High-tech aviation developments from Obninsk Research and Production Enterprise Technologiya formed the main part of the exhibit from RT-Chemcomposite at JEC Composites Show, the international exhibition of specialized composites held in Paris.
Products from a wide range of businesses were presented at the exhibition. Participants and visitors were able to see the unique, sound-absorbing SAM-146 engine, glazing elements, and fragments of composite power structures for the future domestic MS-21 airliner.
The exhibition provides the opportunity to get a comprehensive overview of the main trends of the industry and establish productive international cooperation
OLEG KOMISSAR, CEO OF OBNINSK RESEARCH AND PRODUCTION ENTERPRISE TECHNOLOGIYA
“The exhibition, which is celebrating its fiftieth anniversary, is an excellent platform to showcase our achievements to potential partners. No less important is the opportunity to get a comprehensive overview of the main trends of the industry and establish productive international cooperation,” said Oleg Komissar, CEO of ORPE Technologiya.
In addition to product demonstrations, Russian companies at the exhibition conducted a series of negotiations. Discussions with long-standing partners Fives Group and Airtech Europe Sarl led to the consolidation of existing agreements and the identification of areas to expand cooperation.
During the exhibition, the leadership of ORPE Technologiya discussed with representatives from various departments of Airbus possibilities for cooperating. Foreign companies expressed interested in the glazing repair kits made by the Obninsk enterprise for Airbus aircraft operated by domestic Russian airlines.
For more than 30 years, Obninsk Research and Production Company Technologiya has successfully focused on the development, commercialization, and supply of high-tech products of non-metallic polymers, composite and ceramic materials for the space and aviation industries, water transportation, and energy and other industries. The work of the enterprise has led to more than 800 new materials.