Amur Shipyard is building 10 ships for the Pacific Fleet of the Russian Federation
The plant also plans to begin construction of a transport dock designed to move large-tonnage ships, including new frigates, to a transfer base in Vladivostok.
This was announced by the general director of the shipyard Mikhail Borovsky.
“Today, at our enterprise, we are building 10 warships at the same time, which include 6 corvettes, 2 of them – project 20380, 4 – project 20385,” Borovsky said on the Rossiya-24 Khabarovsk TV channel.
It should be noted that the company recently received a license for the construction of promising warships of the project 22350 of the frigate class.
According to him, the company plans to start construction of a transport dock in the coming year, designed to move large-tonnage ships, including new frigates, to a transfer base in Vladivostok.
By the end of 2028, the plant plans to deliver four small rocket ships and six corvettes, as well as a multifunctional rescue vessel of the MPSV06 project and a CNF11CPD automobile and railway ferry, which are expected to be delivered in 2024.