May 28, 2021 (Google Translation) – JSC PO Sevmash (part of USC) has signed two new state contracts with the Ministry of Defense for servicing nuclear submarines of the Borey and Borei-A projects of the Northern and Pacific fleets. The works are designed for three years – from 2021 to 2023.
We are talking about submarine missile carriers built at the enterprise and transferred to the Navy under the Borey project: Yuri Dolgoruky (in the Navy since 2013), Alexander Nevsky (in the Navy since 2013) and Vladimir Monomakh “(In the Navy since 2014), as well as on the Borey-A project of the Knyaz Vladimir agro-industrial complex (in the Navy since 2020). Since 2014, within the framework of state contracts with the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, Sevmash has been the only service provider for modern nuclear submarines of the 4th generation. Branches of the enterprise operate at the bases of ships in the Northern and Pacific fleets.
“The company’s specialists are constantly working on guarantee supervision of modern submarine cruisers, as well as maintenance of equipment, systems and weapons complexes. Service maintenance of the nuclear submarine is carried out not only on its own, but also with the involvement of contractor industrial enterprises. The high qualifications of our shipbuilders and excellent knowledge of the structural features of the ships built at Sevmash allow us to perform the work efficiently and on time, “said Alexander Volotskoy, head of the submarine guarantee and service department.