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TAGANROG

    TAGANROG BERIYEV AVIATION SCIENTIFIC-TECHNICAL COMPLEX 209

    TAGANROG KRASNYY GIDROPRESS PLANT

    TAGANROG PRIBOY PLANT

TOMSK

    TOMSK RADIOTECHNICAL PLANT

TULA

    TULA CARTRIDGE PLANT PRODUCTION ASSOCIATION

    TULAMASHZAVOD JOINT-STOCK COMPANY

    TULA SHTAMP MACHINE-BUILDING PLANT

    TULA SMALL ARMS PLANT PRODUCTION ASSOCIATION


TAGANROG

ENTERPRISE NAME: TAGANROG BERIYEV AVIATION SCIENTIFIC-TECHNICAL COMPLEX

LAST UPDATE: September 1993

ALTERNATE NAMES: Taganrogskiy aviatsionnyy nauchno-tekhnicheskiy kompleks (TANTK) imeni G.M. Beriyeva; Beriyev Design Bureau

ADDRESS:

347923, Taganrog, Russia

Instrumentalny t.1

Taganrog Beriyev Aviation Scientific-Technical Complex

Telephone: (011-7-86344) 4-98-39, 4-99-01, 4-99-64; Telex: 298107 BETA; Fax: (011-7-86344) 4-14-54

GENERAL OVERVIEW: Georgiy Mikhaylovich Beriyev founded the design bureau that bears his name at Taganrog in 1932. The traditional focus of the Beriyev Design Bureau has been the development of seaplanes for military and civilian use. The Bureau was moved to Krasnoyarsk in Siberia in 1942 to avoid destruction in World War II, and returned to Taganrog in 1945. Seaplanes produced by Beriyev's bureau include the MBR-2 (Morskoy Blizhniy Razvyedchik: marine short-range reconnaissance), Be-2, Be-4, Be-6 Madge, and Be-12 Mail. The Be-12 holds all of the 45 records listed with the Federation Aeronautique Internationale for turboprop-powered amphibians and turboprop-powered flying boats. Current efforts are directed towards development of various civil and military variants of the A-40 Albatross amphibian prototype. The organization also includes the collocated Taganrog aircraft plant.

PRIMARY BUSINESS: Branch: Seaplanes; SIC Code: 3721, 3634

FORMER MINISTRY SUBORDINATION: Ministry of the Aviation Industry

APPROXIMATE EMPLOYMENT: Total: 5,500; Date: 1991

PRINCIPAL OFFICERS:

Gennady S. Panatov, General Designer

OWNERSHIP: State-controlled

YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1932

MILITARY PRODUCT LINES: Military derivatives of the A-40 Albatross amphibious aircraft including the Be-42 and Be-44 Mermaid (SAR and ASW variants, respectively).

CIVIL PRODUCT LINES: Upgrades and modifications to Be-12 seaplanes, hang gliders, broilers.

KEY TECHNOLOGIES/EQUIPMENT EMPLOYED: N/A

CONVERSION PROJECTS: Civil derivatives of the A-40 Albatross including the Be-200 amphibian; Be-32 15 passenger land plane; Be-103 5 passenger business-class amphibian.

HUMAN RESOURCES SUPPORT: N/A

OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION: The Be-200 is a smaller version of the A-40 prototype intended for a variety of civil applications such as fire fighting and search and rescue operations. In 1990 Taganrog and ILTA Trade Finance of Switzerland formed Beta Air, a joint venture to develop and market the Be-200 worldwide. The Be-200 is scheduled to be produced in Irkutsk. Taganrog is also a partner in the "Pacific Ocean Airworks" firm and modified the Be-12 aircraft flown by that company.

