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June 1, 2019

Experience in service for shipbuilding

On 12 February in Saint-Petersburg, USC’s President Alexey Rakhmanov chaired a meeting of corporation’s Council of Elders. The Council, created in 2015, unifies experienced professionals, who have contributed significantly to the development of the industry and have shaped the present-day profile of Russian shipbuilding [...]
June 1, 2019

USC Corporate University

In order to effectively implement modern technologies in shipbuilding industry, to create new products within the framework of the diversification programme and to increase the efficiency of the Corporation’s management system, it is necessary to carry out a systematic work on the training and professional development of the personnel. [...]
June 1, 2019

IT-big break in ship repairing

It is notorious that implementing modern management information systems in a business environment is a powerful tool in improving competitiveness. Besides, the use of modern information technology contributes immeasurably to the defense readiness condition and the homeland security [...]


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School under sail

It is not yet time for sailing ships to go to a museum, this is not a spectacular antique, but a fully functional, environmentally friendly, energy-saving and sporting vessel, believes Eugeny Romashkin, captain of the barque Sedov. In his interview, he told how to preserve unique maritime culture, learn  to look through binoculars and see the future [...]
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Atomic keys from the North sea route

On may 26 the Baltic Shipyard will be celebrating its 163rd anniversary. On this occasion, the Baltic shipbuilders seeked out a gift: launching their 3rd nuclear icebreaker, scheme 22220, the ”Urals”.  For the “Urals” shipbuilders, the hand-over day will come faster than it did for their forerunner who had built the “Arctic” and the “Siberia” icebreakers. The difference is the process design enabling them to cut the icebreaker construction time [...]
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Survived together. And celebrated victory together!

75 years ago the most tragic period in the history of Leningrad ended – the fascist siege was lifted. The oldest plant – the Admiralty Shipyards – fought against the enemy for all those 900 dreadful days together with the tormented, but unbowed city [...]