Russian Helicopters, a subsidiary of Oboronprom,
part of State Corporation Rostec, has re-elected Vladimir Artyakov
as Chairman of the Board of Directors.
Mr Artyakov, who is also first deputy CEO of
Rostec, has served as Chairman of the Board of Russian Helicopters
since July 2013.
“Russian Helicopters produced good financial and
operational results in 2013, strengthening its position as a
leading global helicopter manufacturer,” Vladimir Artyakov said.
“In 2014 the company will continue to pursue strategic goals
including further increasing global market share, expanding and
diversifying its model range, streamlining production and continuing to roll out its global after-sales service offering.”
Oboronprom CEO Dmitry Lelikov was re-elected as Deputy
Chairman of the Board of Directors of Russian Helicopters.
A new Board of Directors was elected at an Extraordinary General
Meeting of shareholders of Russian Helicopters on 27 February. In
addition to Vladimir Artyakov and Dmitry Lelikov, the board
- Alexander Mikheev, CEO of Russian Helicopters;
- Sergei Skvortsov, Deputy CEO of Rostec;
- Pavel Osin, First
Deputy General Director of Oboronprom;
- Shiv Vikram Khemka,
Vice Chairman of SUN Group;
- Jean-Loup Picard (independent
- Jean-Paul Béchat (independent director);
Vladimir Litvin, head of the Department of Corporate Procedures
and Property at Rostec.
Russian Helicopters, JSC is a
subsidiary of UIC Oboronprom, which in turn is a part of State
Corporation Rostec. It is one of the global leaders in helicopter
production and the only helicopter design and production
powerhouse in Russia.
Russian Helicopters is headquartered in
Moscow. The company comprises five helicopter production
facilities, two design bureaus, a spare parts production and
repair facility, as well as an aftersale service branch
responsible for maintenance and repair in Russia and all over the
Its helicopters are popular among Russian ministries and
state authorities (Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Internal
Affairs, Emergency Control Ministry), operators (Gazpromavia, UTair), major Russian corporations.
Over 8000 helicopters of
Soviet/Russian make are operated in 110 countries worldwide.
Traditionally the demand is highest in the Middle East, Africa,
Asia Pacific, Latin America, Russia, and CIS countries.
Helicopters was established in 2007. In 2013 its IFRS revenues
increased 10% to RUB 138.3 billion. Deliveries reached 275
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