ENTERPRISE NAME: TAGANROG KRASNYY GIDROPRESS PLANT

LAST UPDATE: June 1994

ALTERNATE NAMES: Taganrogskiy zavod "Krasnyy gidropress"

ADDRESS:

347928, Taganrog, Russia

GSP-309

Taganrog Krasnyy Gidropress Plant

Telephone: (011-7-86344) 4-95-86; Telex: N/A; Teletype: N/A; Fax: N/A

GENERAL OVERVIEW: The Taganrog Krasnyy Gidropress Plant, formerly a major supplier of propellers and other shipboard equipment to the Soviet Navy, is expanding production of household appliances.

PRIMARY BUSINESS: Branch: Naval equipment; SIC Code: 3365, 3366, 3369, 3433, 3443, 3444, 3462, 3463, 3469, 3511, 3542, 3561, 3564, 3585, 3594, 3599, 3634, 3639, 3728, 3731, 3822

FORMER MINISTRY SUBORDINATION: Ministry of the Shipbuilding Industry

APPROXIMATE EMPLOYMENT: N/A

PRINCIPAL OFFICERS:

Mr. Brekhachev, Director

OWNERSHIP: State-controlled

YEAR ESTABLISHED: N/A

MILITARY PRODUCT LINES: Propellers and other equipment for naval vessels.

CIVIL PRODUCT LINES: Gas water heaters; household heating systems; propellers; castings; pumps; agricultural equipment components; steam turbines; shipboard turbogenerators; steam- and gas-turbine components; fresh-water evaporators; air conditioning equipment, fans and air blowers; hydraulic equipment; lathes and other machine tools; and reduction gears.

KEY TECHNOLOGIES/EQUIPMENT EMPLOYED: N/A

CONVERSION PROJECTS: Krasnyy Gidropress is expanding production of its line of household heating systems, and is planning to bring production up to 1120 units in 1993.

HUMAN RESOURCES SUPPORT: N/A

OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION: N/A

ENTERPRISE NAME: TAGANROG PRIBOY PLANT

LAST UPDATE: September 1993

ALTERNATE NAMES: Taganrogskiy zavod "Priboy"

ADDRESS:

347928, Taganrog, Russia

Bolshoy Bulvar, 5

Taganrog Priboy Plant

Telephone: (011-7-86344) 9-52-08; Telex: N/A; Fax: N/A

GENERAL OVERVIEW: A leading military sonar equipment producer, the Priboy Plant also produces electronic equipment for civilian use, as well as general consumer goods.

PRIMARY BUSINESS: Branch: Sonar equipment; SIC Code: 3089, 3496, 3556, 3569, 3651, 3679, 3812, 3825, 3999

FORMER MINISTRY SUBORDINATION: Ministry of the Shipbuilding Industry

APPROXIMATE EMPLOYMENT: N/A

PRINCIPAL OFFICERS:

A. I. Dygay, General Director

OWNERSHIP: State-controlled

YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1953

MILITARY PRODUCT LINES: Naval sonar equipment.

CIVIL PRODUCT LINES: Fishing sonars, radio navigation equipment, medical diagnostic equipment, and television components.

KEY TECHNOLOGIES/EQUIPMENT EMPLOYED: N/A

CONVERSION PROJECTS: As a result of a drastic fall in military orders, the Priboy Plant has moved into production of ignition timing adjusters for automobiles, water filters, sausage- and macaroni-making equipment, lampshades, and microwave ovens.

HUMAN RESOURCES SUPPORT: N/A

OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION: N/A

TOMSK

ENTERPRISE NAME: TOMSK RADIOTECHNICAL PLANT

LAST UPDATE: September 1993

ALTERNATE NAMES: Tomskiy radiotekhnicheskiy zavod

ADDRESS:

634034, Tomsk, Russia

Ulitsa Mokrushina, 9

Tomsk Radiotechnical Plant

Telephone: (011-7-3822) 44-40-72; Telex: 133213; Teletype: 128162 LAK; Fax: (011-7-3822) 44-33-68

GENERAL OVERVIEW: The Tomsk Radiotechnical Plant produces electronic components for the military and also carries out engineering and production of radio and audio equipment for the civilian market.

