|Open Joint Stock Company|
|Products||helicopters, engines, air-defenсe systems|
|Revenue||US$8.2 billion (2011)|
|US$0.6 billion (2011)|
|Subsidiaries||Russian Helicopters, ODK|
OPK Oboronprom (Russian: ОПК Оборонпром) is a Russian aerospace holding company. The company is involved in helicopter production, engine production, air-defenсe systems, complex radio-electronic systems and leasing. Russian Helicopters, Oboronprom’s helicopter manufacturing group is the leading Russian designer and manufacturer of rotary-wing aircraft equipment.
- 50.24% Rostec.
- 38.44% Russian Federation.
- 4.73% RSK MiG.
- 4.41% Republic of Tatarstan.
- 1.81% Rosoboronexport.
- 0.36% Rostvertol.
- Defence Systems (75%)
- Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant (36%), a design bureau.
- Kamov (49.46%), a helicopter company.
- Kazan Helicopter Plant (29.92%), (Oboronprom operates 21%) assembly plant for Mi-8 'Hip'
- Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant (75.09%), assembly plant for Mi-8 'Hip' and Mi-171
- Rostvertol (17.13%), assembly plant for Mi-24 'Hind', Mi-26 'Halo'
- Vpered Moscow Machine-building Plant (38%)
- Oboronprom Helicopter Service Company (100%)
- Novosibirsk Aircraft Repair Plant (50%)
- Stupino Machine-building Plant (60%)
- Oboronprom Middle East Joint Venture (Jordan) (51%)
- R.E.T. Kronstadt (9.37%)
- Participation in the defence industry restructuring;
- Development of integration processes in the sector;
- Streamlining the production, financial and economic relations among enterprises;
- Attracting foreign investments for the sector's enterprises;
- Consolidation of shareholdings in defence industry companies.
It does not include Motor Sich, which inherited most of the former Soviet Union's aero engine manufacturing capabilities. It produces turbofan, turboprop and rotary-wing turboshaft engines that power aircraft in Russian service such as Mi- and Ka-series military helicopters.
- Kamov Ka-27
- Kamov Ka-28
- Kamov Ka-29
- Kamov Ka-31
- Kamov Ka-32
- Kamov Ka-226
- Kamov Ka-50
- Kamov Ka-52
- Kamov Ka-62
- Mil Mi-8
- Mil Mi-17
- Mil Mi-24
- Mil Mi-26
- Mil Mi-28
- Mil Mi-38
- Mil Mi-54
- A future fifth generation helicopter.
- "Russia to Gather Mil Helicopter Units Under Centralized Control." Defense News. May 5, 2005.
- "To Compete With Foreign Producers, Russian Helicopter Manufacturers Are to Unite." Interfax. January 25, 2006.
- Oboronprom targets Ukrainian company as helicopter consolidation continues Jane's Defence Industry, 23 August 2006
- "Share capital structure of the Company". Oboronprom. Retrieved 2012-09-11.
- "Oboronprom Company Structure". Oboronprom. Retrieved 2008-06-05.
- "About the company". Oboronprom. Retrieved 2008-06-05.
- Russia plans to develop fifth generation helicopter