Kirovsky Zavod and ŠKODA TRANSPORTATION Launch Joint Venture
The Russian-Czech joint venture will manufacture metro cars, trams and electric trains. The sales revenues are projected to reach $130 million by the end of 2015.
Kirov Group Will Supply Equipment for World's Largest Diesel-Electric Icebreaker
Kirov-Energomash, a subsidiary of the Kirov Group, will manufacture an anti-icing turbocompressor worth $3.2 million for the next-generation multifunctional icebreaker.
"Vikramaditya" Aircraft Carrier Transferred to the Indian Navy
On November 16, the "Vikramaditya" aircraft carrier was transferred to the Indian Navy. Kirovsky Zavod had carried out modernization of ship's energy equipment.
Equipment supply for Slovak NPPs
Kirov-Energomash (a subsidiary of the Kirov Group) has dispatched component parts for reactor units of two nuclear power plants in the Slovak Republic.
Kirovsky Zavod Enters Еuropean Bus Market
The Kirov Group has recently acquired one of Germany's oldest manufacturers of city buses Göppel Bus GmbH.
Kirovsky Zavod to Manufacture a Batch of C-300V4 Surface-to-Air Missile System Chassis
Universalmash (a subsidiary of the Kirov Group) has signed a contract to produce a batch of self-propelled tracked chassis for C-300V4 surface-to-air missile system.
18.11.2014 Petrostal Enhances Production Efficiency
10.11.2014 Unique All-Season Tractor for Rural Areas
Kirov-Stankomash is a leading machine tool building company in Russia with significant industrial and technological potential and its own R&D units. The company's main activities are: high-tech repair and modernization of equipment, engineering, development of metal processing technology and manufacturing of machine-building components, and the provision of turn-key manufacturing solutions.
Kirov-Transmission has 150 units of modern production equipment. New production facilities have been equipped with state-of-the-art tooling lines with Monforts electronic programming units, and Siemens CNC gear hobbing and gear milling equipment, which the company upgraded itself. The Company specializes in manufacturing parts and components for transmission units, currently for tractors, but it plans to do the same for trucks in the future.
KirovEnergoMash continues the power engineering traditions of Kirovsky Zavod (since 1913). Geared turbines made at Kirovsky Zavod are used in energy equipment installed on more than 80% of nuclear submarines of all generations, on board all of the world's nine nuclear icebreakers and on many large ships.
The plant is currently an engineering complex with powerful production facilities, a highly qualified engineering and technical staff, and the necessary know-how and design potential.
This is an independent energy sales company, working on the wholesale electricity market, which is not restricted by state price regulations and so can swiftly react to market conditions and the needs of electrical energy customers. The company purchases electricity directly from generating companies across the Russian Federation and sells it to industrial companies, and also provides other services on the electricity market and for electrical networks.
The company provides a wide range of information technology, telephone and Internet services, as well as installing telecommunication lines and cable networks, and provides applied solutions for automating standard business processes. In addition, the company leases premises and infrastructure for exhibitions, presentations, conferences and other events at the Stachek 47 Advertising and Exhibition Center.
Petrostal is the oldest and main subsidiary of JSC Kirovsky Zavod, accounting for up to 45% of the Company's consolidated revenue. It is a diversified enterprise with a complete cycle of metal processing from steel production to manufacturing of finished products using modern metal processing equipment. The company has the following competitive advantages: proximity to European markets, a wide range of products, a high level of product quality and reliability, and impeccable delivery scheduling.
Russian Forging Plants is a joint project between JSC Kirovsky Zavod and JSC Chelyabinsk Forge-and-Press Plant. It occupies a niche in heavy hot-tempered forging and stamping (up to 300 kg). The company uses internationally certified technology adopted by the world's major automakers, and is equipped with modern high-tech mechanical processing equipment. The plants' main consumers are motor companies, producers of agricultural machinery, railways and oil and gas companies.
This company has been on the market since 1994. It is involved in the design, selection and manufacture of various purpose high quality rubber compounds based on customer specifications. The company produces a wide range of rubber and plastic products for the shipbuilding, aerospace, transportation and agricultural machinery sectors, the oil, gas and other industries, including for non-standard and imported equipment.
The St. Petersburg Tractor Plant continues the tradition of tractor building of Putilovsky Zavod and Kirovsky Zavod, which built the first Russian tractors in 1924. Since 1962 the Plant has been the only manufacturer of the Kirovets powerful wheeled agricultural tractors.
Today the St. Petersburg Tractor Plant is one of the largest enterprises in the country manufacturing agricultural vehicles. The plant manufactures different kinds of tractors with various accessories, for a broad range of operations.
This plant is a special production unit of Kirovsky Zavod involved in manufacturing T-80 tanks, self-propelled guns and other military equipment. As part of the conversion of the military industrial complex since 1992, the company's unique equipment has been adapted with flexible technologies to produce various kinds of self-propelled special equipment, which has found many applications in road construction and the oil and gas industry.