PRIMARY BUSINESS: Branch: Electronics; SIC Code: 3251, 3253, 3269, 3544, 3548, 3621, 3652, 3663, 3669, 3671

FORMER MINISTRY SUBORDINATION: Ministry of Machine-Building

APPROXIMATE EMPLOYMENT: Total: 5,000; Date: 1993

PRINCIPAL OFFICERS:

Mikhail Alekseevich Belyayev, General Director

Aleksandr Andreyevich Kupavin, Chief Engineer

OWNERSHIP: State-controlled

YEAR ESTABLISHED: N/A

MILITARY PRODUCT LINES: Fuses for munitions, fire control computers, and other electronic components.

CIVIL PRODUCT LINES: Stereo combination radio-tape recorders, FM radio receivers, tuners, CD players, home radio stations.

KEY TECHNOLOGIES/EQUIPMENT EMPLOYED: All types of metal-cutting machine tools.

CONVERSION PROJECTS: N/A

HUMAN RESOURCES SUPPORT: N/A

OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION: Military orders reportedly now account for only 15 percent of the plant's total output. Future plans include the production of portable radios for fishermen, hunters, and dacha owners, the same portable radios modified to serve as vehicle anti-theft alarms with electronic sensors to detect intruders, mobile vehicle repair stations equipped with welding equipment, machine tools, etc. for repairing agricultural machinery in the field, single-phase electric meters, compact UHF/VHF receivers, and metal and ceramic goods (in cooperation with Tomsk Polytechnical University).

TULA

ENTERPRISE NAME: TULA CARTRIDGE PLANT PRODUCTION ASSOCIATION

LAST UPDATE: April 1993

ALTERNATE NAMES: PO "Tulskiy patronnyy zavod," Tula Ammunition Plant Production Association

ADDRESS:

300035, Tula, Russia

Ulitsa Marata, 134

Tula Cartridge Plant Production Association

Telephone: (011-7-0872) 44-22-83, 44-92-75; Telex: N/A; Teletype: 253187; Fax: N/A; E-Mail:

GENERAL OVERVIEW: The Tula Cartridge Plant Production Association is a manufacturer of metal products, including ammunition for the military, and various civilian products.

PRIMARY BUSINESS: Branch: Ammunition; SIC Code: 3483

FORMER MINISTRY SUBORDINATION: Ministry of the Defense Industry

APPROXIMATE EMPLOYMENT: N/A

PRINCIPAL OFFICERS:

Vasiliy Andreyevich Shiryayev, Director General

Vladimir Stepanovich Tokmakov, Deputy Director

General and Chief Engineer Economic Affairs

Oleg Arturovich Zaytsev, Deputy Director General

for Commercial Affairs

OWNERSHIP: State-controlled

YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1937

MILITARY PRODUCT LINES: Ammunition

CIVIL PRODUCT LINES: Bullets for hunting (from 5.45 to 9 mm caliber); brass hunting cartridges; condensers (called sylphones) used by tractor, auto, and chemical plants and wood pulp and paper mills; rolled and brass steel in strips and bands; underground drilling rigs; chains for harvesters; kitchen utensils; irons; telephone lines; calculating machines.

KEY TECHNOLOGIES/EQUIPMENT EMPLOYED: N/A

CONVERSION PROJECTS: Various metal products for the civilian economy are being produced, including machines for the food industry, vacuum bottles, portable photographic enlargers, bellows of 2,000 sizes, stainless steel valves, aerosol cans, ultrasound surgical equipment, dental drills, and children's toys. The plant is also producing wood furniture.

HUMAN RESOURCES SUPPORT: N/A

OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION: The association has established a business cooperation association, INKONT, to further international contacts. It has proposed a joint venture with AKG of Germany for the production of vacuum cleaners. A joint project to produce minitractor engines with Italy is also being considered. It is also seeking joint ventures for production of hunting cartridges, silphones and silphone compensators, and steel. Other conversion projects being considered include universal kitchen machines, storage containers for fruits and vegetables, telephone handsets, bicycle chains, battery casings, gas cylinders, tile, and equipment for rehabilitating the disabled. By mid-1992, industrial enterprises in Tula were coordinating a program with foreign investors, through local and Russian government entities, to assist in the conversion of industries in the region.

