Rosoboronexport to showcase land forces equipment and air defense weapons

June 10 – At the International Land and Airland Defence and Security Exhibition Eurosatory 2016, to be held on 13 – 17 June, 2016 in Paris, Rosoboronexport (part of the Rostec State Corporation) will display Russian military hardware, as well as hold talks with the European partners.

“At Eurosatory, we traditionally present armored vehicles, missile and artillery systems, close assault weapons and ammunition, key air defense weapons, diverse engineer equipment as well as some helicopter models. This year we’ll focus also on a variety of counter-terrorism equipment and conduct presentation of our new project, “Integrated Security Systems,” said Igor Sevastyanov, Rosoboronexport Deputy Director General, who leads the joint Rostec-Rosoboronexport delegation.

Rosoboronexport expects keen interest in the various versions of the BMP-3 IFV, T-90S and T-90MS tanks, Smerch multiple rocket launch system, BTR-82A APC, SPM-2 GAZ-233136 special police vehicle, Pantsir-S1, Taor-M2KM and Buk-M2E SAM systems, Ka-52 and Mi-28NE attack helicopters.

During the exhibition, Rosoboronexport will hold scheduled talks with its European partners. The Company also expects to meet with delegations from Southeast Asia, the Middle East and North Africa and Latin America.

“Despite the tense geopolitical situation, we are in contact with our European partners, who are interested in developing cooperation with Russian industrial enterprises Our task is to keep track of events and be ready for any development of the situation. In addition, Eurosatory is an excellent platform for analysis of trends in the global arms market and contacts with delegations from all regions of the world,” said Igor Sevastyanov.

Rosoboronexport is the organizer of the Russian exposition. Russian exhibitors will also include NPO Splav, Kalashnikov Concern, Schwabe Holding and Proekt-Technika Corporation.

Rosoboronexport is the only state-owned arms trade company in the Russian Federation authorized to export the full range of military and dual-purpose products, technologies and services. It is a subsidiary of the Rostec Corporation. Founded on 4 November, 2000, now Rosoboronexport is one of the leading world arms exporters to the international market. Its share in Russia’s military exports exceeds 85 percent. Rosoboronexport cooperates with more than 700 enterprises and organizations in the Russian defence industrial complex. Russia maintains military technical cooperation with more than 70 countries around the world.

Russia successfully tests new cruise missile launch system for strategic bombers

The first batch of new launchers will soon be delivered to Russia’s Defense Ministry

YEKATERINBURG, December 4. /TASS/. Russia has successfully tested a system to launch long-range cruise missiles directly from strategic aircraft’s weapons bays, the defense contractor Start, part of state hi-tech corporation Rostec, told TASS on Friday.

“The 9A-829K3 multi-position launcher is designed for suspending, transporting and launching long-range cruise missiles directly from a plane’s weapons bays,” the defense contractor said.

The tests were held for a month and a half in an environment close to real combat conditions. The first batch of these launchers will soon be delivered to Russia’s Defense Ministry.

The defense contractor Start is actively modernizing its testing and production facilities to successfully fulfil a large volume of contracts under the state defense procurement program, the company’s press office said.

Russia to Begin New Su-35 Communication Equipment Supplies to China in 2016



According to Russia’s United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation press service, UIMC will begin supplying China with state-of-the-art communication systems for its newly purchased jet fighters next year.

 Russia’s United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation (UIMC) will begin supplying China with state-of-the-art communication systems for its newly purchased jet fighters next year, the UIMC press service said Monday.

“Deliveries of communication equipment for the fighters will begin in 2016, ground-based communication technology is planned to be handed over to China in 2017,” UIMC said.

Russia and China signed a contract on the delivery of 24 multirole Su-35 Flankers on November 19, according to Rostec state technology corporation’s director of international cooperation and regional policy. The head of Rostec, Sergey Chemezov, valued the contract at $2 billion.

Deputy chief executive Sergey Skokov said the S-108 equipment boasts expanded radio link bandwidth, several simultaneous data transfer lines, shortened delivery times and improved data integrity under electronic warfare conditions.