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Vladimir Turetskiy

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Vladimir Turetskiy (1914 - 1996) was a talented organizer of handling mechanization in the ports, an innovator, an Honored Worker of the Soviet Navy, the Head of Odesa port mechanization department, co-author of textbooks for maritime schools, a veteran of World War II.

 

He played a significant role in the revolution of mechanization of waterfronts when Odesa port one of the first in the Soviet Union began to receive the gantry cranes. In the 60's and early 70's it was the first ones, not yet tested, the Hungarian "Ganz" and the German "Albrecht". Many of these cranes mounted in times of Turetskiy are still functioning properly and organically supplement industrial landscape of the port, so much loved by the citizens.

 

On the account of Turetskiy as an innovator, there are numerous advanced technical and technological solutions, innovations, economic efficiency of which totaled millions of rubles.

One of his the most important developments was made in collaboration with the "Lenmorniiproekt" and "Chernomorniiproekt" - the technology of handling raw sugar from tanker vessels usinggrain pump (in order that ships carrying oil to Cuba did not made empty voyages on the way back they were loaded with sugar cane).

 

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