Machine Engineering Technologies Holding

Machine Engineering Technologies Holding

A holding company brings together developers and manufacturers of artillery ammunition and special chemicals

The Mechanical Engineering (Tecmash) Mechanical Engineering Concern JSC has been established by the Rostec State Corporation in 2011. The Mechanical Engineering concern specialises in development and commercial supply of ammunition to ensure combat capabilities of the main strike units of the Armed Forces. High-performance modern weapons manufactured by Mechanical Engineering are in service in armies of more than 100 countries of the world. General director of the holding company is Vladimir Nikolayevich Lepin. 

Mechanical Engineering Today

Today, the Tecmash JSC holding company includes 36 organisations of the ammunition industry. Many enterprises and research institutes of the holding company have rich history going back to the pre-war period and the years of the Great Patriotic War. Many plants and research institutes received state awardsfor their work achievements. The holding company's organisations are located in 17 federal subjects of the Russian Federation.

Holding Company's Products

The Mechanical Engineering concern develops and manufactures multiple-launch rocket systems, ammunition for ground-, sea- and air-based small-calibre artillery, engineer ammunition, air bomb weapons, grenade launcher rounds, close combat weapons, artillery rounds for ground- and sea-based artillery, detonating devices and other military products.

Civilian products include: processing equipment for the fuel and energy industry, industrial and medical refrigerating equipment, agricultural machinery and fast moving consumer goods.

Mechanical Engineering (Tecmash) Mechanical Engineering Concern JSC Holding Company Includes:

  • Mechanical Engineering Scientific Production Concern JSC, Moscow (parent organisation) 

  • Pribor, Scientific Production Association JSC, Moscow 

  • Sergo Plant Production Association JSC, Zelenodolsk, Republic of Tatarstan

  • Kemerovo Mechanical Plant JSC, Kemerovo

  • Signal JSC, Chelyabinsk

  • Research Institute of Engineering JCS, Balashikha, Moscow Region

  • Nizhnelomovsky Electromechanical Plant JCS, Nizhny Lomov, Penza Region

  • Basalt Research and Production Association JSC, Moscow

  • Aleksinsky Experimental Mechanical Plant JSC, Aleksin, Tula Region

  • Stamp Machine-Building Plant named after B. L. Vannikov JSC, Tula

  • Planta Chemical Plant JSC, Nizhny Tagil, Sverdlovsk Region

  • Novo-Vyatka JSC, Kirov

  • Polimer JSC, Chapayevsk, Samara Region

  • Mechanical Engineering Research Institute named after V.V. Bahirev JSC, Moscow

  • Leningrad Mechanical Plant named after Karl Liebknecht, Saint Petersburg

  • Serov Mechanical Plant JSC, Serov, Sverdlovsk Region

  • Verkhneturinsky Machine Building Plant JSC, Verkhnyaya Tura, Sverdlovsk Region

  • Plastmass Plant JSC, Kopeysk, Chelyabinsk Region

  • Krasnoarmeysk Mechanization Research Institute JSC, Krasnoarmeysk, Moscow Region

  • Central Scientific Design Bureau JSC, Moscow

  • Research Institute of Electronic Devices JSC, Novosibirsk

  • PI Snegirev Research Technological Institute JSC, Zheleznodorozhny, Moscow Region

  • Poisk Research and Production Association JSC, Saint Petersburg

  • Biisk Production Association Sibpribormash JSC, Biysk, Altai Krai

  • Kalinin Plant Production Association JSC, Saint Petersburg

  • Delta Research and Production Association JSC, Moscow

  • Smolensk Plant of Radio Components OJSC, Smolensk

  • Enisey Mechanical Repair Plant JSC, Krasnoyarsk

  • Temp Research and Production Association JSC, Moscow

  • Central Design Bureau of Polymer Materials with Pilot Production JSC, Moscow

  • Institute of Permgipromashprom OJSC, Perm

  • Tula Research Institute of Technology OJSC, Tula