Transition “of assets” on the condensed work week due to the need to keep personnel structure of the enterprise in the conditions of insufficient loading of the production, said the official representative of Russian machines.
MOSCOW, 21 Dec. Samara aviation plant “Aviacor” (enters into holding “Russian machines”) were transferred to a shortened work week, said the official representative of Russian machines. However, he did not mention the period in which will last the company a shortened week.
The “transition “of assets” on the condensed work week is temporary and due to the need to keep personnel structure of the enterprise in the conditions of insufficient production load. However, no layoffs, no conversion production at “Aviacor” is not planned. “Aviacor” plant remains, which produces aircraft (now in the work of the remaining aircraft on An-140 project), and provides overhaul and maintenance of aircraft of various types, including a new project on modernization of the Tu-95 by order of the Ministry of defence”, — said the interlocutor.
“Aviakor” in Samara and is included in the machine-building holding “Russian machines”, a friendly financial-industrial group “Basic element” Oleg Deripaska. The plant specializes in the production of turboprop regional passenger aircraft An-140. Today in the Park of airline “Yakutia” there are four An-140, the operation of which was discontinued in August 2014. For defense plant upgrade strategic bombers Tu-95MS bombers, and also produces spare parts for virtually ceased to operate in civil aviation planes Tu-154.