«Nobel Shipyard launched the sixth bonopostanovschik for Rosmorrechflot

At «Nobel Shipyard" (the city of Rybinsk, Yaroslavl region) 7 October 2011 hosted Launching the sixth in a series of rescue boats, bonopostanovschika project A40-2B "Valery manor", built by order of the Federal Agency of Maritime and River Transport of the Russian Federation (Rosmorrechflot) for the Federal State Unitary Enterprise "Baltic BASS."

This ship is designed to operate in coastal infrastructure of the port of Novorossiysk, and will serve to ensure the safety of navigation and protection of the environment.   In 2010, the company has built four rescue boats, bonopostanovschika project A40-2B for the Federal Agency of Maritime and River Transport of the Russian Federation.

As previously reported, September 29, 2011 held a launch of the fifth in a series of rescue boats, bonopostanovschika project A40-2B "Evgeny Morozov."

Ltd. "Nobel Shipyard" was founded in 1907. Specializes in the construction of marine and river vessels, and also performs ship repair work. It is the largest shipbuilding enterprise in the Upper Volga. Area businesses more than 214 thousand square meters. m, of which 100 thousand square meters. m busy with well-equipped manufacturing plants. The Group employs over 500 people.

The company cooperates with Dutch customers in the manufacture of shells for dry cargo vessels, tankers, barges and other vessels. Towing buildings in Europe is produced along the route: Port of Rybinsk — Rybinsk Reservoir — the Volga-Baltic Canal — Lake Onega — Lake Ladoga — the port of St. Petersburg.

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