The resource which GP "The Delta — the Pilot" saved up in 2008, couldn't but affect enterprise development. The director of GP "The Delta — the Pilot" Alexander Golodnitsky declared a press it on today's - the conference devoted to results of work of the enterprise in 2008.
He noted that in December of last year modernization of PRDS "Feodosiya" and ARLP "Feodosiya" construction was complete. Since December 13 charge for services of services of regulation of movement of vessels in the Feodosiysky water area started being collected.
Also Alexander Golodnitsky reported that on February 4 on registration in the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine rules of swimming in the Feodosiysky gulf which after the statement and signing by the Minister of Transport passed coordination in nine commissions arrived.
"We hope that in the nearest future these rules will be approved also the questions connected with rules and pilot conducting in the Feodosiysky bay, will be settled", - the director of GP "The Delta — the Pilot" noted.
In addition, he told that in 2008 "Danube" was accepted in trial operation of RSODS, repair of facades and internal rooms of multystoried buildings of PRDS "Odessa" and TsRDS "Russian Braid" (Nikolaev) is made.
Alexander Grigoryevich and mentioned fleet which is on balance of the state enterprise. At present on balance of GP "The Delta — the Pilot" there are 18 pilot boats. Last year in Estonia the latest pilot boat which meets the modern requirements was acquired. "At present this boat passes reclassification under the register of Ukraine and soon on it the colors of the state of Ukraine" will be hoisted, - A. Golodnitsky reported.
Also the director of GP "The Delta — the Pilot" stopped on what he sees the enterprise future.
"The future for the enterprise I see bright. The enterprise possesses sufficient margin of safety", - A. Golodnitsky noted. According to him, the current activity of the enterprise won't suffer and will be provided in full.In spite of the fact that metal transportation was reduced, conducting of the ships will be all the same demanded as, according to forecasts, volumes of transportation of the grain will increase.