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"Kommersant": shipbuilding in the Russian Federation is increasingly focused on state order

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According to the results of 2015 in the Russian Federation, for the first time in a long time, the number of built warships exceeded the number of built civilian ships, the newspaper writes Kommersant.


"Kommersant": shipbuilding in the Russian Federation is increasingly focused on state order


“At the end of 2015, the number of civilian ships and warships handed over by domestic shipyards fell by 2014% compared to 23 in the year, to 182 units, according to the Infoline-Analytica rating. The total tonnage of ships built in Russia for the year decreased by 54% and amounted to about 200 thousand tons compared to about 440 thousand tons in 2014 year. At the same time, both civil and military shipbuilding fell by tonnage relative to 2014 level of the year - by 63% and 16%, respectively. In monetary terms, the market fell by 22,5%, to 125,4 billion rubles. The market showed a negative trend throughout the year, and by the end of January-September it was obvious that the figures for the number of ships handed in and for their value would be lower than a year earlier, ”the article says.

The agency’s research notes that last year for the first time in the last 6 years, the number of warships turned out to be more than civilians.

“Following the results of 2015, the military received 99 ships, while over the same period, shipbuilders handed over 83 civilian ships. In terms of value, military shipbuilding in 2015 provided 82% of orders of Russian shipyards (102,6 billion rubles), and the volume of civil orders in money terms fell in 2,5 times, to 22,8 billion rubles. ”

At the same time, the researchers claim that "taking into account the production program of the largest Russian shipyards in 2016, the share of military shipbuilding will only continue to grow - the GOZ will account for about 45% of the total tonnage of vessels scheduled for delivery in 2016."

“The bias towards military shipbuilding will obviously remain in the coming years not only against the backdrop of a large state defense order, but also because of the macroeconomic situation in the country,” the newspaper sources said.

“Last year the Vyborg Shipbuilding Plant of the United State Shipbuilding Corporation (USC) became the leader in tonnage of commissioned vessels. In 2014, the shipyard did not give up a single ship, and in 2015, two icebreakers with a capacity of 16 MW (LK-16) Vladivostok and Murmansk, which were built together with Arctech Helsinki Shipyard, also owned by USC, at once. The second place is also controlled by USK Krasnoe Sormovo, which last year handed over tankers of the RST 27 project. The Okskaya Shipyard (Vladimir Lisin, part of the UCLH) went up to third place, having commissioned three Volga-Don class RST 54 tankers. The Zelenodolsk plant named after Gorky rose from 26-th place in the ranking in 2014 right to the fifth place due to the delivery of two small rocket ships of the 21631 project and floatingdock, ”the Infoline-Analytics study says.

According to agency estimates, in the 2016 year it is planned to commission about 90 warships and more 80 civilian ships.

Photos used:
Alexander Koryakov / Kommersant
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  1. axel320
    axel320 1 March 2016 11: 04 New
    +2
    Thanks for the information.
    1. Samen
      Samen 1 March 2016 11: 39 New
      +9
      Let's dilute the "dry" statistics with a "wet" joke:
      Nautical Charts required to be waved. And if it is - soclimb to the next ridge - inevitable!!!
      Honor to the shipbuilders!
      1. Tatyana
        Tatyana 1 March 2016 12: 26 New
        +1
        Also, the practice of "market" relations always shows that STATE it always turns out THE MOST RELIABLE customer for the contractor! This is not a private trader who can always "throw" an executing company - declare himself bankrupt and slip away from payments for the order and penalties.
        1. Ze Kot
          Ze Kot 1 March 2016 18: 36 New
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          Quote: Tatiana
          This is not a private trader who can always "throw" an executing company - declare himself bankrupt and slip away from payments for the order and penalties.



          How will he "slip away" if an advance payment or advance payment is paid? And the final amount before transferring the order?
          Here, production terms may be delayed or done not according to the statement of work.


          And in Russia, civilian ships are generally being built? Somehow I missed this question ...
  2. avvg
    avvg 1 March 2016 11: 06 New
    +1
    We need both of them, preferably as needed.
    1. DMB_95
      DMB_95 1 March 2016 11: 12 New
      +6
      It’s better to skew towards military shipbuilding than towards the next conversion.
      1. cniza
        cniza 1 March 2016 11: 21 New
        +5
        Quote: DMB_95
        It’s better to skew towards military shipbuilding than towards the next conversion.


        Yes, it’s better, but the fact that the total volumes fall, both civilian and military, is disturbing.
        1. Blondy
          Blondy 1 March 2016 11: 48 New
          0
          Quote: cniza
          Yes, it’s better, but the fact that the total volumes fall, both civilian and military, is disturbing.

          That's for sure, there is a drop in production.
        2. gjv
          gjv 1 March 2016 12: 41 New
          +1
          Quote: Semen
          Honor to the shipbuilders!

