Competitiveness assessment of ship repair enterprises in the coastal region

T.V. Turchaninova, V.E. Khrapov, A.M. Vasiliev, Yu. F. Kuranov


The purpose of the article is to determine the conditions and assess the factors contributing to the competitiveness of machine-building enterprises with single and small-scale production in the field of ship repair and other infrastructure activities in the coastal region. The theoretical foundations for assessing the competitiveness of market economy subjects are examined, various methods of this assessment are investigated, and their positive and negative sides are revealed.

An analysis of the basic foundations of the formation of competitiveness of shipyards in the coastal region (Murmansk region) was made in the process of the study. The author's technique is developed using quality indicators for assessing the competitiveness of ship-repair enterprises. The calculation of the competitiveness of these enterprises using the rating of quality indicators was made, the directions of its increase were determined. The proposed author's method allows to evaluate the ratings of ship repair enterprises used by shipowners when placing orders.

The methods of induction, deduction, comparison and synthesis were used in the article; analysis of the competitiveness of ship repair enterprises as participants in the spatial interaction of enterprises providing marine economic activities and other infrastructure coastal enterprises was carried out using the above methods.

Improving the competitiveness of ship repair enterprises will create conditions for increasing the spatial interaction of business entities of the fisheries complex, primarily, increasing the number of visits of fishing vessels to the Murmansk Sea Port. Returning the fishing fleet to service in the city of Murmansk will create additional jobs in all infrastructure enterprises (transshipment facilities, refrigeration facilities, ship repair, bunkering and supply), receive additional financial resources in budgets of all levels, and increase the participation of the fishing industry in the implementation of the country's Food Security Doctrine.

Palabras clave

ship repair enterprises, single and small-scale production, competitiveness, spatial interaction, coastal regions, marine economic activity.

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