JSC "Motor Sich" (Zaporozhye) completes the portfolio of orders for 2012, which amounted to about $ 800 million, according to Interfax-Ukraine representative of the company’s top management.
"To date, the order book for the current business year is formed by 95%, today the volume of orders than last year (over $ 750mln — Ed.). Expect that by mid-February the order book will be set up in full," — he said .
According to the source, included in the portfolio of contracts are designed for 3-5 years, which "allows the management company to form a flexible production, investment and marketing policy of" Motor Sich "for years to come."
Among the largest orders in the current year, a representative of top management has allocated the supply of engines in the Russian Federation within the framework of a prisoner in 2011, a large-scale contract with the holding company "Helicopters of Russia" shipments in the interests of Russian companies in 2012 will be about $ 280 million, "- he said.
In addition to Russia, among the largest customers as China and India, according to the agency.
JSC "Motor Sich" — one of the world’s largest manufacturers of engines for aircraft and industrial gas turbines. Supplies products to 106 countries. In general, exports more than 30% of the share of the Russian Federation.
According to the company in the disclosure of the National Commission on Securities and Stock Market, its net profit in January-September 2011 increased by 22.79% — to UAH 869.95 million, net income increased by 22% — to 3.94 billion UAH. The results of 2011, the company has not yet voiced.
In autumn 2011, as part of the international air show Dubai AirShow-2011 (UAE) "Motor Sich" and holding "Helicopters of Russia" signed a contract worth $ 1.2 billion to supply within five years 1.3 million engines supplied for the Russian aircraft industry on the export of helicopters .
Under the contract, calculated for 2012-2016., Ukrainian manufacturer will provide the Russian partners supply the TV3-117 is shipped abroad, and in particular to the countries of Southeast Asia, and Central and South America, the Mi-8, Mi-17 and Mi-24.