UVZ is developing an assault robotic complex on the chassis of the T-72B3 tank. He must maintain his fighting capacity after hitting 15 RPG grenades. The Armata platform was too expensive for the Defense Ministry.
The corporation "Uralvagonzavod" plans to throw up to 15 thousand people from its factories to reduce costs. The remaining salaries will not be increased.
The President has completed the reshuffling in the administration by appointing plenipotentiaries in the federal districts of the Russian Federation.
JSC "Spetsremont" of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation has already retreated from the claim for 600 million rubles. Now the structure of "Rosteha" Sergei Chemezov require the military 70 million rubles for "using other people's money."
The top manager spoke about wagons, tanks and excavators.
At the enterprise oppressive atmosphere reigns: workers were cut back by salaries and they are afraid, that the state will stop it to support.
The British edition of The Times noted that the deadlines for the readiness of the "future tank" - the T-14 "Armata" - are once again being transferred to the Russian Federation. Apparently, he will not be put in the troops until the beginning of 2021.
"UVZ-Logistic" will be purchased by manager Artem Chaika.
President of the Russian Federation Vladimir "Putin" suggested that enterprises of the military-industrial complex should pass to the production of civilian products.
Big business in Russia absolutely lacks even a shade of patriotism.
Rostec began searching for an investor for Uralvagonzavod.
Russian President Vladimir Putin instructed to buy them within three years at the expense of mobilization budget.
Why Rostec headed by Sergey Chemezov is grabbing a bankrupt plant and how the state corporation will negotiate with Tractor Plants owned by Mikhail Bolotin and Albert Bakov.
And to transfer the company itself to Rostec Corporation.
Oleg Siyenko forces the defense giant to bankrupt?
Alfa-Bank arrested RUB 523.5 million on Uralvagonzavod accounts. General Director of Uralvagonzavod Oleg Siyenko in an interview to RBC called the bank's actions "a blackmail".
After the general director of Uralvagonzavod Oleg Sienko asked the government to provide 50 billion rubles of state guarantees, the experts have suspected that the money may be "carved up". Moreover, the working methods of Mr. Sienko threaten the entire Russian railway coach manufacturing.