Dolgoprudnenskoe Scientific Production Plant
|Revenue||$161 million (2015)|
OJSC Dolgoprudnenskoye Scientific Production Plant (also translated as Dolgoprudny Research Production Enterprise, Russian: Долгопрудненское научно-производственное предприятие) or DNPP for short is a Soviet/Russian designer and mass producer of surface-to-air missiles located in the city of Dolgoprudny, Moscow Oblast.
Currently, it's producing SAMs for land-based air defence systems (Buk-M1-2 for example) and its naval version (Shtil-1). It also develops and produces devices for the automatic launching and flight control of the missiles.
In 1951 it changed the name to Dolgoprudny Machine-building Plant (Russian: Долгопрудненский машиностроительный завод or DMZ.
In 1992 enterprise finished public offering of its shares.
Since 2002 DNPP joined Almaz-Antey (49.34% shares of DNPP to Almaz-Antey).
- http://www.dnpp.biz/ official page
- Industry >> Business catalogue >> "Dolgoprudny Research Production Enterprise" at RusNavy.com
- (in Russian) DNPP on Almaz-Antey website
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