Shipbuilding is one of the most important activities of the Group Finsudprom. Since 2005 the Group is the management company of "Yaroslavsky shipyard" (open joint-stock company since 1993), founded in 1920 in the central part of Russia on the Volga River (Yaroslavl) and by reason of its successful geographical location has convenient access to the Baltic Sea, Caspian Sea, Black Sea and Azov Sea, as well as to the Baltic and North Seas.
The Group Finsudpom has ensured the stable growth and development of "Yaroslavsky shipyard", which is currently building technically sophisticated vessels of various classes for military and civil purposes. This is primarily sea tugs, diving vessels, rescue and salvage vessels, research vessels, speed boats for force structures, floating crafts of auxiliary and technical fleet, yachts.
Today "Yaroslavsky shipyard" is the leading Russian producer of sea-going rescue tugs of the projects 745 and 1454 and their advanced modifications. The company produces a comprehensive year-round repair of inland and joint river and sea navigation vessels. The plant has accumulated considerable experience in supplying multi-purpose products to foreign customers.
"Yaroslavsky shipyard" is one of the strategic enterprises of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation. "Yaroslavsky shipyard" has required licenses and certificates, including the certificate of the quality management system, the certificate for production of weapons and military equipment, the classification certificate of the Russian River Register.
Effective management of running projects, pursuit of their upgrade, introduction of new production management systems based on the program of technical re-equipment that was created upon the initiative of the management company Finsudprom - all that has confirmed the status of "Yaroslavsky shipyard" as a company, which has full technical and human resources for the development and mass production of the vessels of the new projects for civil and military purposes, corresponding to the highest requirements of the shipbuilding market.