Nevsky Shipyard (part of the USC) held an action WEEK WITHOUT TURNSTILES. The action, which takes place twice a year on the initiative of the Leningrad regional branch of Russian Engineering Union, was attended by students, schoolchildren and teachers of secondary and technical schools of Leningrad region.
The Nevsky Shipyard took an active part in the final conference "Peter the First and Shlisselburg" as part of the second local history readings dedicated to the 350th anniversary of the birth of Peter I.
Nevsky Shipyard (part of the USC, the base enterprise of Leningrad regional branch of Russian Engineering Union) launched the annual All-Russian campaign WEEK WITHOUT TURNSTILES.
SPASATEL KAVDEYKIN together with rescuers successfully completed the operation to refloat and tow the dry cargo vessel VIKTOR which ran aground.
On April 1, 2022, a team game dedicated to the 15th anniversary of the United Shipbuilding Corporation and the 325th anniversary of the birth of Peter I was held at the Nevsky Shipyard.
This is a great holiday for everyone who has connected their fate with the region, lives in its present and future, and strives to make it better.
Nevsky Shipyard employees together with Shlisselburg residents and members of the Leningrad regional branch of Russian Engineering Union handed over more than forty boxes of humanitarian supplies to refugees as part of the All-Russian campaign “We Are Together”.
Built at Nevsky Shipyard the multifunctional rescue vessel SPASATEL DEMIDOV towed the Russian bulk carrier "Omsky 205", which gave a distress signal in the Black Sea, to the port of Kerch.
Nevsky Shipyard employees were trained under the Lean Production program of the Process Factory project
On March 22, 2022, the Shipyard employees completed a training course on lean manufacturing.
The crew of multipurpose small-draft salvage vessel "Kalas" successfully passed the course task "ASP-1” during the exercises in Avacha Bay
On the roadstead of Avacha Bay, a control exercise was held for the crew of the multipurpose small-draft salvage vessel "Kalas", built at the Nevsky Shipbyard.