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The plant was founded in 1951.

In 50 years of its existence it produced: a series of sand-carriers, a diesel-electric dredger Chagoda, an oil barge NNMB-900, 17 sludge removal barges types DSH-450, 450M, 1 container ship and 2 hydroclap type opening systems.

The plant assembled 2 16-ton floating cranes, 5 unique floating pile drivers, a floating crane type Bleichert and other small vessels.

Moreover, the plant was constantly carrying out dockside and full repairs as well as maintenance works for various types of ships up to 70-80m long with up to 2,000 tons displacement (altogether around 1,500 ships were docked and repaired, but if we also count repairs at the wall of the plant, then the figure will be not less than additional 6,000 vessels)

  • Starting from 1960 the plant became the main supplier of anchor rods and hydraulic engineering systems for the sea and river ports of European part of the country and Western Siberia. The plant produced 60 tons of anchor rods, and due to that the Ministry of Transport Construction managed to build 80 km of berthing facilities.
  • Being the leading plant of the Main Sea and River Construction Agency it constantly received state orders, thus it successfully carried out a very significant order to produce a stock of forms for automatic lines for the production of reinforced concrete wagon-head tubes, which were used for the construction of Moscow underground. The plant also produced a stock of forms for wagon-head tubes for Baku underground and a stock of forms with diameter of 1,200 cylinder piles for the construction of berthing facilities in the Baltic States.
  • In 1963 the plant produced a unique facility – a hookup platform which enabled the functioning of the oil terminal.
  • The plant produced a stock of hydraulic drive-heads for bedding of cylinder piles 1,200m in diameter for the Baltic States, far eastern regions of Russia and the Black Sea. The plant also produces an experimental model of a hydraulic drive-heads to embed piling in batches, produced and gave to Novorossiysk an experimental sample of an underwater bottom leveler. Moreover, it supplied 1,200 tons of equipment to Finland for the Päijänne-Keitele Canal, produced 7 unique forms for the port of Pori and carried out many other deals and operations.
  • In 2000 it began to produce piles and tube piling for St.Petersburg Sea Commercial Port and Primorsk Oil Terminal.
  • A transshipment complex began to work on the plant in 1999 and stevedoring became one of the main lines of work.

Plan\ layout of the plant

Big Port St.Petersburg
Big Port St.Petersburg
Infrustructure of ‘Baltic Ship-Mechanical Plant’ OJSC
Infrustructure of ‘Baltic Ship-Mechanical Plant’ OJSC
Plan of the territory of ‘Baltic Ship-Mechanical Plant’ OJSC
Plan of the territory of ‘Baltic Ship-Mechanical Plant’ OJSC

Berth specifications

Berth Specialization Length, m Draft, m
BSMZ-1 General cargoes 148,60 7,90
BSMZ-2 170,00 8,20
BSMZ-3 148,50 7,30

Weight-handling machinery and equipment fleet

The weight-handling machinery and equipment park has cranes of different types and lifting capacity and lift trucks. 4 gantry cranes with lifting capacity from 16 to 32 tons are used in loading and unloading operations that require crane operations. Convenient access roads and railways provide for quick and high quality cargo transshipment to land transport and its further transportation in all required directions.

Technical Characteristics of ‘Baltic Ship-Mechanical Plant’

The group of companies of Open Joint-Stock Company ‘Baltic Ship-Mechanical Plant’ is located on the territory of ‘Big Port St.Petersburg’ (Doroga na Turukhtannye Ostrova 26 building 5)

The group of companies owns the following berthing facilities:
– a quay wall with three berths (BSMZ-1: length – 148.6m, draft – 8.3m; BSMZ -2: length – 170.0m, draft – 8.3m; BSMZ -3 : length – 48.5m, draft – 7.8m), located in Bolshaya Turukhtannaya harbor of Neva Bay (the Gulf of Finland);
– a berth and vessel fueling area (length — 85.05m, estimated draft – 7. m) located in Ugolnaya harbor of Neva bay (the Gulf of Finland).

Maximum size of vessels handled by the berths: draft – 8.2m, length – 170m, width – 35m.

Total area of the territory is 11.088 ha. Total harbor area according to the water use agreement is 0.0377km2, including 0.0293km2 in Bolshaya Turukhtannaya harbor and 0.0084km2 in Ugolnaya harbor.

There are also 4,800km2 of sheltered storage area and 43,100 km2 of unsheltered storage area.

One can access the territory by road or by railway. Total length of the railways is 3,282.5m, all 3,282.5m are in our ownership.

4 overload gantry crane 16/20, 32/16

12 Toyota lift trucks with 1.5 ton lifting capacity

2 diesel locomotives TGM-23V

Pervomayskaya Heating and Power Station-14 provides power supply for ‘Baltic Ship-Mechanical Plant’ OJSC.

Connected capacity of 7 transformers 6kV each is 4,110 kVA.

Power system capacity – 3,500kVA (3.22MW).