"Pomor Shipyard", together with "Belfreight" company, took part in the exhibition as part of the II International Forum “Shipbuilding in the Arctic”
On June 20–21, the second international forum “Shipbuilding in the Arctic” was held in Arkhangelsk, devoted to topical issues in the development of the shipbuilding and engineering industries in the northern regions of Russia.
The forum was organized by the Government of the Arkhangelsk region, the Cluster of shipbuilding and marine engineering of the Arkhangelsk region with the support of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation. The main events took place within the walls of the Northern (Arctic) Federal University - the largest in the north of Russia.
The implementation of various projects in the Arctic regions, the growth in traffic along the Northern Sea Route, the development of offshore oil and gas fields - all these processes create an impetus for the development of shipbuilding, ship repair and other industrial enterprises, both in the Arkhangelsk region and in other northern regions of the Russian Federation.
Participants of the forum “Shipbuilding in the Arctic” talked about how to meet the needs of enterprises in modern fleet, marine equipment, the supply of ship component equipment of Russian manufacture, the training of qualified personnel and high-quality after-sales service. Among them are representatives of leading shipbuilding, ship repair, engineering, engineering companies, federal and regional authorities, development institutions, experts and analysts.
During the forum, the participants also discussed the construction of a fishing fleet, tourist cruise ships for high latitudes, the possibility of using liquefied natural gas as a ship fuel.
The production capabilities of the Arkhangelsk and Severodvinsk enterprises are recognized at the federal level. The director of the department of shipbuilding industry and marine engineering of the RF Ministry of Industry and Trade emphasized Boris Kabakov.
- It is important that we were able to discuss both strategic and technological issues of the development of the shipbuilding industry. At the same time, employees of USC enterprises, heads of small and medium enterprises, the region’s leadership, and representatives of financial institutions and federal authorities were involved in the dialogue. In addition, we were able to demonstrate to the guests the special authenticity of Pomerania as the historical center of Russian shipbuilding. Guests of the event were able to get acquainted with the capabilities of our enterprises, visit other industrial and logistics sites.
The bright conclusion to the forum was the official laying ceremony of the Pomeranian Koch - a wooden historic vessel that has been actively used in the development of the Russian Arctic coast since the 16th century, in which the Governor of the Arkhangelsk Region I.A. Orlov, management of the Russian Geographical Society and JSC Gazprombank.