Russian Helicopters Drives Industry Modernization

By Staff Writer | March 6, 2014
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Russian Helicopters, a subsidiary of Oboronprom, part of State Corporation Rostec, is continuing to modernize its production capacity under the Federal Targeted Program Developing the Military Industrial Complex in the Russian Federation 2011-2020.
In this latest phase of modernization, the Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant, a Russian Helicopters company, is launching a program to re-tool and upgrade its production facilities. The first stage involves modernizing and expanding production of protective coatings.
Launching protective coating production involves the comprehensive modernization of key parts of the manufacturing process, such as chemical processing and the application of chemical, electro-chemical and paint coatings on helicopter components. 

Project implementation will involve re-tooling the plant’s production base, purchasing and installing technological and auxiliary equipment, and carrying out design and survey work. This will optimize processes, reduce load flow, implement the latest technical control parameters, and improve environmental safety levels. 

U-UAZ workshop. Photo courtesy of Russian Helicopters

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