2018 September 17
Russian Fishery CEO targets global expansion, eyes more vessel orders
Russian Fishery Company (RFC) is embarking on an $800 million-plus vessel and plant building program in its home country, but the firm’s new CEO also wants to be a big player on the global stage...
Sea freight service between N. Korea and Vladivostok to begin Tuesday: Interfax
A new freight shipping service between North Korea’s Rajin Port and Russia’s Vladivostok Port is set to begin Tuesday...
India clears way for $2.2-billion frigates deal with Russia
Two weeks after India significantly upgraded its defence ties with the United States through the Comcasa... the Modi government has cleared the way for one of the biggest purchases from Russia — $2.2-billion frigates deal...
2020 September 16
Copartnership of Nordic Engineering JSC and Petrobalt Design Bureau has designed a port icebreaker of 6-8 MW in capacity (Project IBP07) ordered by FSUE Rosmorport. Two ship concepts have been developed: a conventional ship running on liquid fuel and an LNG-powered ship. The project foresees high local content of components and equipment.
New icebreaker designed in Russia. What is it like?