Rosoboronexport presents Russian shipbuilding technology at IMDS 2021

Project 12700 Alexandrit coastal minesweeper

Rosoboronexport JSC (part of the Rostec State Corporation) presented the latest models of Russian naval equipment and coastal surveillance and defence systems to foreign customers during the tenth anniversary of International Maritime Defence Show (IMDS 2021). “Rosoboronexport is a longstanding exhibitor and sponsor at the International Maritime Defense Show. Therefore, as one of the pioneers, we are very pleased to note that the show has grown qualitatively and ranked well amongt the world’s leading exhibitions,” stated Alexander Mikheev, Director General of Rosoboronexport. “Rosoboronexport has invited delegations from more than 70 countries to IMDS 2021 and we expect a strong incentive to develop military-technical cooperation with partners in the naval segment. Today, the company’s order portfolio in this segment stands at about $5.5 billion. It includes contracts for the supply and joint construction of ships and submarines, the supply of various weapons for them and coastal support equipment, as well as infrastructure projects.” Rosoboronexport’s exhibits at IMDS reflected the main needs of the present-day market, guiding potential customers towards the purchase the most in-demand products. Scale models of the Project 636 large dieselelectric submarine, Project 20382 Tigr class corvette, Project 677E Amur 1650 diesel-electric submarine,  and the Rubezh-ME coastal defence missile system were on display at the company’s stand. The latest Russian naval equipment, whose export versions Rosoboronexport is offering to its partners in the world market, were also showcased at the Passenger Port of St. Petersburg within the Show.