"Khabarovsk shipyard" JSC, which is a part of the Far Eastern Shipbuilding Center, a sub-holding of the United Shipbuilding Corporation, was founded on June 29, 1953. Over the years, the enterprise has mastered the production of virtually all types of surface ships, vessels, and boats of any purpose from different grades of steel and light alloys with a displacement of up to 2,000 tons.
Today, the Khabarovsk shipyard can offer a large selection of fishing trawlers, refrigerators, barges, boats, motor boats for various purposes, passenger vessels, multipurpose amphibious hovercraft, auxiliary vessels for the port fleet (tugs, bunker carriers, oil skimmers, pontoons, platform vessels), and transport hovercraft for the oil and gas industry.
The growing pace of production has put the management of the plant in front of the need to optimize business processes. But without a sharp increase in costs, this was only possible with the transition to modern software.
For help in choosing the necessary IT solutions, Khabarovsk shipyard turned to the experts of Softline, the official partner of Ascon.
Softline, having studied the goals of the enterprise, suggested using the most optimal software of the company "Ascon" for these tasks – namely, the computer-aided design system "Compas-3D".
“A large amount of the work carried out by engineers in Khabarovsk shipyard falls on CAD systems.
Compas-3D made it possible to significantly increase the speed and quality of their work, improve data exchange and ensure operational interaction, which, in turn, led to lower costs and accelerated time to market for high-quality products.”
Andrey Podterob, expert of the CAD department of the regional office of Softline in Khabarovsk.