Source Pravda.Ru

Admiralty Wharves exhibited non-atomic submarine at Defexpo India 2004

Admiralty Wharves took part recently in the international exhibition Defexpo India 2004. The company's press service told Rosbalt that the exhibition was jointly organized by the confederation of Indian industries, the Indian Defense Ministry and the Indian government.

Admiralty Wharves exhibited non-atomic submarines of the 636, Amur 950 and Amur 1650 class. The company's leadership is counting on signing a contract in the near future to deliver to India Amur-16502 diesel electric submarines.

Admiralty Wharves specializes in building submarines and oil tankers. So far the company has built 298 submarines including 41 nuclear submarines.

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