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REZH

    REZH MECHANICAL PLANT

ROSTOV-ON-DON

    ROSTVERTOL HELICOPTER PRODUCTION ENTERPRISE

RUBTSOVSK

    ALTAY AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY PLANT

RYBINSK

    RYBINSK MOTOR-BUILDING DESIGN BUREAU

    RYBINSK MOTOR-BUILDING PLANT


REZH

ENTERPRISE NAME: REZH MECHANICAL PLANT

LAST UPDATE:

ALTERNATE NAMES: Rezhevskiy mekhanicheskiy zavod

ADDRESS:

623730, Rezh, Russia

Ulitsa Sovetskaya, 9

Rezh Mechanical Plant

Telephone: (011-7-34364) 2-93-08, 2-95-19, 2-95-40 (Office of Commercial Director); Telex: N/A; Teletype: 721165 RUBIN; Fax: (011-7-34364) 2-14-79

GENERAL OVERVIEW: Until 1989, about 95 percent of the Rezh Mechanical Plant's output was metal goods for the Ministry of Defense. The Rezh plant now consists of 20 separate enterprises producing a wide variety of civilian products.

PRIMARY BUSINESS: Branch: Metal products; SIC Code: 2511, 2514, 3269, 3291, 3421, 3423, 3444, 3448, 3469, 3496, 3523, 3524, 3533, 3546, 3553, 3621, 3631, 3634, 3914, 3944, 3961

FORMER MINISTRY SUBORDINATION: Ministry of the Defense Industry

APPROXIMATE EMPLOYMENT: N/A

PRINCIPAL OFFICERS:

Petr Sergeyevich Kiyashko, Director

V.A. Tkachuk, Commercial Director

OWNERSHIP: State-controlled

YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1772

MILITARY PRODUCT LINES: Metal goods.

CIVIL PRODUCT LINES: Oil industry equipment; agricultural equipment, such as shovels, hoes, mower engines, and spare parts; small machinery for wood and stone processing; electrical apparatus; consumer items such as silverware, haberdashery articles, cutlery, kitchen utensils, tea and coffee sets, gas stoves, silver and nickel jewelry, and furniture sets.

KEY TECHNOLOGIES/EQUIPMENT EMPLOYED: N/A

CONVERSION PROJECTS: Rezh's principal conversion projects are manufacturing of gas stoves and production of low horsepower engines and electrical engines for use in cultivators and greenhouses.

HUMAN RESOURCES SUPPORT: N/A

OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION: N/A

ROSTOV-ON-DON

ENTERPRISE NAME: ROSTVERTOL HELICOPTER PRODUCTION ENTERPRISE

LAST UPDATE: September 1993

ALTERNATE NAMES: Rostovskoye vertoletnoye proizvodstvennoye predpriyatiye (RVPP); Rostov Helicopter Production Enterprise (RHPE); Rostov Helicopter Manufacturing Enterprise (RHME).

ADDRESS:

344038, Rostov-on-Don, Russia

Ulitsa Novatorov, 5

Rostvertol

Telephone: (011-7-8632) 31-74-93, 31-75-94, 31-73-71, 31-73-78, 31-72-21; Telex: 123125 GROM; Fax: (011-7-8632) 31-00-39, 31-74-91

GENERAL OVERVIEW: Rostvertol has been producing helicopters designed by the Mil design bureau since 1956 and is a world leader in the manufacture of heavy-lift helicopters. It built the Mi-6 Hook and Mi-10 Harke heavy-lift helicopters and now builds the Mi-26 Halo. It also produced the Mi-25 and Mi-35 Hind combat attack helicopters and reportedly is ready to build the Mi-28 Havoc. The plant also produces substantial quantities of helicopter rotor blades and consumer goods.

PRIMARY BUSINESS: Helicopter manufacture; SIC Code: 3721, 3728, 3792, 3799, 3949, 3999

FORMER MINISTRY SUBORDINATION: Ministry of the Aviation Industry

APPROXIMATE EMPLOYMENT: Total: 13,000; Date: 1993

PRINCIPAL OFFICERS:

Mikhail Vasilyevich Nagibin, General Director

Eduard Pashkin, Deputy General Director

Vyacheslav Vladimirovich Dyatlov, Technical

Director

Vladimir V. Karlov, Deputy Chief Designer

B. Slyusar, Commercial Director

V. Bulko, Director of Production

V. Kopylov, Director of Economics

Viktor Kostenko, Chief of Personnel Department

OWNERSHIP: Joint-stock

YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1939

MILITARY PRODUCT LINES: Mi-26 heavy transport helicopters; helicopter rotor blades.

