JSC "Baltic Plant" has passed the group of companies "Baltic Oil Company" (BTC) oil tanker "Xenia", completing a series of four oil tankers.
Construction series was launched in January 2011, under a contract signed in November 2010. The order for the construction of a series of tankers financed with the assistance of a permanent financial partner BTK — "Bank Saint Petersburg". Investments in construction amounted to about 400 million rubles. A series of vessels designed, LLC "Marine Engineering Bureau".
Tankers are used to transport petroleum products with flash point of 60 degrees and above, including requiring heating. Navigation area — inland waterways and marine areas for non-powered cargo ships, where the thickness of broken ice does not exceed 20 cm All tankers fitted with double bottom and double sides, have a load capacity — 5000 tons, length — 108.32 m, width — 16.86 m, hull height — 4.75 m main method of driving the ship — pushing, backup — towing.
BTK is considering the opportunity to renew its shipbuilding project in a year. According to the CEO BTK Stanislav Korneev, to strengthen the company's position on the need to GDP still about 6 7novyh tankers, cargo capacity of 5,000 tons each. Shipbuilding site BTK is not selected.
LLC "Baltic Fuel Company" founded in St. Petersburg in 2008 to manage the bunkering companies holding. Group companies for more than 10 years in the field of exports of petroleum products, bunkering, environmental services, etc. The company's fleet consists of 30 units. and is the largest bunkering fleet in the North West. The company is one of three market leaders bunkering services port of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad region ports, as well as the top three markets for petroleum products by road to the North-West of Russia.
JSC "Baltic Shipyard" (St. Petersburg) founded in 1856. The plant specializes in the construction of warships of large commercial vessels for the transport of cargo and icebreakers (nuclear and diesel power plants). The plant construction cargo vessels Ro-Ro and Ro-Pax, tankers for chemical carriers, bulk carriers, etc.