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IRKUTSK

    IRKUTSK AVIATION PRODUCTION ASSOCIATION

IZHEVSK

    IZHEVSK MECHANICAL PLANT STATE ENTERPRISE

    IZHEVSK RADIO PLANT PRODUCTION ASSOCIATION

    IZHMASH PRODUCTION ASSOCIATION

    IZHSTAL PRODUCTION ASSOCIATION

    PROGRESS SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH TECHNICAL INSTITUTE


IRKUTSK

ENTERPRISE NAME: IRKUTSK AVIATION PRODUCTION ASSOCIATION

LAST UPDATE: April 1993

ALTERNATE NAMES: Irkutskoye aviatsionnoye PO; Irkutsk Aircraft Building Association

ADDRESS:

664020, Irkutsk, Russia

Irkutsk Aviation Production Association

Telephone: (011-7-3952) 42-14-50; Telex: N/A; Teletype: 231121 GROM; Fax: N/A; E-Mail:

GENERAL OVERVIEW: The Irkutsk Aviation Production Association, one of the oldest defense enterprises of the Transbaykal region, builds the Su-27 Flanker trainer. Since becoming a joint-stock firm it has aggressively sought to expand its civil and consumer product lines while maintaining some aircraft production.

PRIMARY BUSINESS: Branch: Aircraft; SIC Code: 3721

FORMER MINISTRY SUBORDINATION: Ministry of the Aviation Industry

APPROXIMATE EMPLOYMENT: Total: 14,072; Date: 1992

PRINCIPAL OFFICERS:

Gennadiy Nikolayevich Gorbunov, Director

Aleksey I. Fedorov, Chief Engineer

OWNERSHIP: Joint stock

YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1932

MILITARY PRODUCT LINES: Su-27 Flanker trainer

CIVIL PRODUCT LINES: Civil aircraft; hang-gliders; ferrous and non-ferrous metals casting and founding; sanitary engineering equipment; cut wood products; equipment for public catering enterprises; numerous types of consumer goods including sports, hunting and camping equipment and dishwashers.

KEY TECHNOLOGIES/EQUIPMENT EMPLOYED: N/A

CONVERSION PROJECTS: Irkutsk is the planned location for construction of the Be-200 turbofan seaplane. This aircraft, designed by the Beriyev Design Bureau in Taganrog, is configured for firefighting and crop dusting but could be converted to either a passenger or transport aircraft. It is a reduced-scale derivative of the military A-40 Albatross seaplane.

HUMAN RESOURCES SUPPORT: Irkutsk provides housing for its workforce and maintains numerous education and recreational facilities.

OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION: Irkutsk is one of the partners in a CIS-Swiss joint venture known as Beta Air which is to manufacture and market the Be-200. Irkutsk is looking for other joint ventures which would expand its technical and management expertise.

IZHEVSK

ENTERPRISE NAME: IZHEVSK MECHANICAL PLANT STATE ENTERPRISE

LAST UPDATE: April 1993

ALTERNATE NAMES: GP "Izhevskiy mekhanicheskiy zavod," Izhevskiy mekhanicheskiy zavod imeni 60-letiya Soyuza SSR, Izhmekh.

ADDRESS:

426063 Izhevsk, Russia (Republic of Udmurtia)

Ulitsa Promyshlennaya, 8

Izhevsk Mechanical Plant State Enterprise

Telephone: (011-7-3412) 75-37-35, 76-58-55, 77-44-04, 75-56-62; Telex: 255111 BAIKL SU; Teletype: 255132 SHCHIT, 255191 BAIKAL; Fax: (011-7-3412) 76-58-90, 76-32-74; E-Mail:

GENERAL OVERVIEW: Izhevsk Mechanical Plant is a leading enterprise in the Udmurt Republic, an autonomous region with a heavy concentration of military industries. Izhevsk produces assault rifles--most notably the AK-47 and its successors--and antitank and tactical surface-to-air missiles for Russian forces. Among its civilian goods, Izhevsk is best known for its production of rifles and pistols for both hunting and sporting purposes. Izhevsk produces over 2,000 variations on 25 basic models of rifles and pistols. Other civilian goods produced at the plant include motorcycle engines and automobile axles. The Izhevsk plant was founded in 1942 with production equipment evacuated from Tula and Podolsk.

