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Type Open Joint Stock Company
Industry Aerospace & Defense
Founded 2002
Headquarters 41 Vereyskaya str. Moscow, Russia, 121471[1]
Key people Vladislav Vladimirovich Menshikov (General Director, Anatoly Ivanovich Sabin (Head of Research)
Revenue Increase 272.1 bn roubles (2013)
Profit Increase 12.7 bn rub. (2013)

JSC Concern "Almaz-Antey" (Russian: ОАО «Концерн ПВО „Алмаз-Антей“») is a Russian joint undertaking in the arms industry, a result of a merger of Antey Corporation and NPO Almaz, unifying some of the national military enterprises, in particular, the developers of anti-aircraft defence systems (PVO in Russian). The organisation is headquartered in Moscow.It is the world's 12th-largest defence contractor measured by 2013 defence revenues. In 2013, the entity had arms sales of $8.33 billion. [2]


Founded in 2002 by Presidential Decree 412 of the Russian President.[3]

In 2003 the Director General of the Concern, Igor Klimov was shot dead. Criminal investigation found that it was linked to a property revision inside the company.[citation needed]

The current Board is headed by Viktor Ivanov, Director General; Vladislav Menshikov, Chief Designer; and Anatoly Savin.


Includes 46 enterprises and scientific research institutes:

Concern structure optimization process continues by inclusion into it the following enterprises (since 2007[4]):

  • JSC Arzamas Instrument Plant
  • JSC Impulse (Moscow)
  • JSC Lantan (Moscow)
  • JSC Interstate joint-stock corporation Vympel (Moscow)
  • JSC Radiophysics (Moscow)
  • JSC Russian Institute of Radionavigation and Time (St. Petersburg)
  • JSC Saturn (Omsk)
  • FSUE State Scientific Research Institute of Device-designing (Moscow)
  • FSUE Scientific Technical Center of Industrial Technologies and Aeronavigational Systems (Moscow)
  • FSUE "FNPC "Nizhegorodsky Scientific Research Institute of Radiotechnics" (Nizhniy Novgorod)
  • FSUE OKB Peleng (Ekaterinburg)

Total net profit of Almaz-Antey - 1.7 bn roubles (2004), total gain - 38.2 bn rub.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Almaz-Antey official address at Rosprom website
  2. ^
  3. ^ "История". Алмаз-Антей (in Russian). 2007-08-21. Archived from the original on 16 September 2008. Retrieved 2008-08-10. 
  4. ^ From the Decree #136/05.02.2007 of the Russian President

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