VSMPO-Avisma continues to work together with the holding company «Russian Helicopters» and CPL VI. As part of the expansion of long-term agreement was signed activity. It stipulates the provision by Avisma titanium products for the projects of new helicopters. The agreement covers the period from 2016 to 2018. Start of the tripartite agreement between the parties had in 2013. Since titanium Russian company is the delivery of almost all the existing nomenclature. The list includes extrusions, sheet, forgings, tubing, profiles, and more.
Cherkovsky Alexander, director of purchasing, «Russian Helicopters», cooperation happy. According to him Avisma confirms its reputation as a reliable partner. Products supplied by the corporation, has a high quality. In the framework of cooperation to create a reliable helicopters are in demand all over the world. Projects that are already used by Avisma titanium products — the Ka-52, Ka-226T, Mi-8/17 and others. The new agreement confirms the development of mutually beneficial cooperation. It also suggests expanding the assortment of goods supplied by VSMPO-Avisma.
Russian titanium company has actively participated in the exhibition «Metal-Expo 2015». VSMPO-Avisma presented not only new products but also technology. At the exhibition the company representatives held meetings and negotiations with partners in the aircraft sector. Avisma representatives are also interested in the medical sector and engine. In turn Avisma stand was visited by representatives of Russian Helicopters, RCC «Progress», the RAC «MiG» and others.
promising direction in the production of titanium products discussed on metallurgical forum with interest. It was on additive technologies. The term «additive» refers to mathematics and physics, and is translated as «pribavlyaemost». This is a process to obtain a result by adding the initial components. VSMPO-Avisma Experts discussed with Russian and foreign colleagues of titanium powder production methods. We considered also the problem and the specific use of titanium in additive technology. Representatives of the companies discussed the production of titanium parts on 3D printers. Despite the fact that VSMPO-Avisma expects a certain slowdown on the orders of Russian consumers, the prospects for the company are excellent.