PRIMARY BUSINESS: Small arms, missiles; SIC Code: 3484, 3519, 3714, 3761

FORMER MINISTRY SUBORDINATION: Ministry of the Defense Industry

APPROXIMATE EMPLOYMENT: N/A

PRINCIPAL OFFICERS:

Vasily Sergeyevich Chuguyevsky, General Director

Emil Khadzhiyevich Mulyukov, Chief Designer

Vladimir Nikiforovich Churakov, Chief,

Department of Scientific, Technical and Economic

Information

OWNERSHIP: State-controlled. Has reportedly been privatized.

YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1942

MILITARY PRODUCT LINES: Antitank missiles, Igla-type surface to air missiles, small arms.

CIVIL PRODUCT LINES: Hunting and sporting rifles, pistols, air rifles and pistols, motorcycle engines, automobile axles, milk packaging machines.

KEY TECHNOLOGIES/EQUIPMENT EMPLOYED: Izhevsk utilizes automated lines, multipurpose machine tools with numerical program control, and boring machine tools. While some of these machine tools are of Western design, most are produced in the plant's tool production facility. Izhevsk makes cutting and auxiliary tools, gauges and attachments, molds and dies, and high-precision attachments. These are often supplied to other Russian plants as well. The plant has also developed production processes for semiconductor technology for microcircuits, highly sensitive transducers, and high power industrial lasers. Izhevsk's foundry is capable of steel casting, powder metallurgy, and casting from non-ferrous alloys by various methods--including centrifugal casting. The plant also runs the Izhevsk Mechanical Institute, from which many of its skilled employees have graduated.

CONVERSION PROJECTS: The plant is attempting to compensate for reduced military orders by increasing its manufacture of civilian goods, which formerly accounted for less than 1/3 of total production. The plant is now assembling automobile components for a new vehicle, the Izh-2126 Orbita, and is adding floorspace for increased motorcycle engine production. Some of the plant's capacity for producing high-technology items is now directed towards making such new products as electrocardiostimulators, transistorized switches, turn signals for cars, hunting cartridges, and electric motors for household appliances. The plant currently also produces 3,000 Yugdon general-purpose kitchen appliances per month, as well as household computers, computer games, laser disc players, linoleum production lines, and gyroscopes. Izhevsk is developing alarm systems for cars and homes.

HUMAN RESOURCES SUPPORT: The plant maintains a considerable social infrastructure for its employees.

OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION: Currently over 30 countries import Izhevsk-produced firearms, which have won 12 gold medals and certificates in international competition. The plant has set up a small enterprise named 'Strela' to handle orders for its civilian small arms.

ENTERPRISE NAME: IZHEVSK RADIO PLANT PRODUCTION ASSOCIATION

LAST UPDATE: June 1994

ALTERNATE NAMES: PO "Izhevskiy radiozavod"

ADDRESS:

426004, Izhevsk, Russia

Ulitsa Bazisnaya, 19

Izhevsk Radio Plant Production Association

Telephone: (011-7-3412) 23-05-50, 23-05-49; Telex: 255127 SHHUN; Teletype: 255147 SHHUNA; Fax: (011-7-3412) 75-65-55

GENERAL OVERVIEW: The Izhevsk Radio Plant Production Association, a producer of instrumentation for the Soviet military and space programs, currently produces satellite navigation and communications systems, telemetry systems, and radio equipment for civilian uses, as well as medical equipment and other products.

