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Vessel construction continues at NIBULON Shipbuilding and Repair Yard

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NIBULON is successfully implementing its shipbuilding program. The shipbuilders continue constructing the non-self-propelled B5000 project vessels and the non-self-propelled P-38 project grain loader.

For the non-self-propelled P-38 project grain loader, shipbuilders have formed the strength hull; they have also completed assembling the superstructure of the vessel. The specialists are installing electric and fitter’s items, mechanical and fitter’s items, as well as manufacturing and mounting pipelines. The painting of ballast tanks is being finished.

For the first non-self-propelled B5000 project vessel, NIBULON’s shipbuilders continue formation of afterbody half-hull on the berth. The units No. 1-4 have been formed. The specialists have started testing the strength hull for tightness. The units No. 5-7 are being formed. The shipyard’s specialists are producing items of units No. 8-13 of the forebody half-hull.

For the second non-self-propelled B5000 project vessel, the specialists have started cutting parts. On 14 November 2017, NIBULON shipbuilding and repair yard put into operation the assembly and fabrication workshop. Due to its capacities, the new workshop will produce about 4000 tpy of metalware.

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