Director General of OJSC Leningrad ship-building yard “Pella”
received higher education in Leningrad Institute of Water Transport in Ship Machines and Mechanisms. Since 1961 he has been working in the ship-building industry, since 1968 – in the ship-building yard “P...
received higher education in Leningrad Institute of Water Transport in Ship Machines and Mechanisms. Since 1961 he has been working in the ship-building industry, since 1968 – in the ship-building yard “Pella”
, where he successfully passed all stages of the ship-building profession from the foreman, senior ship builder, workshop manager, head of planning and production department, deputy director for production to the chief engineer. In 1992, Gerbert Robertovich was appointed Director General of OJSC Leningrad ship-building yard “Pella”.
During 29 years of work as the head of the plant he managed the most important thing - to create a team of highly qualified specialists and workers, who in conditions of reforming the country's economy managed not only to save the company, but also to ensure the annual development of capacity of the plant.
The strategic objective of production is to produce annually at least 2-3 types of new modern ships, such as sea tugs, including of the Arctic class, multi-service pilot and crew boats, and others. The main principle of the company is that the products must be competitive in price, quality, terms of manufacturing.
Gerbert Robertovich developed and implemented in the company a holding structure with a single management system of technological, logistical and human resources sectors of the plant. This significantly increased the level of responsibility of department heads, allowed to select talented and promising staff for key positions.
The identity of the plant “Pella” and its director is high production culture. Cleanliness and order in the workshops and premises, green areas at the plant, comfortable living and working conditions for all employees, attention to veterans of labor - all this speaks of an effective management system.
For high professionalism Gerbert Tsaturov was awarded the Order “Badge of Honor” and other special awards, diplomas and certificates.
In 2010, at the initiative of Tsaturov G.R. a decision was made to implement the investment project “Construction of a new ship-building complex”
. The need for introduction of new modern facilities is due primarily to the fact that there is a problem of aging of the fishing fleet. About 20 vessels of the Russian fleet are removed from service annually. Over the past 10 years 184 ships were amortized, and only one new was built.
The project addresses the strategic objectives for the revival of the domestic fishing fleet and, in particular - the issues of the development of fishery industry, which were discussed in the order of Russian President Vladimir Putin (dated 21.03.2013 No. Pr-613, paragraphs 1b and 2c).
The new production is planned to have serial manufacture of up to 12 globally competitive ships per year - up to 110 meters long and with a maximum displacement of up to 5 thousand tons. The project will create 1,500 new high-tech jobs. Annual output of the plant products with the capacity of the new complex will increase by at least 10 bln rubles. The portfolio of orders for the construction and maintenance of ships of the fishing and technical fleet for the period until 2016 has already been formed.
Currently, the project is supported by the Agency for Strategic Initiatives. In particular, ASI provides assistance in obtaining permits to build artificial land plot on the river Neva, technologically necessary to accommodate ship launch facilities, berths and outfitting quays of the new ship-building complex. In parallel, under the system initiative
of the Agency the issue of the need for measures to stimulate the production of modern competitive fishing vessels in Russia is raised