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The Ministry of Industry and Trade, Special Economic Zone “Titanium valley” will discuss the mechanisms to boost up the investment in aviation industry.

The Ministry of Industry and Trade, Special Economic Zone “Titanium valley” will discuss the mechanisms to boost up the investment in aviation industry.
The conference “Challenge accepted: specific conditions for development of aviation companies in Russia” hosted by the Special Economic Zone “Titanium valley” and Boeing Russia will take place on June 19th during the International aviation salon MAKS – 2017.

The conference is aimed at successful supply-chain strategies in aviation industry within the frames of partnership programs and the mechanisms of governmental support of industrial projects. Discussion will be also devoted to the perspectives of creation of an aviation cluster in Ekaterinburg city with the key-resident – the Ural Aviation Factory.

The speakers of the conference are representatives of the biggest aviation companies of Russian Federation:
  Director of Aviation Industry Department of Ministry of Industry and Trade Russian Federation Sergey Emelianov
  CEO OJSC «Russian Helicopters» Andrey Boginskiy, 
  President Boeing Russia and CIS Sergey Kravchenko, 
  CEO Special Economic Zone “Titanium valley” Artemiy Kyzlasov, 
  Vice-President Production PJSC “United Aircraft Corporation” Urasov Sergey
 
CEO Ural Civil Aviation Works Vadim Badekha




The discussion will be held as a SWOT-analysis in order to observe the maximal range of opinions on the import-substitution in aviation industry, the needs and requirements of companies, the problems and challenges of the suppliers. The main mechanisms of governmental support, tax-exemptions and tax-holidays in the regions, the risks for the foreign and Russian investors, the trends of the industry itself will be also discussed and evaluated.

Artemiy Kyzlasov, CEO “Special Economic Zone “Titanium valley”:
“The economic situation during last decade has been pretty much challenging. One of the biggest challenges is import substitution. The import substitution strategy has shown its first results – several industries show considerable growth. Though there are industries still dependent a lot form the imported production and aviation industry is one of them. The production of aviation components and details is one of the key specialization of the Special Economic Zone “Titanium valley”. The partners of the biggest titanium producer VSMPO-AVISMA might become the residents of the Special Economic Zone “Titanium valley”. Following the will of the Ministry of Industry and trade we are now in a process of creation of an aviation cluster and the key resident of it will be the Ural Civil Aviation Factory which currently collaborates with Diamond and Bell”.

Companies of the aviation and aerospace industries (MRO, sub-assembling, suppliers, components and materials producers, factories and plants) and the representatives of the industrial associations, R&D institutions and mass media can follow the link for the registration.

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16.06.2017