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Leningrad Shipyard "Pella"
Leningrad Mechanical Plant #4

Leningrad Shipyard "Pella" occupies a leading position on the Russian tugboat market. Tugs from "PELLA" include a new generation of tugs, operated successfully in all major Russian ports. High quality and modern technical equipment PELLA vessels appreciated by customers from Norway, Italy and many other countries. European and Russian Shipowners attracts developed over the years a reputation as a mandatory PELLA and responsible partner.

In 2013 the factory was first built patrol boat project 03160 "Raptor" . Patrol boat "Raptor" was designed with the participation of the original developer of the project - the company Dockstavarvet. On 24 December 2015 the first two in the series were laid small missile ship Project 22800 "Karakurt" "Hurricane" and "Typhoon" - the major weapons which are "Caliber" cruise missiles.

Shipyard "Pella" is to build under the contract with the Russian Defense Ministry seven new small missile ships of the project 22800 "Karakurt" for the Russian Navy, RIA Novosti reported 08 Septembe 2016 during an international military-technical forum Army-2016 builder of ships.

All of the new shipyard ships were commissioned in strict accordance with the agreed deadlines. PELLA also known as a shipyard offering supply tugs in a very short period of time: the period from the signing of the contract to the acceptance of measures does not exceed 12-13 months.

Products include commercially available tugboat capacity 1000-5000 hp Tugs-pushers, designed to deliver the barges like the rivers, and sea Multifunction escort tugs, capable of performing a wide range of functions: rescue, fire fighting, oil spill response and other pilot boat, allowing to solve tasks in the conditions of any complexity Rescue. freefall lifeboat and rope descent in the tanker version (together with the resetting / trigger device).

Ships constructed at Pella combine unique modern technology, high level of automation and centralized management and control, a convenient location and navigation deck equipment. Tugs and pilot boats are equipped with the equipment of leading world manufacturers: Caterpillar, Cummins, Rolls- Royce, Desmi, Furuno, Heinen & Hopman , etc. PELLA is able to perform a wide range of additional functions in different waters.

The structure of JSC "Pella" is built on the principle of holding on the basis of the parent company, which unites around a number of subsidiaries and affiliates, which, being separate legal entities, are links in the production process of a single technological chain. The structure of the enterprise management and the interaction of JSC "Pella" makes it possible, on the one hand, the use of initiative and enterprise of each firm to work effectively in the market conditions, and on the other hand provides a concentration of resources and concerted action to address common strategic objectives.

The plant is located in the town of Otradnoye in the former Pellinskogo palace, built during the reign of Catherine II. Pallila (Pella) in Finnish - "soft, loose earth," was marked by Swedish maps of the XVII century. Catherine II flattered that the name of the manor Ivanovo, purchased it from the heirs of Ivan Neplyuev privy councilor in 1784, coincides with the name of the ancient capital of the Macedonian kings: Pelam (present-day Thessaloniki), Where Alexander the Great was born. Not surprisingly, the new residence of Russian Empress named was Pella.

Today, on the palace Pellinskogo, razed to the ground on the orders of Paul I, there were only coach-housing stables and an outbuilding Postal station. In the 1930s the Postal Station Plant trailers Ministry of wood industry was built. After World War II factory trailers restored and renamed Leningrad Mechanical Plant #4.

In 1950, the front of the factory, located on the left bank of the Neva River, was tasked to organize shipbuilding production. Soon, the main products of the plant began to tug boats, speed boats, pilot boats and other small boats. In 1957 the company was renamed Leningrad Marine Engineering Works.

In the 1960 the plant developed a new direction - fiberglass shipbuilding. The first examples of such ships were catchers "Hope" for the fishing base "Vostok", hydrographic vessel "Kaira" type, working boats "Snipe", light body of all Russian submersibles to study the world's oceans. In 1965, the company as a pilot production is transferred to the "historic" the subordination of the Central Research Institute of Shipbuilding Technology and returned to it the name of "Pella" - Leningrad "Pella" shipyard.

Since the 1970s, with the direct participation of the release of means of technological equipment, the plant mastered TC CRI for the shipbuilding industry: painting machines, bending machines, machines for thermal cutting of metal.

In 1992, the company was privatized and became a joint stock company of open type "Leningrad Shipyard" Pella "(from 21.06.1996, the - Open Joint Stock Company" Leningrad Shipyard "Pella"). To date, "Pella" - joint-stock enterprise, having in its composition 8 subsidiaries and affiliates, owns a territory of 33 hectares and is sufficient for running a successful business assets.

In 1992, Gerbert R. Tsaturov was appointed General Director of JSC "Leningrad shipyard" Pella ". For 29 years the head of the factory he managed the most important thing - to create a team of highly skilled professionals and workers who are conditions of reforming the country's economy could not only save the company, but also to ensure the annual capacity of the plant development.

The strategic task of the production - annually produce at least 2-3 types of new modern ships such as offshore tugs, including Arctic-class, multi-pilot and service-crew boats, etc. The main principle of the enterprise -. Products must be competitive in price, quality, manufacturing terms.

Tsaturov developed and implemented a holding structure in the enterprise from a single management system for design, technological, logistical and human resources sectors of the plant. This significantly increased the level of responsibility of department heads, allowed to select for key positions talented and promising cadres.

In 2012, attending the factory "Pella" the laying vessel for longline bottom fish in the Barents Sea, the head of the Federal Agency for Fishery Andrei Far said: "Our fleet was built in the seventies and eighties of the last century and outdated morally and physically. Compared with the Norwegians, we are now somewhere in the Middle Ages, in the fourteenth century. If you do not start upgrading it now, by 2016 Russia will catch less than one million tonnes of fish per year. "

In 2011, the company, in consultation with the regional authorities, was purchased plot of land of about 20 hectares on the bank of the river. Neva in Otradnoye Kirovsky district of Leningrad region - 3 km downstream from the "Pella" existing site. On the current territory of the plant there are restrictions on draft vessels under construction - no more than 3.5-4 m because of the rapids on the fairway of the Neva. Therefore, the plant is now able to carry out construction of technical fleet vessels: tugs, pilot boats and other special vessels with a draft up to 4 m and 50 m length of 12 - 15 units. in year. Of these, the state orders of different federal departments plant annually produces at least 5 - 9 vessels. The new section p. Neva is no limit on the rapids, so "Pella" is planning to organize a full-scale building and launching up to 10 ships per year, up to 100 m, a width of up to 22 m, with a draft of up to 6 meters.

Petersburg shipyard "Pella" became the full owner of the shipyard JJ Sietas Shipyard in Germany in March 2014. "Pella" is planning to invest in the development of the German company 15 million euros until the end of 2016. and expand the staff from 120 to 400 people. In the new production capacity of the plant is expected to establish the design and construction of ships of large tonnage and tonnage. Shipyard JJ Sietas (Hamburg) was founded in 1635g. Today the shipyard is building container ships, ferries, tankers and other vessels. Since 2011. the company is in bankruptcy proceedings.




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