Engineers of Ruselectronics Holding are creating a mobile yeastless bread baking complex for sparsely populated communities in remote regions, Rostec informed.
The complex can be installed in the field and during natural disasters. The batch production of the Autobaker complex is expected to start at the end of 2019. The manufacturer is ready to supply 20 complexes per year to the Ministry of Emergency Measures and private companies.
In 2017, Rostec merged United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation into Ruselectronics Holding. The merged holding is Russia's leading developer and manufacturer of radio-electronic components and technologies, communication media and systems, automated control systems, robotic systems, microwave radio electronics, computer facilities and telecommunication equipment. It currently unites more than 170 enterprises and research institutions of the radio-electronic industry, with a total of 75,000 employees. The holding supplies its products to more than in 30 countries of the world, including Europe, Southeast Asia, Middle East, Africa, and Latin America. Aggregate annual revenue of the holding's companies exceeds RUB 180 billion.
Rostec Group (Russian Technologies Group until December 2012) established in November 2007 is meant to provide assistance to Russian entities of various industries in the development, manufacture and marketing of hi-tech goods domestically and abroad, in carrying out applied R&D to explore promising technologies and in adopting advanced techniques for production to boost the quality of domestic technologies, to reduce the time and cost of their development.
Consolidated net profit of state-owned corporation Rostec for 2016 reached RUB 88 billion. Consolidated revenue of Rostec in 2016 grew by 11% year-on-year to RUB 1.266 trillion.
"AK&M", 16.05.2018 15:47