At the NIBULON shipyard, the Ukrainian fleet continues to develop - two non-self-propelled vessels of the NBL-91 project and a tug of the 121m project. In parallel, maintenance of six units of the company's cargo fleet continues.
The company said that after successful mooring tests, the fourth non-self-propelled vessel was handed over to the customer and will soon start working on the rivers of Ukraine. The fifth ship is in the active phase of the formation of the bow and stern. Today, the availability of a solid ship hull is 70%. Coamings and handrails are installed on the deck. Internal work has also begun: pipelines, electrical fittings and additional insulation saturation are being installed.
Specialists of the metalworking department are actively preparing metal for the manufacture of parts for the hull of the sixth ship and set the pace of work for other production divisions of the enterprise. The assembly-section shop is already working on the collection of 24 order sections.
In addition, the shipbuilders are installing the superstructure of the fourth tug of the modernized project 121m, after which they will start placing the wheelhouse on order. A guardrail is installed on the upper deck. The towboat is already equipped with diesel generators from Volvo Penta, pumps for bilge and ballast systems, as well as all the necessary tanks for various purposes. All installed mechanisms are being prepared for strapping. In the near future, work should start on the insulation and covering of the ship's premises, the installation of the cable network and the installation of electrical panels.