Rosoboronexport will partner aircraft manufacturers to establish service centers for maintenance and repair of Russian aircraft and helicopters in several regions of the world.
It includes the framework of offset agreements with the attraction of local companies and appropriate transfer of technology, the company announced Wednesday.
Such helicopter repair service centers are being established in Brazil, Venezuela and Peru and aircraft repair service centers in Vietnam, India, Myanmar and China.
Prospects for building service centers are also being actively discussed with other Rosoboronexport’s partner countries, including the European countries, where Russian aircraft are currently in service.
“We have managed to gain a foothold in new markets, regain our lost positions in a number of countries and continue to intensely develop military-technical cooperation with our traditional partners.” said Ivan Goncharenko, Rosoboronexport’s first deputy general director was quoted as saying in the statement.
Servicing and maintenance of Russian weapons and platforms has been a sore point with many of Rosoboronexport customers.
The Indian Navy has issued a request for information to DCNS, Rosoboronexport, Lockheed Martin and BAE Systems for designing its 65000 ton future aircraft carrier. The carrier is intended to be 300 meters long, capable of a top speed of 30 knots besides being equipped with an electromagnetic aircraft launch system (EMALS) as an option, Indian media reported today
Rosoboronexport has exported over US$21 billion worth naval hardware over the past 15 years and is currently processing an order book worth US$5 billion. The Russian state intermediary agency for export and import services announced Wednesday that it has delivered over 40 pieces of equipment, of which one third is accounted for by submarines and the remaining by surface ships and boats
Russian Rosoboronexport is hoping to attract buyers from Middle Eastern countries at the Dubai Air Show. The company is showcasing major aerial and AD systems that include Su-35 and MiG-29M/M2 multi-role fighters, Yak-130 combat-trainer, IL-76MD-90A military transport aircraft, Ka-52 attack helicopter, Mi-35M transport-combat helicopter, Mi-17 military transport helicopters, and various AD systems that include Pantsir-S1 missile and gun complex and hopes to get export orders in the region, Rosoboronexport said in a statement Friday
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