About Plant

Kherson State Plant “Pallada” has a truly interesting history. Having been founded in 1936 as a “Dokstroy” it was renamed a few times – into “Kherson shipbuilding dockyard” in 1944 and then into “Kherson shipbuilding plant “Pallada” in 1970.

In the year 1977 it became a part of a Kherson shipbuilding production association as a self-supporting organization department and only in 1998 Kherson State Plant “Pallada” acquires its present name as well as complete legal and financial self-sufficiency.

But whatever the name or the dependency KSP “Pallada” had it was and it remains to be an unique company, building up-to-date reinforced concrete and composite floating docks, many of which have no counterparts in the whole world dock building experience.

The composite floating docks created by “Pallada” are known all around the globe.

Some of these docks are positively unique. They are effectively operating in the countries with a various climate conditions: in Russia (Kola Peninsula, Kamchatka, Far East, and Baltic Sea), at the Caspian Sea in Azerbaijan, in Japan, South Korea, Vietnam, Nigeria, Algeria, Egypt, Turkey, Croatia, Bulgaria, Malta, South Africa and other countries.


WHY WE ARE CHOOSING

REINFORCED CONCRETE?

THE ANSWER

IS SO SIMPLE

MARINE REINFORCES CONCRETE

STELL CONTSTRUCTION


THE MAIN ADVANTAGES

OF OUR PROJECTS:

    * All projects designed on the basis of our reinforced concrete pontoons are approved by Classification Society
    * They are corrosion proof
    * Unlike steel pontoons they don’t require maintenance expanses
    * They all are environment friendly
    * They have higher durability
    * The quality control of every element at every construction stage is made by means of lab tests
    * They are reparability