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In the next two decades, Boeing will buy titanium parts for $17 billion.

21 June 2011
In the next two decades, Boeing will buy titanium parts for $17 billion.

As told his interviewers with


TV-channel «Russia today»


Sergey Kravchenko (President


representative of «Boeing» in the countries


CIS), management of the Corporation plans


have until 2032 to invest in the purchase of parts


titanium, produced by Russian


companies, about 17 billion U.S. dollars.











«For the company «Boeing» manufacturers


Russia (the countries leading in titanium


industry) are the key suppliers


the «winged» metal," — said


Sergey Kravchenko. «And we are constantly


invest in strengthening


partnerships with Russian


Federation buying here engineering


development, equipment, parts, investing


funds in the development of modern


technologies," he added.










Also representative of the largest


manufacturer of aviation equipment


noted that the Corporation is pleased to provide


assistance to the Russian government in


the process of modernization of the country, and boasts a


however, that has the opportunity to develop


with representatives of the state


the joint projects. As an example


Mr. Kravchenko mentioned the enterprise


the processing of titanium created together


with «Rostekhnologii», to which


«Boeing» has made 50% of the funds required for


the launch of the plant.








In addition, during the interview, the President


representative of «Boeing» in the CIS countries


noted good prospects for development


the Russian aircraft industry. It


expressed confidence that in the near future


decades of aviation industry of the country


will take a worthy place on the global


market cruise technology, surpassing leaders


industry «Boeing» and «Airbus».

20 June 2011
22 June 2011