Ukraine: Kherson Shipyard Names New Director General

On February 13th Vasily Fedin by the decision of the Supervisory Board of PJSC Kherson Shipyard was appointed to a post of Director general of PJSC Kherson Shipyard.

In November 2011 Vasily Fedin due to appointment to a post of President of PJSC Mykolaiv Shipyard OKEAN was dismissed from the post of Director general of PJSC Kherson Shipyard.

On the February 8th the Anti-Monopoly Committee of Ukraine granted permission for Vasily Fedin’s holding of both posts of Director general of PJSC Kherson Shipyard and President of PJSC Mykolaiv Shipyard OKEAN.

Kherson Shipyard was created as far back as in 1951 as a key shipyard of commercial shipbuilding in ex USSR and at present it is rightly considered one of leading shipbuilding and ship repairing yards in Ukraine. For its half a century history the Shipyard was attributed a reputation of a dependable partner.Over 300 vessels have been built for 26 counties of the world. It attracts the shipowners’ attention of leading world powers due to diversity of ships constructed: tankers, dry-cargo vessels, ice-breakers, multi-purpose ships, container-carriers, Arctic Supply vessels, drilling vessels etc.

Shipbuilding Tribune Staff, February 21, 2012

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Posted on February 21, 2012

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