The main business of the company is the development and production of shipboard low-voltage power distribution boards and ship automation for Russian and foreign customers. The branch produces the following electrical equipment: modern integrated control and monitoring systems for all types of ships; control panels for the wheelhouse and the central control panel; main and emergency switchboards; secondary switchgears; start-adjusting equipment; uninterruptible power systems. The company provides development of technical and working design documentation. At production the modern CAD is used. The equipment is manufactured on modern high-tech automated production. The company carries out commissioning works on board and provides warranty and post-warranty service.


Public Joint Stock Company Dalpribor is an instrument-making enterprise specializing in the development, serial production, repair, maintenance and utilization of hydroacoustic systems, equipment and instruments in the field of hydrocarbon exploration and production, aviation dumped search facilities, as well as instrumentation for equipping air and sea vessels for monitoring the World Ocean. Founded in 1967 as an instrument-making plant of the military-industrial complex of Primorsky region, the enterprise acquired rich experience in the serial production of a wide range of hydroacoustic equipment for the Navy and the Ministry of Fisheries of the USSR.

At present, PJSC "DalPribor" effectively develops its production capacities, increases the number of products, is constantly searching for new ideas and technological solutions. Having its own design and technological services, the enterprise actively participates in the development of innovative products and technologies jointly with the departments of the Academy of Sciences and the Ministry of Science and Higher Education and invites interested organizations to mutually beneficial cooperation.


FSUE "FRPC "Progress" is a powerful research and production complex with a closed complete technological cycle, including a research and development design institute and pilot production.

The main area of its activity is research, design and production of complex rubber and rubber-cord and rubber technical products that have found wide application in various industries: in devices for noise isolation of machines and mechanisms, reduction of dynamic loads under shock impacts, seismic protection of buildings and structures, oil and gas pipelines. Elastic elements on the basis of rubber-cord shells are used for suspension and damping of road and rail transport, as flexible elements of highly elastic couplings and cushioning products.


The Russian company “Valcom” is designing & manufacturing integrated automation systems & sensors for LPG &LNG gas carriers, oil & chemical tankers, offshore vessels & oil rigs, including all types of sensors, as well as components for automation systems: sensors for level, temperature, pressure, flow measurement, marine computers, TSS/Watch Alarm and Dead man systems, strength control devices, ECR and Cargo Control Consoles, controllers..

With research and production center in Saint-Petersburg, “Valcom” is able to fulfill in the shortest possible time any order for sensors & automation systems for tankers, offshore FSO & FPSO, oil & gas terminals, vessels and ships for NAVY, as well as for such complicated objects as offshore drilling platforms, ice-breakers, offshore stand-by vessels.

Russian origin & well-established service network in Russian inner waters and abroad enables “Valcom” to deliver and maintain sensors and systems around the world.


1. Production of ship electrical and automation equipment:

  • PSМ-А targeted Fire Detection Hardware Package (fire detection stations, detectors and annunciators, explosion proof packages);
  • KF Signal Lights Switches  (6 or 12 lights) and  MANEVR Switches for operating signal lights (up to 24 lights), maneuvering light and signal whistle;
  • Static converters: rectifier chargers,  DIN rail mounted power units, 24V uninterrupted power supplies;
  • Motor telegraph;
  • Boards, control and sound and light alarm stations (alarm warning system) of СС type;
  • Advanced compact digital automatic telephone stations with 8 - 288 user extensions capacity and various peripheral devices and services connection options;
  • АС-2 General Alarm Equipment Package.
  • Dead-man alarm system equipment;
  • Flow, level, proximity, freon leak sensor, pressure and temperature gauges;
  • SUTS set: automation and warning alarm equipment, hydrocarbon and freon leak control equipment, cargo system control equipment;

All products are accompanied with certificates of the Russian River Register and Russian Maritime Register of Shipping.

2. Delivery and commissioning of the manufactured equipment,  “ОКА“ loudspeaker communication and broadcasting equipment, satellite TV reception and Internet access equipment for ships and yaсhts.

3. Development of design documents for electrotechnical and   radio navigation systems of ships under construction or retrofitting. Document approval by classification societies.



"Modern Marine Technologies" LLC: Development and production of remote-controlled and autonomous underwater vehicles.


FEFU is the bearer of traditions of the Russian classical culture, science and education. Far Eastern Federal University has its origins in 1899 at the time when the Oriental Institute was founded in Vladivostok.

Today FEFU is the only classical university in Eastern Russia. In incorporates Schools with generations-old traditions and areas of research that form the core of our intellectual base.

One of the FEFU’s advantages is its geographic location in the center of the Asia Pacific region, which is now one of the most dynamically developing parts of the world. This place is the second pole of a world civilization, which includes the leading counties of the globe, such as China, the United States, Japan, India and many world-famed metropolitan cities, such as Singapore, Hong Kong, Sydney and Seoul. 

Being a link or a cultural bridge between Russia and this part of the world remains one of the FEFU’s main objectives. This is the reason why our University is not only a pathway to your professional future, but also a road into the future of the entire country, where all motivated, hardworking and talented young people will find their rightful places!



Festival "Ot vinta!" is a key event of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation to support and develop of children's and youth's scientific and technical creativity and industrial vocational guidance. The festival is an all-Russian communication platform for creative youth, university professors and representatives of industrial enterprises; a platform for demonstration of techniques for the intellectualization of human capital and the expansion of international cooperation.

Support: Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, Government of Moscow.

Partners: Coordinating Council for the Development of Children's and Youth Scientific and Technical Creativity of the Union of Machine Builders of Russia, Public Organization «OFICERY ROSSII», Agency For Strategic Initiatives, UAC, TsAGI, JSC "OSK", JSC "Russian Helicopters", Concern VKO Almaz-Antey, leading Russian universities.