ENTERPRISE NAME: TULAMASHZAVOD JOINT-STOCK COMPANY

LAST UPDATE: November 1992

ALTERNATE NAMES: Aktsionernoy Kompaniy (AK) "Tulamashzavod," PO "Tulamashzavod." Key facility: Tulskiy mashinostroitelnyy zavod imeni V. M. Ryabikova (Tula Ryabikov Machine-Building Plant)

ADDRESS:

300002, Tula, Russia

Ulitsa Mosina, 2

Tula Machine-Building Plant Production Association

Telephone: (011-7-0872) 29-10-92, 31-66-96, 21-24-00, 31-74-65; Telex: 253114 ALFA SU; Teletype: 253181; Fax: (011-7-0872) 27-26-20; E-Mail:

GENERAL OVERVIEW: The Tula Machine-Building Plant (Tulamashzavod) is a major producer of guns and missiles for land, air, and naval forces. It is also a large producer of civilian motorscooters, of which it built 97,000 in 1989. It has two design bureaus, one for civilian, and another for military goods. The Machine-Building Plant is adjacent to the Tula Small Arms Plant Production Association. Plants in Tula work closely with the Tula Scientific Research Technological Institute (TNITI), which conducts

research on the use of steel alloys in weapons which are in mass production.

PRIMARY BUSINESS: Branch: Guns, missiles; SIC Code: 3484

FORMER MINISTRY SUBORDINATION: Ministry of the Defense Industry

APPROXIMATE EMPLOYMENT: Total: 12,000; Date: 1993

PRINCIPAL OFFICER:

Vadim Sergeyevich Usov, General Director

OWNERSHIP: Joint-stock

YEAR ESTABLISHED: N/A

MILITARY PRODUCT LINES: Kashtan air defense systems (including both missile and antiaircraft artillery components); 30mm six-barrel cannon for aircraft and armored vehicles; "Bastion" (AT-10) gun-fired anti-tank guided missiles.

CIVIL PRODUCT LINES: Motor scooters, mining machinery; farm machinery; multifunctional portable medical laser equipment; machinery for working with wood, metal, and plastic; electric drives for industrial sewing machines; children's bicycles.

KEY TECHNOLOGIES/EQUIPMENT EMPLOYED: Tsiklon 5.02 pneumatic programmable industrial robots are used in the plant.

CONVERSION PROJECTS: N/A

HUMAN RESOURCES SUPPORT: N/A

OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION: The association has proposed production of electric drives and motors for sewing machines to be financed through a joint venture with Axis of Italy. By mid-1992, industrial enterprises in Tula were coordinating a program with foreign investors, through local and Russian government entities, to assist in the conversion of industries in the region.

ENTERPRISE NAME: TULA SHTAMP MACHINE-BUILDING PLANT

LAST UPDATE: September 1993

ALTERNATE NAMES: Tulskiy mashinostroitelnyy zavod "Shtamp" imeni B. L. Vannikova

ADDRESS:

300035, Tula, Russia

Venevskoye shosse, 2

Tula Shtamp Machine-Building Plant

Telephone: (011-7-0872) 44-52-79, 44-51-12; Commercial center: 44-51-04, 44-17-52; Telex: N/A; Teletype: 253184 SHTAMP; Fax: (011-7-0872) 42-40-07

GENERAL OVERVIEW: Formerly a major producer of ammunition for multiple rocket launchers, the Shtamp Machine-Building Plant has converted to production of household appliances, including samovars, stoves, heaters, fire extinguishers, and washing machines.

