United Shipbuilding Corporation

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JSC United Shipbuilding Corporation
Native name
Russian: АО Объединённая Судостроительная Корпорация
State owned enterprise
Industry Shipbuilding, Defence
Founded March 21, 2007; 11 years ago (2007-03-21)
Headquarters Moscow and Saint Petersburg, Russia
Area served
Key people
Alexei L. Rakhmanov (President)
Products Merchant ship
Naval ship
Offshore & Engineering
Ship Life Cycle
Revenue $5.1 billion[1] (2016)
$90 million[2] (2016)
Owner Federal Agency for State Property Management (100%)[3]
Number of employees
>80,000 (2016)
Parent Government of Russia
Website www.aoosk.ru

United Shipbuilding Corporation (Russian: Объединённая судостроительная корпорация) is an open joint stock company in Russia which unites shipbuilding, repair and maintenance subsidiaries in western and northern Russia, and in the country's Far East, to streamline civilian shipbuilding using military facilities.

United Shipbuilding Corporation is the 100% owner of in Arctech Helsinki Shipyard, having bought the remaining 50% of the shares from its joint venture partner STX Finland Cruise Oy.[4]


United Shipbuilding Corporation was established by a series of Presidential Decrees signed by President Vladimir Putin. According to the decree, the corporation has 3 subsidiaries: the Western Shipbuilding Center in St. Petersburg (Admiralty Shipyard), the Northern Shipbuilding and Maintenance Center in Severodvinsk and the Far Eastern Shipbuilding and Maintenance Center in Vladivostok. The state owns 100% of the shares.

On June 2012 Andrei Dyachkov was appointed to its president.[5] On May 21, 2013, Russian President Putin said that Vladimir Shmakov would be appointed as a new president of the corporation the following week.

On 29 July 2014, the company was added to the Financial Sanctions List - Specially Designated Nationals List [6][7] by the U.S. Department of the Treasury as defined by the Executive Order 13661 [8] related to Russia involvement in conflict in Ukraine.


USC integrates the following companies:[9]


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