Raw materials appendage, you say?

We have already commented on Russian technologies in the global aviation industry. Three leading manufacturer of passenger planes — "Boeing", "Embraer" and Airbus "on 15 percent or more are out of our titanium (here we are just about there.) The same" Dreamliner "- power design titanium. Fact, in the world no one else does anything like this scale. annually "Boeing" buys "VSMPO" 8-10 thousand tons of production by half a billion dollars — for all of their machines. And that's not all. in 48 states titanium products buy monsters — Snecma, General Electric, Rolls Royce, Pratt &Whitney, Goodrich …

«Boeing plans to invest in Russia $ 27 billion over the next 30 years", — says the head of Boeing-Russia Sergey Kravchenko. According to him, out of this amount, $ 18 billion will go to the purchase of titanium products, in addition, will be paid a number of contracts for the supply of goods, materials and services to Russian companies, including cooperation in the field of space engineering and design work in the Moscow design center Boeing. Today, under separate contracts amounts paid by Russia, to reach 1.25 billion dollars.

    «Boeing plans to invest in Russia $ 27 billion over the next 30 years", — says the head of Boeing-Russia Sergey Kravchenko. According to him, out of this amount, $ 18 billion will go to the purchase of titanium products, in addition, will be paid a number of contracts for the supply of goods, materials and services to Russian companies, including cooperation in the field of space engineering and design work in the Moscow design center Boeing. Today, under separate contracts amounts paid by Russia, to reach 1.25 billion dollars.

    It comes down to that corporation purchases abroad harvesting and producing the final product in Russia. And it is profitable. Even in the crisis years of 2008-2009 income was 175 billion rubles and more.

    PS AVISMA Corporation was established on the basis of the First Soviet aviametallurgicheskogo plant in 1933 for the production of aluminum and magnesium alloys for the Soviet Air Force. And although today the company
    produces major titanium products, the manufacture of aluminum alloys, though not in the same scale, is maintained. It is with this Boeing Corporation and established a joint venture, on a parity basis five years ago. In general,
    AVISMA sells parts for virtually all passenger aircraft of more than 15 years.

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