Press-releases

06.04.2018
Okskaya Sudoverf (a company of UCL Holding) has laid down the fifth and the sixth non-self-propelled tank barges of Project ROB20 (Hulls No 4105 and No 4106) under the order of Sate Transport Leasing Company (STLC PJSC).
09.09.2016
Okskaya Shipyard launched the «Penai», tugboat of Project TG17 being built to the order of Rosmorrechflot’s Marine Rescue Service.
01.07.2016
On July 1, 2016, the seventh tanker of Project RST54, Balt-Flot 6, built by Okskaya shipyard (Hull No 5407), left for sea trials.
23.09.2015
On 23 September 2015, during the International Exhibition and Conference dedicated to civil shipbuilding, navigation, port activities, ocean and shelf development NEVA-2015, the shipping company BF Tanker LLC signed at the United Shipbuilding Corporation’s booth contracts for the construction of 7 river-sea oil vessels with Krasnoe Sormovo (part of the United Shipbuilding Corporation) and Okskaya Shipyard (part of UCLH).
17.09.2015
There took place at Okskaya Shipyard the launch ceremony for the project 92800 muti-purpose vessel “Ecolog” built for JSC “Tuapse Commercial Sea Port” (TCSP), which is one of the companies of UCL Holding.
11.09.2015
On September the 11 there took place at Okskaya Shipyard the official keel-laying of the project TG-17 fire fighting tugboat to be built to the order of Federal Budgetary Enterprise “Sea Rescue Service of Rosmorrechflot”.
19.08.2015
On August the 19th there took place at Okskaya Shipyard the official keel-laying of the project 21270 service/crew boat ordered by the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.
16.04.2015
On 16 April 2015 the fourth vessel under the new RST54 project was officially launched at Okskaya Shipyard (town of Navashino, Nizhny Novgorod region).
10.07.2014
On July the 10th the first vessel under the new RST54 project for sea-and-river-going vessels was officially launched at Okskaya Shipyard (town of Navashino, Nizhny Novgorod region). The vessel was named “Balt Flot 1”. The project is commissioned by BF Tanker.   

Print

Print Version