CIVIL PRODUCT LINES: Mi-26T "Strekoza" (Dragonfly) multipurpose heavy transport helicopters (lifting capacity 20 tons); helicopter rotor blades.

KEY TECHNOLOGIES/EQUIPMENT EMPLOYED: Metallurgical work (casting, molding, stamping of steel and magnesium and aluminum alloys); machining and assembly of parts; pressworking and blank preparation (laying out and blanking of sheet metals on copy-milling and numerical-controlled layout machines, parts molding by elastic medium on presses with high specific pressure, stretch-forming, stamping on mechanical and hydraulic presses); welding (argon-arc welding of steel, aluminum, titanium, stainless steel, and magnesium alloys; automatic submerged argon-arc welding); adhesive bonding; heat-treatment; coatings (anodizing of aluminum alloys; plating with cadmium, zinc, chromium, and copper); composite rotor blade production (machining and heat treatment of spars; manufacture of honeycomb blocks; shaping and facing of blade leading edge portion; adhesive bonding of blades).

CONVERSION PROJECTS: Rostvertol has begun production of vacation travel trailers, equipment for dairy farms, and audio cassettes, and reportedly is preparing to produce Heineman-type light trailers.

HUMAN RESOURCES SUPPORT: Rostvertol has recreational complexes and supports children's pre-school institutions, a cultural center, sports club, hunting ground, and other such social activities.

OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION: Rostvertol is a member of Aviakadry, a personnel training association that serves aviation industry enterprises and organizations in Russia and other CIS states. It is participating in development of the Mi-46, a helicopter with a 10-12 ton payload intended to replace the Mi-6 and Mi-10K. It reportedly has become a member of the American Helicopter Society, and plant officials have visited U.S. helicopter companies.

RUBTSOVSK

ENTERPRISE NAME: ALTAY AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY PLANT

LAST UPDATE: April 1993

ALTERNATE NAMES: Zavod "Altayselmash"

ADDRESS:

658202, Rubtsovsk, Russia (Altay Kray)

Ulitsa Krasnaya, 100

Altay Agricultural Machinery Plant

Telephone: (011-7-38557) 2-79-59, 2-30-57; Telex: N/A; Teletype: 233538, 233553 KORPUS; Fax: N/A

GENERAL OVERVIEW: This plant is a producer of light armored vehicles for the military and farm machinery for the civilian sector. The Altay region's first holding company, Altayselmashkholding, is based at the Altayselmash Plant.

PRIMARY BUSINESS: Branch: Armored vehicles; SIC Code: 3711

FORMER MINISTRY SUBORDINATION: Ministry of the Defense Industry, Ministry of Automobile and Agricultural Machine-Building

APPROXIMATE EMPLOYMENT: Total: 6,000; Date: 1992

PRINCIPAL OFFICERS:

Viktor Konstantinovich Tolstov, General Director

V. Z. Tsygankov, Commercial Director

OWNERSHIP: State-controlled

YEAR ESTABLISHED: N/A

MILITARY PRODUCT LINES: Light armored vehicles.

CIVIL PRODUCT LINES: Farm machinery, including plows, harrows, and cultivators.

KEY TECHNOLOGIES/EQUIPMENT EMPLOYED: N/A

CONVERSION PROJECTS: N/A

HUMAN RESOURCES SUPPORT: N/A

OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION: By September 1992 the "Altayselmashkholding" company had been established in Rubtsovsk by 25 joint stock companies, centering specifically on the Agricultural Machinery Plant.

RYBINSK

ENTERPRISE NAME: RYBINSK MOTOR-BUILDING DESIGN BUREAU

LAST UPDATE: September 1993

ALTERNATE NAMES: Rybinskoye konstructorskoye byuro motorstroyeniya, Rybinsk Engine-Building Design Bureau, Rybinsk Design Bureau of Motor-Building

ADDRESS:

152903, Rybinsk, Russia

Prospekt Lenina, 179

Rybinsk Motor-Building Design Bureau

Telephone: (011-7-08537) 4-31-44; Telex: N/A; Teletype: 270602; Fax: (011-7-08537) 2-37-33, 2-04-95

GENERAL OVERVIEW: The Rybinsk Design Bureau of Motor Building is the current name of the aircraft engine design organization formerly known as the Kolesov Engine Design Bureau. Kolesov took over the organization from V.A. Dobrynin who founded it in the late 1930s or early 1940s. Under Kolesov's direction, the bureau designed turbojet engines for the Myasishchev M-50 Bounder experimental supersonic bomber, turbojets for the Tu-22 Blinder medium bomber, RD-36-35FVR lift engines for the Yak-38 Forger, RD-36-51A supersonic engines for the Tu-144 SST, RD-36-51V engines for the Myasishchev M-17 Mystic, and lift engines for the Yak-141 Freestyle. The Rybinsk design bureau is currently working on two core engines that can be adapted to a variety of applications. The D-277 is a large turbofan intended for use in the next generation of Russian civil transport aircraft currently in development, including the Tu-334-II, Yak-46, and An-180. The TVD-1500 is being developed as a turboshaft engine for the Ka-62 helicopter and as a turboprop for the An-38 medium transport and the Su-80 medium-range utility aircraft. The design bureau is collocated with the Rybinsk Motor-Building Plant, but the two organizations are involved in different projects.

