Photo: In the 2018 year at the NIBULON plant, they plan to launch six vessels and start construction of three more

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Today, the first non-self-propelled vessel of the project В5000 in the length of 101 m is actively preparing for the launching of the Nibulon mining and processing plant.

Transmits National Industrial Portal, With reference to Page Nibulon Corporation on Facebook.

This length of ship will be lowered at the shipyard for the first time, which became possible due to the reconstruction of the factory blind, namely the construction of additional two runways. Thus, at the time of purchase of the property complex in August 2012 year and the creation of its base NBSH "NIBULON", the plant could manufacture vessels no more than 70 m.

"The construction of the second vessel of the V5000 project, which will be launched in April this year, and two multi-purpose tugboats with a capacity of 3500 km, will also be completed at the shipyard. (T3500 project). In addition, the NIBULON shipbuilding plant in 2018 plans to build four tugs of the POSS-115 project, two of which we will put into operation in August and September, and the P140 floating crane. Total for water in 2018 year will be six orders, "- said the director of the NSC" NIBULON "Dmitry Gorbenko.

  • In parallel with the construction of ships, the plant is engaged in the ongoing repair and maintenance of the fleet of the company:

    "It is these days that on the stage of our plant's service there is a tug" NIBULON-1 ", followed by a non-self-propelled vessel NBL-008. Only after completing these works of 23 in February we will be able to hold the long-awaited descent into the water of our first 100-meter vessel of the project В5000 ", - explained Dmitry Gorbenko.


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