Rostec will increase by 18% the supply of the ventilator

“Concern radio-Electronic technologies” (KRET) rostec Corporation will produce more than 6.7 thousand ventilators for the Russian medical institutions. The new settings specified in the agreement entered into between the group and the Ministry of industry and trade April 15, 2020.

According to the Government order of March 21, 2020, the CONCERN was to produce and deliver not less than 5700 pieces of equipment in the amount of 7.5 billion rubles. In accordance with the agreement concluded with the Ministry for health will be released 6711 of the ventilator. Thus, the shipment volume will increase by 18%, and selling price supplied to the state the equipment will be reduced to 1.11 million rubles per unit. The production rate for production of the required number of the ventilator was increased by 10 times.

“To execute the state order at the Ural instrument plant in a short time were given an additional Assembly plant, to increase the amount were established the supply of components as necessary. We have launched the production of parts and components for medical ventilators and other production sites of the group. The main suppliers of parts and assemblies, JSC “rsie” and Stavropol plant “Signal”, – said General Director of JSC “CONCERN” Nikolai Kolesov.

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