Date: 7 months ago   Category: Industry

Shipyard "Star" and Samsung Heavy Industries will create the joint venture for production of tankers — Rambler News Service


Photo: Sergey of Mammoths/RIA Novosti the Shipyard "Star" and the Samsung Heavy Industries company (South Korea) have signed the agreement defining conditions of creation of joint venture for construction on "Star" of shuttle tankers with a deadweight from 42 to 120 thousand tons within East economic forum. It is said in the statement of Rosneft which is one of shareholders of a shipyard. Under the terms of the signed agreement, the joint venture will be founded until the end of the current year. The joint venture is created for the purpose of "the organization of an effective control system of projects on production of tankers", the Russian company explains. The agreement provides exchange of experience in the field of design and construction of shuttle tankers. Samsung Heavy Industries will provide to SSK "Star" technical specifications and also documentation of the basic and detailed project of vessels, will render assistance in development of working design documentation together with CDB Lazurit. Besides, under the terms of the agreement the Korean company will provide technical support of planning, management and quality control during construction and installation works, purchases of materials and the equipment; will provide technical maintenance of construction of shuttle tankers on SSK "Star". The ship-building Star complex is created on the basis of the Far East plant "Zvezda" by consortium of investors led by Rosneft. The project of a complex assumes construction of a heavy fitting-out building berth, dry dock, production shops of a full cycle and also shops for construction of offshore marine facilities. A ship-building complex Star will release heavy-tonnage vessels, elements of sea platforms, vessels of an ice class, special vessels and other types of marine facilities.

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