FSUE Atomflot, operating under the Russian State Atomic Energy Agency Rosatom, and the Turkish Kuzey Star Shipyard signed the agreement for the construction of a floating port for universal nuclear icebreakers within the scope of Project 22220. The construction of the floating port is planned to be completed in 29 months.
Russia’s Atomflot and Kuzey Star Shipyard signed an agreement to build a floating port for universal nuclear icebreakers.
Pursuant to the agreement, the procurement procedure was carried out within the framework of the Federal Law of the Russian Federation No. 223-FZ “On the Purchase of Goods, Works, Services of Certain Types of Legal Entities” and in accordance with the unified industrial procurement standards of the Russian State Atomic Energy Agency Rosatom.
The protocol for summarizing the acquisition results of the agreement, which has a contract value of 4 billion 981 million rubles, or approximately 69 million dollars, was published on May 27, 2021.
IT WILL HAVE A LIFTING CAPACITY OF 30 THOUSAND TONS
The floating port, which will have a lifting capacity of 30 thousand tons, will be 220 meters long and 48 meters wide. At the floating port, which will have a length of at least 200 meters and a height of 6 meters pontoon along the slipway deck, 30 people will be able to serve for 7 days without stepping on the land at the same time, depending on the diesel fuel and drinking water stocks, wastewater and domestic water collection capacity.
CONSTRUCTION WILL CONTINUE FOR 29 MONTHS
Making a statement on the subject, Atomflot General Manager Mustafa Kaşka said, “The signing of the agreement is an important step in the implementation of the coastal infrastructure preparation program for the maintenance of the universal nuclear icebreakers in Project 22220. The Turkish shipyard has the necessary qualifications and a good reputation in the shipbuilding market. Under the terms of the agreement, the construction of the floating dock will take 29 months, including its delivery to the Port of Murmansk.” said.
Tuncay İmral, Chairman of Kuzey Star Shipyard, said, “We are very pleased to sign a contract with Atomflot FSUE, one of the most important state companies of the Russian Federation. Winning a tender for such a prestigious project is a great honor for a Turkish shipyard. Participating in this project will create new beginnings and opportunities for Kuzey Star. The project will also help strengthen relations between Turkey and the Russian Federation.” used the phrases.
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