PRIMARY BUSINESS: Branch: Ammunition; SIC Code: 2655, 3433, 3469, 3561, 3586, 3631, 3633, 3634, 3639, 3645, 3999

FORMER MINISTRY SUBORDINATION: Ministry of Machine-Building

APPROXIMATE EMPLOYMENT: Total: 11,000; Date: 1992

PRINCIPAL OFFICERS:

Valentin Mitin, General Director

OWNERSHIP: State-controlled

YEAR ESTABLISHED: N/A

MILITARY PRODUCT LINES: Ammunition for "Grad", "Uragan", "Partizan", and "Prima" multiple rocket launchers.

CIVIL PRODUCT LINES: Samovars, "Primus" stoves.

KEY TECHNOLOGIES/EQUIPMENT EMPLOYED: N/A

CONVERSION PROJECTS: Shtamp reportedly has almost completely converted to civilian production from its 1989 level of 87 percent military production. Among the items it has begun to produce are gas stoves, electric heaters, powder fire extinguishers, gas water heaters, water pumps, gas cylinders, centrifugal pumps for the oil industry, washing machines, and candelabra.

HUMAN RESOURCES SUPPORT: N/A

OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION: Shtamp has signed contracts for its products with firms in several foreign countries, including the United States, Germany, Hungary, Yemen, Syria, Australia, and China.

ENTERPRISE NAME: TULA SMALL ARMS PLANT PRODUCTION ASSOCIATION

LAST UPDATE: April 1993

ALTERNATE NAMES: PO "Tulskiy oruzheynyy zavod," Arsenal

ADDRESS:

300002, Tula, Russia

Tula Small Arms Plant Production Association

Telephone: (011-7-0872) 31-24-08, 20-52-64, 27-34-48, 29-16-21, 29-17-12; Telex: 253112 URA SU; Teletype: 253157 ZVEZDA; Fax: (011-7-0872) 27-34-59, 27-34-39; E-Mail:

GENERAL OVERVIEW: The Tula Small Arms Plant Production Association manufactures both military and civilian firearms, thus contributing to Tula's reputation as Russia's small arms capital. It also makes small missiles and grenades for the military. A design bureau named Tochnost works closely with, and may be part of, the Small Arms Plant Production Association. The Small Arms Plant Production Association is adjacent to the Tula Machine-Building Plant Production Association. The plants in Tula work closely with the Tula Scientific Research Technological Institute (TNITI), which investigates use of steel alloys in weapons in mass production.

PRIMARY BUSINESS: Branch: Small arms; SIC Code: 3484

FORMER MINISTRY SUBORDINATION: Ministry of the Defense Industry

APPROXIMATE EMPLOYMENT: Total: 8,000; Date: 1990

PRINCIPAL OFFICERS:

Nikolay Dmitriyevich Maslennikov, Director

Aleksandr Tikhonovich Vinogradov, Deputy

General Director for Commercial Affairs

M. T. Kalashnikov, Chief Small Arms Engineer

V. N. Babakhin, Factory Chief Engineer

OWNERSHIP: State-controlled. The production association is probably on a list of enterprises to be transformed to joint stock ownership by the end of 1993.

YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1712

MILITARY PRODUCT LINES: AK-74 assault rifle (including GP-25 40mm grenade launcher assembly); SVD sniper rifle; "Plamya" AGS grenade launcher; "Konkurs" (9M113) antitank missile; other machine guns and automatic weapons.

CIVIL PRODUCT LINES: Hunting and sporting rifles, shotguns, and handguns; plastic toys (artillery and other military vehicles); parts for household equipment.

KEY TECHNOLOGIES/EQUIPMENT EMPLOYED: N/A

CONVERSION PROJECTS: Since 1990 the plant has been working with the Tochnost Design Bureau to produce sewing machines. Other conversion projects have included engine blocks, compressors for refrigerators, nail guns for construction, mini-tractors, power tools, and spare parts for buses.

HUMAN RESOURCES SUPPORT: N/A

OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION: By mid-1992, industrial enterprises in Tula were coordinating a program with foreign investors, through local and Russian government entities, to assist in the conversion of industries in the region. The association has proposed expansion of the production of hunting rifles through foreign investment and has discussed this possibility with companies from several countries.




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