PRIMARY BUSINESS: Branch: Electronics; SIC Code: 3251, 3259, 3272, 3548, 3651, 3663, 3812, 3823, 3825, 3841, 4899

FORMER MINISTRY SUBORDINATION: Ministry of General Machine-building

APPROXIMATE EMPLOYMENT: N/A

PRINCIPAL OFFICERS:

Valeriy Aleksandrovich Shutov, Director

OWNERSHIP: State-controlled

YEAR ESTABLISHED: N/A

MILITARY PRODUCT LINES: Military and space instrument building

CIVIL PRODUCT LINES: N/A

KEY TECHNOLOGIES/EQUIPMENT EMPLOYED: N/A

CONVERSION PROJECTS: The Izhevsk Radio Plant now produces radio electronic equipment for civilian use such as satellite marine navigation systems, telemetric information transmission systems, satellite communications systems, walkie-talkies for police, laptop computers, household stereophonic equipment, and radios. The plant has also branched out into fields outside of radio electronics such as electronic equipment for textile looms, medical equipment including needles for disposable hypodermic syringes, portable gas welding equipment, and bricks.

HUMAN RESOURCES SUPPORT: N/A

OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION: The Izhevsk Radio Plant has recently put into operation a brickmaking plant that is designed to produce 30 million bricks per year on its automated production lines. It has also commissioned one of its shops to produce 200 million disposable syringe needles in collaboration with a neighboring motorcycle plant.

ENTERPRISE NAME: IZHMASH PRODUCTION ASSOCIATION

LAST UPDATE: June 1994

ALTERNATE NAMES: PO "Izhmash" imeni D.F. Ustinova. Key facility: Izhevsk Machine-Building Plant (Izhevsk mashinostroitelnyy zavod).

ADDRESS:

426006, Izhevsk, Russia (Republic of Udmurtia)

Proyzed Deryabina, 3

Izhmash Production Association

Telephone: (011-7-3142) 69-58-00, 77-17-42, 78-20-65; 77-14-42 (Director); Telex: 255113 URAL; Fax: N/A

GENERAL OVERVIEW: Izhmash is one of the largest Russian producers of artillery, small arms, and motorcycles. It was founded in 1760 as a gun factory. The main development of this factory began at the end of the 19th century, with further expansion occurring during the early 1930s. By 1939 the factory was divided into two separate facilities: a metallurgical production plant (now the Izhstal Production Association) and an arms production plant (Izhmash). During World War II Izhmash was one of the major arms suppliers to the Red Army of anti-tank rifles, 45mm anti-tank guns, submachine guns, and pistols. In 1946 captured German motorcycle production equipment was installed and the plant began to build motorcycles.

PRIMARY BUSINESS: Branch: Artillery, small arms; SIC Code: 3484, 3489, 3523, 3556, 3714, 3825

FORMER MINISTRY SUBORDINATION: Ministry of the Defense Industry

APPROXIMATE EMPLOYMENT: N/A

PRINCIPAL OFFICERS:

Oleg Ignatyevich Sobin, Director

Nikolay Bezborodov, Chief Weapons Designer

OWNERSHIP: State-controlled

YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1760

MILITARY PRODUCT LINES: Small arms including machine guns and pistols.

CIVIL PRODUCT LINES: Motorcycles; automobiles; trucks; spare parts for automobiles, motorcycles; rotor and rotor-conveyor lines for diary products; automotive electrical components; sporting rifles and pistols.

KEY TECHNOLOGIES/EQUIPMENT EMPLOYED: Izhevsk has constructed some of its own machine tools for production of motorcycles.

CONVERSION PROJECTS: Production lines for the manufacture of linoleum.

HUMAN RESOURCES SUPPORT: N/A

OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION: Izhmash remains an important supplier of military small arms and has recently introduced a new assault rifle model, the "Abakan." It also continues to be a major producer of sporting rifles and pistols.