In 2018 Russian Coatings (Yaroslavl) has celebrated its 180’s Anniversary. It is the most business reliable, successful and dynamically growing company of coatings industry in Russia, which actively operates on internal market as well as abroad. The Company has its own R&D platform and is utilizing full cycle of production including production of semi-finished materials.

Russian Coatings is holding a strong position in the World’s TOP-100 Coatings’ Companies for many years.

The Company consists of the following business units:

  • Aviation and shipbuilding materials

  • Industrial materials for special and universal purposes

  • Building and architectural materials

  • OEM automotive materials

  • Auto refinish materials

  • Powder coatings


The “RIF” shipyard is a multipurpose industrial complex with a total area more than 35 thousand sq. m. The shipyard’s specializations are: passenger ships, support vessels and HDPE boats construction which is unique for Russia. HDPE is a flexible, durable and non-corrosive material which can be used even hostile environment. The boats have good seaworthiness and are able to maintain nervousness over 4 points and at the same time keeping the speed of 35 knots an hour. Boats are constructed under requirements of GIMS, RRR, RMRS.

The “RIF” Shipyard also constructs moorings of reinforced concrete and plastic as well as fish farms of various configuration. We offer planning, construction and maintenance of yacht harbours. Sochi Grand Marina – the biggest yacht marine in Russia – is our pilot project, and we are ready for cooperation everywhere worldwide.


Makarov Pacific Higher Naval College is a higher educational institution belonging to the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation located in Vladivostok. Since its foundation, the College has been the only institution for naval education in the East of the country. The cadets are educated according to higher and secondary professional education programmes.


Marine Technics Group is one of the leading companies on the Russian market of marine supply and service since 1997. We offer to our clients numerous integrated solutions that include consulting, development and designing, building and retrofitting of vessels, marine equipment and spare parts supply, after-sales and after-warranty service, technical support. 

Marine Technics produces marine equipment (gensets, compressors, pumps, etc.) and is an exclusive representative of more than 30 leading manufacturers of marine equipment: MAN engines, Evac sewage water treatment systems, Econosto valves, Azcue pumps, Eliche Radice propellers, etc.

With more than 200 highly skilled specialists, Marine Technics is represented in the largest cities of Russia, CIS and the Baltic states. Our service and products are certified by RMRS and RRR.

All for shipbuilding: from idea to implementation.

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To participants in the Russia–Africa Economic Forum

Ladies and gentlemen,

It gives me great pleasure to welcome you at the opening of the Russia–Africa Economic Forum.

The rich history of relations between Africa and Russia has never seen an event of a similar scale. Members of government agencies and business community, and experts are meeting at this Forum to substantively discuss the current status and prospects of cooperation and a wide range of topical issues of the world economy.

Today, the countries of Africa are well on their way towards social, economic, scientific and technological development, and are playing a significant role in international affairs. They are strengthening mutually beneficial integration processes within the African Union and other regional and sub regional organizations across the continent.

In recent years, the traditionally friendly ties of partnership between Russia and Africa have gained new momentum, both at a bilateral level and in various multilateral formats. In addition to preserving our past experience of successful cooperation, we have also managed to make significant new steps forward. Trade and investment are growing dynamically, and new joint projects are under way in extractive industries, agriculture, healthcare, and education. Russian companies are ready to offer their scientific and technological developments to their African partners, and share their experience of upgrading energy, transport and communications infrastructures.

I hope that the Forum will help identify new areas and forms of cooperation, put forward promising joint initiatives that will bring the collaboration between Russia and Africa to a qualitatively new level and contribute to the development of our economies and the prosperity of our peoples.

I wish the Forum’s participants fruitful work and all the best.

Vladimir Putin

The Russia–Africa Summit, which is taking place in Sochi on 23–24 October 2019, encapsulates the historically friendly relations between the African continent and the Russian Federation. This Summit carries great significance as it is the first of its kind to emerge during a period of major global and international transformations. In response to the aspirations of the people it is representing, the Summit intends to build a comprehensive framework for expanding Russian–African relations into broader horizons of joint cooperation across different fields.

The African nations and Russia share a common understanding of international relations, based on the principles of respect for the rule of international law, equality, non-interference in the internal affairs of states, and the peaceful resolution of disputes. Both sides affirm their commitment to support multilateral actions to oppose new international threats, be they terrorism and extremism in all their forms, or declining growth rates. The two sides share a firm conviction regarding the importance of developing trade flows and supporting mutual investment in such a way as to ensure security, peace and development for the African and Russian people.

African countries have huge potential and opportunities that will allow them, once efforts to streamline their economies have been achieved, to emerge as real global players. In recent years, the nations of this continent have achieved major successes spanning the political, economic, social and administrative spheres. Africa has flourished in terms of growth over the past decade, reaching a continent-wide growth rate of 3.55% in 2018.

The African Union Summit, which was held in Niger in July 2019, continued the efforts of the African countries and saw the African Continental Free Trade Agreement come into force, along with its operational instruments. The agreement is one of the key objectives of Agenda 2063, an African development strategy that has been created to address the African people’s desire for prosperity and decent living standards.

These successes are opening up wide-ranging prospects for cooperation between African countries and the Russian Federation, and confirm the determination of African governments and their people to cooperate with multiple partners in order to establish mutually beneficial relations.

With this in mind, we express our hopes that the Russia–Africa Summit will help in the establishment of constructive strategic relations, based on partnership between two sides across various fields, and in the service of fulfilling the hopes and aspirations of the African people and their friends in Russia.

President of the Arab Republic of Egypt
Abdelfattah ALSISI