Russia’s Almaz-Antey Group, the manufacturer of S-300, S-400 and Buk air defense missile systems, plans to hold talks with potential customers from Southeast Asia at the 12th Aero India international aerospace exhibition in Bangalore on February 20-24, the Group’s press office said on Friday.
“The Group’s participation in the international aerospace show aims to strengthen the image of a reliable supplier of exclusive defense products for the Russian Armed Forces, and to expand the range of the output’s potential customers from among Southeast Asian countries,” the press office cited Almaz-Antey Deputy CEO for Foreign Economic Activity Vyacheslav Dzirkaln as saying.
During the aerospace show, Almaz-Antey representatives “are planning to hold meetings and talks with potential customers of the enterprise’s products,” the press office says.
At its integrated display stand, Almaz-Antey will feature models, videos and media presentations on short-, medium-and long-range surface-to-air missile systems.
“The exhibition’s visitors will be able to view S-400 Triumf, Antey-2500, S-300PMU2 Favorit, Buk-M2E air defense missile systems and various modifications of the Tor surface-to-air missile complex, including with the combat vehicles Tor-M2E and Tor-M2K,” the statement says.
Almaz-Antey will also feature civil output at India’s aerospace show: the DMRL-3 weather radar and the ROSC-1 radar-optical system of providing security for facilities and neutralizing unmanned aerial vehicles.