It implies that the Russian Navy’s ships must be equipped with the metal furniture made by
Operating experience has shown that the naval servicemen are not satisfied with the new furniture.
Mil.Press reporters have interviewed the spokesmen of shipyards and furniture manufacturers. They confirm that as of the end of December 2019 the decision has not been overruled.
The bottleneck is to be removed by the USC’s new competence center named USC-Interior that, among other matters, will address the furniture supply issue of combat ships.
An insider in the corporation says the focus will be brought on domestic manufacturers.
"No one has set this decision aside, but that’s an old stuff, and it must be reconsidered. The people who approved it are no longer in office. In fact, now the decision does not have such force as it had at its signing. As a competence center, we’ll deal with that problem", assured the interviewee.Valery Butymov
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