Oboronprom

OPK Oboronprom (Russian: ОПК Оборонпром) was a Russian aerospace holding company. The company was involved in helicopter production, engine production, air-defenсe systems, complex radio-electronic systems and leasing. Russian Helicopters, Oboronprom’s helicopter manufacturing group is the leading Russian designer and manufacturer of rotary-wing aircraft equipment.

OPK Oboronprom
Open Joint Stock Company
IndustryDefence
Aerospace
Founded2002 (2002)
Defunct2018
Headquarters
Moscow
,
Russia
Productshelicopters, engines, air-defenсe systems
Revenue US$8.2 billion (2011)
US$0.6 billion (2011)
ParentRostec
SubsidiariesRussian Helicopters
United Engine Corporation
Websitewww.oboronprom.ru/en

Oboronprom was dissolved in January 2018. All of its assets were transferred to Rostec.[1]

Ownership

The capital structure of the company is as follows:[2]

Organisation

As of 2016, Oboronprom has stakes in or controls the following entities:[3]

  • Stankoprom
  • Avtocomponents
  • United Engine Corporation
  • Russian Helicopters
  • Stankoimport
  • St. Petersburg OJSC Red October
  • Ural Works of Civil Aviation
  • Center for Management of Non-core Assets OPK Oboronprom
  • Perm Motors - Real Estate
  • Savelovsky Machine Building Plant
  • Arsenyev Aviation Company Progress
  • Moscow Helicopter Plant
  • Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant
  • Stupino Machine-Building Production Enterprise
  • Kamov
  • Kazan Helicopter Plant
  • Moscow Machine Building Plant named after V.V. Chernyshev
  • Ufa Engine-Building Production Association
  • NPP Motor
  • JSC Kuznetsov
  • Helicopter Service Company
  • NPO Saturn
  • Klimov
  • Kumertau Aviation Production Enterprise
  • ODK-STAR
  • Aviadvigatel
  • Center of Technological Competence Blades of gas turbine engines
  • UDK-Perm Motors
  • Instrumental Plant-PM
  • REMOS-Perm Motors
  • Railwayman-Perm Motors
  • Metalist - Perm Motors
  • Energetik - Perm Motors
  • Motorservice-PM
  • ODK-Gas Turbines
  • Aviation gearboxes and transmissions - Perm motors
  • P.J.J. Ummels Beheer B.V.
  • ODK Gas Turbines B.V.
  • Metalist-Samara
  • Volzhsky Diesel named after Maminykh
  • MAG-RT
  • LIC Servicing Company
  • International Helicopter Programs
  • Integrated Helicopter Services
  • International RotorCraft Services FZC
  • Rostov Helicopter Production Complex
  • Rostvertol
  • BP Technologies
  • Procurement and Logistics Center
  • Omsk Motor-Building Design Bureau
  • Management Company Vereiskaya 29
  • 12 Aircraft Repair Plant
  • 356 aircraft repair plant
  • 419 aircraft repair plant
  • 150 aircraft repair plant
  • 810 aircraft repair plant
  • 218 Aviation Repair Plant
  • Aramil Aircraft Repair Plant
  • 570 aircraft repair plant
  • 712 Aircraft Repair Plant
  • Research and Production Center for Gas Turbine Construction Salyut
  • Kazan Optical and Mechanical Plant

Products

Helicopters

Russian Helicopters' products include:

A fifth generation helicopter is currently under development.[4]

See also

References

  1. ""Ростех" ликвидировал корпорацию "Оборонпром"". РИА Новости (in Russian). 11 January 2018. Retrieved 23 October 2018.
  2. "Share capital structure of the Company". Oboronprom. Retrieved 2012-09-11.
  3. "Список аффилированных лиц". Oboronprom. Retrieved 11 June 2017.
  4. Oleg Nekhai (17 May 2010). "Russia plans to develop fifth generation helicopter". Retrieved 29 September 2014.
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