ENTERPRISE NAME: IZHSTAL PRODUCTION ASSOCIATION

LAST UPDATE: April 1993

ALTERNATE NAMES: PO "Izhstal;" PO "Izhstal" imeni 50-Letiya SSSR, Izhevsk Steel Production Association. Key facility: Metallurgicheskiy zavod "Izhstal" (Izhevsk Steel-Making Plant)

ADDRESS:

426006, Izhevsk, Russia (Republic of Udmurtia)

Izhstal Production Association

Telephone: (011-7-3412) 77-28-52, 77-44-10; Telex: N/A; Teletype: 255105 STAN; Fax: N/A

GENERAL OVERVIEW: The Izhstal plant is one of the oldest facilities in Russia. It has produced steel and metallurgical products for arms production since 1760. It is co-located with the Izhevsk Machine-Building Plant, an arms production facility, and serves as the Machine-Building Plant's sole supplier of metallurgical products. Between 1990 and 1992 Izhstal reportedly converted 85 percent of its military production into civil work.

PRIMARY BUSINESS: Branch: Metallurgy; SIC Code: 2514, 3221, 3229, 3291, 3312, 3315, 3316, 3423, 3429, 3465, 3493, 3496, 3499, 3544, 3799, 3949, 3961

FORMER MINISTRY SUBORDINATION: Ministry of the Defense Industry

APPROXIMATE EMPLOYMENT: N/A

PRINCIPAL OFFICERS:

Anatoliy Ivanovich Zhuravlev, Director

OWNERSHIP: State-controlled

YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1760

MILITARY PRODUCT LINES: Specialty steels for the arms industry

CIVIL PRODUCT LINES: Wires; ferrous rolled stock; steel; steel rolled stock; steel strip; automobile accessories for passenger cars; thermos flasks; furniture; beds with semi-soft backs; garden and farming implements; locks; ironmongery; souvenirs; athletic goods; tooling; abrasive materials; glass and crystal vessels

KEY TECHNOLOGIES/EQUIPMENT EMPLOYED: Steel production equipment including open hearth furnaces and casting machines; computerized electroslag remelting control process.

CONVERSION PROJECTS: N/A

HUMAN RESOURCES SUPPORT: N/A

OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION: N/A

ENTERPRISE NAME: PROGRESS SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE

LAST UPDATE: September 1993

ALTERNATE NAMES: NI Tekhnologicheskiy Institut (NITI) "Progress"

ADDRESS:

426000, Izhevsk, Russia (Republic of Udmurtia)

Ulitsa Pushkinitsa, 268

Progress Scientific Research Technological Institute

Telephone: (011-7-3412) 23-01-11 (Director), 23-03-43 (Commercial Director); Telex: N/A; Teletype: 255121 MAYAK; Fax: (011-7-3412) 22-80-90

GENERAL OVERVIEW: The Progress Scientific Research Technological Institute develops industrial production technology, such as assembly lines and production machinery. It also manufactures some products of its own. It previously worked primarily for the Ministry of the Defense Industry but reportedly converted 71 percent of its work to civilian applications between 1990 and 1992.

PRIMARY BUSINESS: Branch: Production technology; SIC Code: 2514, 3535, 3541, 3542, 3548, 3564, 3625, 3821, 3823

FORMER MINISTRY SUBORDINATION: Ministry of the Defense Industry

APPROXIMATE EMPLOYMENT: N/A

PRINCIPAL OFFICERS:

Aleksandr Valerianovich Fedorov, Director

Stanislav Stepanovich Muratov, Commercial

Director

OWNERSHIP: State-controlled

YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1959

MILITARY PRODUCT LINES: Support to military products manufacturing.

CIVIL PRODUCT LINES: Hand and edge tools; metal cutting machine tools; welding machines; special industrial machines; laboratory apparatus and furniture; industrial manipulators and robots; automatic production lines; semi-automatic production lines for metal-processing; automated numerically-controlled machine installations.

KEY TECHNOLOGIES/EQUIPMENT EMPLOYED: N/A

CONVERSION PROJECTS: N/A

HUMAN RESOURCES SUPPORT: N/A

OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION: N/A




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