Indian Navy Vice-Admiral Expresses Satisfaction with Works Done on INS Vikramaditya

Delegation of United Staff of MNF of India at the head of Chief production and custom of ships Administration Vice-admiral Nadela Nirajan Kumar visited Sevmash. N. Kumar with President of JSC «Jointed shipbuilding corporation» Roman Trotsenko, Mikhail Budnichenko, who performances duties of Director General of Sevmash, Chief engineer Alexey Alsufiev, Deputies of Director General Sergey Novoselov and Andrey Monogarov, Head of WOT captain R. Svaminatan inspected «Vikramaditya».

Vice-admiral Kumar expressed satisfaction of works: “It became possible due to efforts of leadership of the enterprise and Jointed shipbuilding corporation. I want to thank R. Trotsenko for management, Rosoboronexport, Nevskoye PKB and partners of Sevmash“.

N. Kumar informed, that the ship is ready for more than 85 per cents, and finishing of works is planned in December of 2012.

President of JSC «Jointed shipbuilding corporation» Roman Trotsenko expressed gratitude for trust and assured, that last stage of modernization will be carried out carefully, with exact observing of technologies and attention to quality, which is one of traditions of Sevmash. “Today works are carried out according to the plan. Technical problems are solved with help of Rosoboronexport, which always support us. I am sure, that in December of 2012 the ship will be delivered to MNF of India.”

Source: sevmash, September 23, 2011;

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