried out. During this time, the civilian domestic fleet was replenished with 155 vessels and ocean engineering structures, including icebreakers and icebreaker-type vessels, dry cargo vessels and rescue vessels for servicing the oil and gas shelf of the country.
Today, PJSC Amur Shipbuilding Plant is the largest full-service shipbuilding enterprise in the Far East.
Currently, the enterprise, aimed at a qualitative and quantitative increase in production volumes, has begun a comprehensive reconstruction of production facilities.
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