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Yantar shipyard to complete landing ship Ivan Gren in 2012

Yantar shipyard to complete landing ship Ivan Gren in 2012 14.02.2011
Text: AbNews.ru
Photo: Bow part of large landing ship Ivan Gren. navalshow.ru
Yantar Shipyard (Kaliningrad) plans to deliver Project 11711 large landing ship Ivan Gren to Russian Navy in 2012, reports press service of JSC Armalit-1 which produces pipeline accessories for the ship. As for now, 89 per cent items have been already supplied in accordance with the contract, says the press release. The ship's completion will last throughout 2011.

The ship is designed for landing operations, transportation of combat vehicles and equipment. Ivan Gren is capable to carry 13 main battle tanks (up to 60 tons each), or armored personnel carriers/infantry fighting vehicles (up to 36), or 300 marines.

JSC Armalit-1 produces shipborne fittings and offer mechanical treatment services.

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