Monthly Archives: June 2013
The developer of the Marine Corps fighting machine can be KAMAZ. The Russian Defense Ministry has announced a tender for the creation of the Marine Corps fighting machine. One of the main odds-on favourites is called KAMAZ. The revolutionism of the problem lies in the fact that for the first time in Russia a floating fighting machine is designed specifically for the fleet, and it is not remade from a land one.
The customer is willing to pay 40 million rubles. The deadline for documentation – from June 14 to July 15, 2013. The work should be completed by November 25. During this time it is necessary to conduct a complex of research works to find the most effective ways to create a unified platform, as well as combat and support vehicles at its base to equip the Marine Corps.
Eastern Command integrated combined arms force located in the Amur region got the first batch of 10 KAMAZ vehicles.
By the end of 2013 the military units located in the Amur region, should get more than 130 units of new vehicles. It’s KAMAZ-53501and KAMAZ-65117 three-axle heavy vehicles and automobiles URAL-4320 of high lifting capacity and cross-country type with enhanced engines, designed for people transportation, transportation of various cargo, weapons, ammunition and special equipment.
Oboronprom together with its partners from Switzerland plans to set up production of metalworking equipment at Oboronprom’s enterprises, Georg Fischer Group, Galika AG and Codere S.A., Russian online daily publication Money Journal writes.
90% of EDM market in Russia today is imported. During the first stage of the production of high-tech EDM equipment an anchor assembly is scheduled to begin, and then to implement the deeper localization of production. As a platform for co-production “Savelovskiy Machine-Building Plant” in Kimri has been selected. Today it is a full-scale production, which is engaged in machine tools manufacturing.
National center for unmanned aircraft will be established in Russia in 2014. This information was published on the website of the Defense Ministry plan to implement the program by presidential decree of May 7, 2012.According to the document nine new scientific research organizations of the Defense Ministry will be opened in the Russian Federation in 2017.
As part of perspective military research and development system Chief research-and-development Testing Center of robotic technology and perspective military research and development system will be opened the next year. All four military districts of the Russian Federation will have their own center of innovation.
As a continuation of cooperation with companies of oil and gas industry, the company “GrandMotors” completed manufacturing of special containers “Sever” with large, high-tech equipment of water treatment plants.
Stationary heat and sound insulation containers “Sever” of “GrandMotors” production are intended to ensure reliable operation of the equipment under adverse environmental conditions, including the Arctic climate where the temperature drops to -60 ° C. To do this, each container has special insulation.
New equipment of “ALNAS” Almetyevsky factory (“Riemera” group of companies) has successfully worked 180 days and continues to produce oil at the wells of enterprise ” Slavneft-Megionneftegaz”.
Pumping units with compression schemes have been developed specifically for use in complicated well stock with a high content of salts and impurities. According to the press service of the company, the upgraded circuit assembly and use of impellor working elements made of wear-resistant cast iron “Ni-Resist” made it possible to increase the stability of pumping systems to abrasion. As a result, the life of the equipment increased 2-3 times as compared to conventional pumps, and energy efficiency was increased by 10-15%.
“MORSHANSKHIMMASH” (NOVAEM holding) manufactured and shipped large-sized capacitive equipment for Henkel.
Silos with volume of 150 and 80 cubic meters are intended for storage of polymeric materials. The first order of its kind “MORSHANSKHIMMASH” performed for the German company more than a year ago. After assembly and installation the customer sent a letter of thanks, which was the beginning of a long-term cooperation.
Initially, the silos design was created by German specialists and then the designers of “MORSHANSKHIMMASH” worked with the technical documentation. This became possible thanks to many years of experience of capacitive equipment manufacturing (including non-standard).
About 100 new defense infrastructure facilities, including airfields and Army and Navy maintenance and supply bases, will be built in Russia to accommodate new weapon systems.
By 2016, 316 garrison towns are to be built, their number due to increase to 495 by 2020, said General Valery Gerasimov, chief of the General Staff of Russia’s Armed Forces, adding that more than 3,000 facilities, including barracks, parking lots, cafeterias, etc., would be built in those locations.
All of those facilities will be put into operation months before new arms and military equipment are delivered, he said. Other installations are slated to include air, land and naval test sites and advanced training centers.
All of that will help significantly enhance personnel training standards and make the Armed Forces more efficient, Gerasimov said.
Russia will supply over 10 fully armed and equipped Mi-28NE Night Hunter attack helicopters to Iraq under a multi-billion dollar agreement.
Russia and Iraq signed a $4.3 billion agreement on cooperation in the defense and technology sector in 2012, and this is the first time the number of Night Hunters under the contract has been disclosed.
Alexander Mikheyev, deputy general director at Russia’s state arms exporter Rosoboronexport, said that the helicopter contract also covers pilot and technical personnel training and the delivery of essential weapons systems. This is the first contract with Iraq under the package agreement, he added.
Russia has begun delivering tanks, artillery cannons and rocket launchers worth $1 billion to Azerbaijan.
The arms package, signed in a series of contracts between 2011 and 2012, includes nearly 100 T-90C tanks, Smerch and TOS-1A multiple rocket launchers and Msta-A and Vena artillery cannons, said Ruslan Pukhov, director of defense think tank CAST.
Russia has almost completed deliveries of a previous, larger package, estimated by CAST as worth $2 billion to $3 billion and including S-300 missile systems and attack helicopters. Azerbaijan has also announced a $1.6 billion arms deal with Israel.