          Quote: cniza
          but the fact is disturbing

          Alarming is the fact of a safety violation! It is written: "Do not enter the dock without a helmet." And there are three in helmets (odd), and four (even) without helmets.
        3. Stirbjorn
          Stirbjorn 1 March 2016 12: 45 New
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          Quote: cniza
          Yes, it’s better, but the fact that the total volumes fall, both civilian and military, is disturbing.
          As regards the military, it is possible to note shifts in large ships - 11356 "Essen" and "Grigorovich", as well as the paratrooper "Gren" (Yantar failed the deadline); 22350 "Gorshkov" and transport "Elbrus" (Severnaya Verf); minesweeper "Obukhov" (Srednevsky plant). All these ships are almost built and 100% will be commissioned in 2016. Due to these, not commissioned in 2015, in 2016 we will see an increase in the production of warships. So everything is relative. We would have met in 2015, there would have been no fall, but now in 2016 we will have guaranteed growth hi
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  3. g1v2
    g1v2 1 March 2016 11: 09 New
    0
    Well, it is clear that all watercraft built for mo are considered, but it would still be familiar with the list. Since I personally counted about 40 over the past year. And here already 2 times more. It is clear that all boats and vessels are included here for everything mo, but it would still be interesting to look at the list.
    1. chikenous59
      chikenous59 1 March 2016 11: 19 New
      0
      Quote: g1v2
      It is clear that all boats and vessels are included here for everything mo, but it would still be interesting to look at the list.

      What other secrets do you give out? smile
      1. akribos
        akribos 1 March 2016 11: 51 New
        +4
        What secrets are there, what are you talking about. The main secret of these figures is that they include ships that have been in poor repair for 30 years and it’s time to write them down, but they decorate the statistics, and from year to year they follow documents and development plans. Everyone understands, but the figure is more beautiful, but on the other hand it seems to work and some kind of allocation can be received for maintenance. Divide into three who write the plans, they know. Sincerely.
  4. barclay
    barclay 1 March 2016 11: 14 New
    +2
    Yes, the graphs clearly show a trace of sanctions from 2014, unfortunately.
  5. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 1 March 2016 11: 14 New
    +1
    the number of built warships exceeded the number of built civilian ships

    What did Kommersant see in this bad? The Navy needs to be updated, in addition, icebreakers are being built. Civil shipping companies are mostly in private hands, so owners are required to think about updating their fleet. Obviously few orders, therefore, such statistics.
  6. AlexTires
    AlexTires 1 March 2016 11: 16 New
    +1
    Everything is better than if shipbuilding in Russia gave its ends in water ...
  7. Dam
    Dam 1 March 2016 11: 19 New
    +3
    And for me, let them build anything, if only they would not saw it for scrap. I still remember the pier of Kronstadt, where they saw the fleet withdrawn from the Baltic. It is unfortunate that no one answered
  8. Valter1364
    Valter1364 1 March 2016 11: 25 New
    +2
    Everything is natural. Until we restore the destroyed and currently absent industries, which are necessary for a full-fledged revival of shipbuilding, we will be in a fever from sanctions and crises.
  9. Stinger
    Stinger 1 March 2016 11: 36 New
    0
    It's okay. The more "effective" the managers are, the larger the government order. Are they dunduks running around looking for private orders and improving production? It is much more convenient to suck the state budget.
  10. pts-m
    pts-m 1 March 2016 11: 36 New
    +1
    but the most important thing in production ... the conscience of managers, and instead of conscience, a terry cut and a complete swindle of hard workers flourish ... so that later there are no alterations that usually get out far from the base.
  11. starschina
    starschina 1 March 2016 11: 39 New
    0
    The main thing we are building !!! at least everything is ahead !!!!
  12. BOB044
    BOB044 1 March 2016 11: 39 New
    -1
    And we need civilian vessels and military. But everything should be in the amount that we do not bypass about. Modern ships need to be done.
  13. akshor
    akshor 1 March 2016 13: 27 New
    +1
    This is not normal when all shipbuilding goes for military orders. On the contrary, military orders need to smooth out the decline in legal proceedings. What about the production of special ships, tankers, dry cargo vessels, fishing vessels?

    Now, while the engines are sawing on Saturn ... while we are abandoning Nikolaev, we could update the fishing fleet. these are orders, and food security and import substitution and budget revenues afterwards, from the sale of fish
  14. VALERIK_097
    VALERIK_097 1 March 2016 14: 26 New
    0
    We would never abandon the shipyards of Nikolayev, one thing, but where are these shipyards, in which stove sets and slipways are melted. All for sale, no prospect.
    A classmate on Skype says, sawing and selling everything including equipment. It's a pity.