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.
In 2019, Orion (South Korea) will open the confectionery factory in the Kalininskiy District of the TverRegion, which will be the second in the region.
The German Jungheinrich Company Group announced the launch of a rack system production plant in Russia. The partner of the project is the Russian Polimetall-M Company. The new production facilities are located in the territory of the Polimetall-M’s plant in the city of Tver on an area of 15,000 sq. meters and intended to manufacture Jungheinrich B-type racks. The plant is focused on manufacturing products for the domestic market, as well as on exports of products and components to Europe.
The prospects for the development of production facilities located in the capital of the Upper Volga region were discussed on September 29 at the meeting of the Governor Igor Rudenya with Mikhail Petukhov, the Director General of B. Brawn Medical, LLC, and Maksim Zakharchenko, the Director General of Gamatek, LLC.
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.