|31 August 2016
JSC SNSZ has launched the passenger catamaran made of carbon fiber reinforced polymer
Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard (member of the United Shipbuilding Corporation) has launched the first passenger catamaran type 23290. Catamaran type 23290 is a hi-speed passenger ship of new generation. Catamaran was built of composite materials (CFRP) by vacuum infusion and is an innovative product that has no analogues in Russia. The vessel is designed to solve the […]more...
|23 August 2016
Harbor minesweeper “Alatau” type 10750E was submitted for testing
Harbor minesweeper type 10750E for a foreign customer was submitted for testing. The range of tests will include as driving performance of a minesweeper in which reliability, efficiency and other characteristics of the main engine will be tested, but also equipment of the minesweeper is subjected for tests. The following ship systems will be tested: […]more...
|5 August 2016
JSC SNSZ has launched the fiberglass superstructure for corvette type 20380
August 4, 2016 Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard (member of the United Shipbuilding Corporation) has launched multitier fiberglass superstructure for corvette type 20380 that is under construction at the Northern Shipyard. Superstructure will be towed to the customer for further installation on the ship. Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard has already provided 5 superstructures for corvettes type 20380 and one superstructure […]more...
|28 March 2016
SNSZ signed a contract for the reconstruction of slipway
The reconstruction is carried out in the framework of the comprehensive modernization and reconstruction of the plant, which is scheduled to be completed in 2018. At the completion of the reconstruction of the plant‘s production capacity SNSZ will allow to deliver two composite and two metal ships a year. News archivemore...
|25 March 2016
SNSZ will offer India its fundamentally new projects
From 28 to 31 March Sredne-Nevsky shipyard (part of USC) will participate in the international exhibition overland and military-sea arms”, DEFEXPO–2016″ (GOA, India). The exhibition is held under support of the Ministry of defence of India and Confederation of Indian industry. SNSZ will offer India its fundamentally new projects: mine countermeasures ship of […]more...
|19 February 2016
SNSZ replaced 50% of composite materials by the domestic
The program of import substitution of Sredne-Nevsky shipyard (part of USC) in part of composite materials is made to 50%. Half of all materials used for composite technology, replaced by Russian counterparts. The remaining half of the materials SNSZ plans to replace in the next two years. Thus, by the end of 2017 it will be possible to […]more...
|25 January 2016
Sredne-Nevsky shipyard developing cooperation with small and average business
In 2016 the government of the Russian Federation declared full support and development of small and average businesses. Sredne-Nevsky shipyard (part of USC) has made a number of proposals on attraction of small and average business for execution of shipyard’s works and orders for 2016. News archivemore...
|22 January 2016
January 11th 2016 a new article of association of the Joint Stock Company “Sredne-Nevsky shipyard” has come into operation. Therefore the full title of the shipyard is “Joint Stock Company “Sredne-Nevsky shipyard” Short title: JSC “SNSZ” News archivemore...
|25 December 2015
“Alexander Obukhov” went on sea trials
The lead anti-mine defense ship of new generation “Alexander Obukhov“, built on SN Shipyard (part of USC) began sea trials. Upon completion of this stage the ship will have to proceed to the state tests. News archivemore...
|17 December 2015
SN Shipyard — the winner of the National prize “Golden idea – 2014”
Saturday, in Moscow took place the solemn ceremony of awarding the laureates of the National prize “Golden idea” for merits and achievements in military-technical cooperation of Russia with foreign States. The winner of one of the prizes was Sredne-Nevsky shipyard (part of USC). For contribution to raising competitiveness of military products second prize awarded to […]more...