PRIMARY BUSINESS: Branch: Aircraft engine design; SIC Code: 3724

FORMER MINISTRY SUBORDINATION: Ministry of the Aviation Industry

APPROXIMATE EMPLOYMENT: N/A

PRINCIPAL OFFICERS:

Aleksandr S. Novikov, Managing Director and

Chief Designer

OWNERSHIP: State-controlled

YEAR ESTABLISHED: N/A

MILITARY PRODUCT LINES: Designs for the VD-7M, RD-36-35, and RD-41 aircraft engines.

CIVIL PRODUCT LINES: Designs for the D-227 and TVD-1500 aircraft engines.

KEY TECHNOLOGIES/EQUIPMENT EMPLOYED: Carbon-carbon composites, silicon-based ceramics (silicon carbide/silicon nitride), and pyrolytic carbide coatings for application in gas-turbine engines.

CONVERSION PROJECTS: Designs for the D-227 and TVD-1500 engines.

HUMAN RESOURCES SUPPORT: N/A

OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION: The Rybinsk design bureau is involved in research into nonmetallic materials conducted jointly with the Obninsk Scientific Production Association (silicon-based materials) and with the Moscow Grafit research firm (carbon-carbon materials). The bureau is a partner in the RosAn Scientific Production Association (an association of the Antonov, Rybinsk, and Stupino design bureaus with the Novosibirsk Aviation and Tyumen Motor-Building Production Associations) to co-produce the An-38 short/medium range transport. RosAn has petitioned the Budget Commission of the Supreme Soviet to include the An-38 in its budget.

ENTERPRISE NAME: RYBINSK MOTOR-BUILDING PLANT

LAST UPDATE: September 1993

ALTERNATE NAMES: Rybinsky motorstroitelny zavod, Rybinsk Engine-Building Plant

ADDRESS:

152903, Rybinsk, Russia

Rybinsk Motor-Building Plant

Telephone: (011-7-08537) 4-30-00; Telex: N/A; Teletype: 270692 SATURN; FAX: (011-7-08537) 6-23-98

GENERAL OVERVIEW: The Rybinsk Motor-Building Plant produces aircraft engines designed by the Perm Aviadvigatel Scientific Production Association. Three versions of the D-30 engine (D-30-KU, D-30-KP, D-30-KU-154) comprise the bulk of Rybinsk's production effort. The variants of the D-30 produced at Rybinsk power the Il-62 Classic, the Il-76 Candid and the Tu-154 Careless. The plant also produces the D-65 diesel engine as well as snowmobiles and milk separators.

PRIMARY BUSINESS: Branch: Aircraft engine construction; SIC Code: 3724

FORMER MINISTRY SUBORDINATION: Ministry of the Aviation Industry

APPROXIMATE EMPLOYMENT: Total: 10,000; Date: 1991

PRINCIPAL OFFICERS:

Valeriy N. Anikin, General Director

OWNERSHIP: State-controlled

YEAR ESTABLISHED: N/A

MILITARY PRODUCT LINES: D-30-KP engines for the Il-76 Candid.

CIVIL PRODUCT LINES: D-30-KU engines for the Il-62 Classic and D-30-KU-154 engines for the Tu-154 Careless; snowmobiles; milk separators.

KEY TECHNOLOGIES/EQUIPMENT EMPLOYED: The plant utilizes production lines of western machine tools, some of which are CNC controlled. The plant has the ability to forge turbine blades and to do electrochemical machining but has no specialized welding facilities.

CONVERSION PROJECTS: The plant is currently designing upgrades to its current product line instead of introducing new products.

HUMAN RESOURCES SUPPORT: N/A

OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION: The Rybinsk Motor-Building Plant is involved in the overhaul and refurbishment of the engines it produces. The plant is also involved in Inversia Air, a Latvian freight transport company operating four Il-76 aircraft. The Rybinsk plant, the Mazeikiai Oil Processing Plant (in Lithuania), and the Latvian agricultural enterprise Lacplecis are equal shareholders in Inversia Air and provided start-up and development capital. The Rybinsk plant was also involved in the sale of Il-76 and Tu-154 aircraft to China in two separate deals brokered through Aviaeksport.




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