Ukraine handed over the first batch of the Indian Air Force missiles "air-air" medium-range R-27 (AA-10 'Alamo'). Currently preparing to send the second batch of missiles (two-thirds of the party's missiles are already assembled on the basis of snaryazhatelnoy).
"The first batch of missiles shipped to the customer, ready for delivery next two thirds of the already assembled on the basis of snaryazhatelnoy" — S.Gromov said, recalling that the performance of Indian contract will provide capacity utilization SJSHC before the end of 2013.
The Head of the State Concern expressed confidence that the high-precision aircraft weapon Ukrainian production will continue to be in demand in the traditional weapons of the regional markets. The contract with the Indian Defense Ministry for the supply of R-27 in the interest of the Indian military establishment was signed SJSHC "Artem" in the spring of 2012 volume of exposure, calculated for 2012-2013. amounted to about $ 250 million, according to its terms, the deliveries of aircraft armament customer was scheduled for the third quarter of 2012
SJSHC "Artem" — the only one in the CIS manufacturer of medium-range missiles air-to-air (F-27-IF) of different modifications, which are used for all types of weapons of MiG-29, Su-27, Su-30 produced in Russia .
According to the state concern, the volume of sales SJSHC "Artem" in the first half of 2013 increased compared to the same period last year by 4.6 times — up to 786.6 million UAH. The planned volume of sales by the end of 2013 is estimated at more than 2.7 billion USD.
According SJSHC, following the 2012 net profit SJSHC "Artem" diminished by the International Accounting Standards (IAS) at 41.67% — to UAH 0.2 million, its net income fell by 54.9% — to 217.23 million USD.