Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russia and Hamilton Standard-Nauka, the Russian-American Joint Venture, signed the first Special Investment Contract in the aviation industry of Russia for the production of heat exchangers for air-conditioning systems of Boeing aircrafts, the institution reports.
Hamilton Standard-Nauka is a joint venture between Hamilton Sundstrand, unit of United Technologies Corporation (USA), and Nauka, Russian R&D company.
The project will be implemented in the enterprise of Hamilton Standard-Nauka in the city of Kimry, Tver Region.
United Technologies (UTC), and American aerospace group of companies, will manufacture heat exchanges for air conditioning of Boeing aircraft cabins exclusively in Russia. The production facilities will be completed due to Hamilton Standard – Nauka, a joint venture (JV) of UTC and Nauka Research-and-Production Association.
The world’s largest heat exchangers for air conditioning systems of civil aircraft will be produced at Hamilton Standard-Nauka in Kimry, Tver region, as reported today by the Press Office of the regional government.
“Igor Rudenya, the head of the region, and the director of Hamilton Standard-Nauka, signed an agreement at the Sochi Investment Forum, under which a second stage of the production complex for the world’s largest heat exchangers for civil aviation will be built in Kimry,” the Press Office said.
On Thursday, June 23, the first stone was put into the foundation of the second set of the Hamilton Standard-Nauka plant producing heat exchange units for air conditioning systems of Boeing, Airbus, Embraer, Bombardier and Tupolev aircrafts located in the city of Kimry in the Tver Region.
As Director General of the coinvestor company NPO Nauka Yevgeniy Merkulov said at the foundation ceremony, the investment in the project will amount to about 1 bln rubles, and about one hundred new high technology jobs will be created.
Hamilton Standard-Nauka is a joint venture of JSC NPO Nauka and UTC Aerospace Systems (division of United Technologies, USA). Established in Moscow in 1994. It exports over 90 percent of its products.
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