Wednesday, 7 November 2012

Rusia Tawarkan Buk M Dan Pantsir S1 Kepada Indonesia

Jakarta - Perusahaan Rosoboronexport Rusia akan menampilkan 200 sampel senjata dan peralatan militer dalam Pameran Internasional Senjata dan Peralatan Militer INDO Defense 2012 yang akan digelar tanggal 7 sampai 10 November di Indonesia.

"Dalam pameran ini perusahaan Rusia akan membahas isu-isu mengenai militer-teknis kerjasama dengan baik dengan Indonesia dan semua mitra di Asia-Pasifik", pernyataan dari Rosoboronexport, eksportir terbesar senjata Rusia.

Selain peralatan militer, perusahaan Rusia akan mengusulkan kepada mitranya di Asia-Pasifik untuk melakukan produksi bersama dan mengembangkan model senjata dan peralatan teknis militer yang dirakit di bawah lisensi.

"Ini berarti mentransfer sejumlah teknologi yang saat ini sangat penting bagi Indonesia yang bertujuan untuk mengembangkan industri pertahanan nya," wakil direktur Rosoboronexport, Victor Komardin, yang memimpin delegasi Rusia di pameran.

Dia menambahkan bahwa perusahaan mengharapkan antipesawat sistem pertahanan seperti "Buk-M2E", "Pantsir-S1" dan "Igla-S" akan menarik masyarakat di acara itu.

Rosoboronexport datang ke Indonesia juga akan menawarkan pertahanan udara yang kompleks yaitu sistem rudal jarak menegah dan sistim rudal jarak pendek yaitu "Buk-M2E" dan "Pantsir-S1".

Sumber : MIK

Rosoboronexport will present more than 200 items of Russian armaments and military equipment at Indo Defence 2012 Expo & Forum

In addition to military equipment Rosoboronexport will offer its partners in the Asia Pacific region joint projects relating to item development and licence assembly.

The 5th International INDO DEFENCE 2012 Expo & Forum will be held from 7 to 10 November 2012 at Jakarta, Indonesia. The exhibition is one of the most important trade events of this kind in the Asia Pacific region. This year more than 500 companies from 40 countries are expected to take part in it.


Rosoboronexport plans to discuss all outstanding issues of military technical cooperation with both Indonesian and other regional partners.


"Indonesia is one of Russia's major partners in the region, and it is only natural that we expect progress in many areas of our military technical cooperation with this country, following our talks in Jakarta. We offer our Indonesian partners various projects. It can be licence assembly, joint item development, or assistance in refining products developed by Indonesia. This also involves technologies transfers, which is now especially important for Indonesia striving to develop its own defence industry", - said Viktor Komardin, deputy director general of Rosoboronexport and head of the delegation to the exhibition.


Rosoboronexport expect that Russian air defence systems, such as the Buk-M2E missile system, Pantsir-S1 gun/missile system, and Igla-S man-portable air defence missile system, will draw special attention this year.


Rosoboronexport proposes to Indonesia a concept of integrated air defence system based on the Buk-M2E medium-range air defence missile systems and Pantsir-S1 short-range air defence gun/missile systems.
Russian experts believe that the system in such configuration will be able to effectively protect country's vital military and administrative installations from all existing air attack weapons of potential enemy, including from massive air strikes.

Highly popular in the region Russian aircraft will also be at the centre stage of the exhibition. Besides promoting new defence products such as the Ka-52 and Mi-28NE combat helicopters, Mi-26ΠΆ2 heavy-lift transport with the upgraded avionics suite and Ka-226T light multipurpose helicopters, Rosoboronexport intends to discuss with its partners all issues related to the organisation of an efficient after-sales servicing system for Russian aircraft and helicopters as well as conditions for establishing service centres.


Indonesian partners will display a BMP-3F infantry combat vehicle (ICV) operated by the Indonesian Marine Corps. The BMP-3F ICVs have earned an excellent reputation with the Indonesian armed forces. Other countries in the region are showing interest in armoured vehicles from the BMP-3 family. Russian armoured materiel in general, and the T-90S main battle tank (MBT) with its latest upgraded version in particular, show good sales prospects in this region’s market. The T-90S MBT has demonstrated excellent performance meeting its high combat and running specifications during most exacting trials in one of the countries in the region.


In the naval sector Rosoboronexport offers a wide variety of surface ships and boats, submarines, various weapon systems. Considering extended maritime borderlines of states in the region, one of the most important problems is to ensure effective protection of their 200-mile economic zones. For this purpose Rosoboronexport offers a set of facilities for establishing an integrated littoral sea control system.


ROSOBORONEXPORT, a subsidiary of the Rosteknologii State Corporation, is the sole state company in Russia authorized to export the full range of defense and dual-use products, technologies and services. ROSOBORONEXPORT is ranked among the major companies on the global arms market and accounts for over 80% of Russia’s annual arms sales. Russia maintains military-technical cooperation with over 70 countries worldwide. ROSOBORONEXPORT cooperates with more than 700 enterprises and organizations of Russia’s defense industrial complex.


ROSTEKNOLOGII is Russian corporation established in 2007 for high-technology industrial goods of civil, military and dual-purpose development, producing and exportation facilitation. It comprises 663 companies which are to form 12 defence-industry complex and 5 civil industry sector holdings. The ventures of Rostekhnologii are located in 60 regions of Russia and cater for markets of over 70 countries. CEO of the corporation is Sergey Chemezov. Net profit in 2011 amounted to 1.55 billion rubles, tax liabilities totaled 100 billion rubles.


Rosoboronexport Press Office

Natalia Shlyupkina
Phone: + 7 (495) 739-61-03
shlyupkina@post.rusarm.ru

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