The Krylov State Research Centre is one of the world’s major ship research & design centres established in 1894.
The Krylov Centre responsibilities cover the full scope of ship qualities including seaworthiness, strength, powering, acoustics, electromagnetic signatures, nuclear & radiation safety, definition of ship concepts meeting the combination of the above requirements.
As far as the shipbuilding market is concerned the Krylov State Research Centre is focused on the
We are charting the strategic course for shipbuilding industry having significant impact on political, transport, food and economic security of the nation.
We are delivering R&D support for the government programs in the field of naval and civil shipbuilding.
We are backing up the engineering regulatory and standardization efforts, certification of products and quality management systems, classification & coding, cataloguing and metrology.
We are responsible for management of the
We maintain fruitful cooperation with oil & gas companies assisting them in the development of wealthy hydrocarbon resources offshore.
We are actively expanding our presence on the international arena and scientific & engineering collaboration with foreign partners. Among the customers of the Krylov Centre are leading shipbuilding companies of UK, France, Norway, USA, Japan, Republic of Korea, Singapore and more than 20 other countries.
We take part in the
The key principle of our company’s policy is to deliver responsible state-
Since 2002 the Krylov Centre has been running the quality management system certified by Oboronsertifika. Our company has been granted certificates for military and civil products.
Successful cooperation with our partners is guaranteed by the high qualifications of the company’s staff, unique experimental facilities and continuously updated databases of advanced scientific and engineering solutions in shipbuilding across the world.