Russian enterprise manufacturer of armored vehicles “Typhoon” increases its staff by one and a half times
MOSCOW, October 2 – RIA Novosti. It was reported to RIA Novosti that the manufacturer of armored vehicles for the Russian army, PJSC Remdizel (Naberezhnye Chelny), plans to increase its personnel by 40%, in light of the increasing demand for military equipment of the Russian Armed Forces. press service of the company.
In September, Russian President Vladimir Putin held a meeting with the heads of enterprises of the military-industrial complex, during which, among other things, they discussed the supply of military equipment mainly to units participating in the special operation.
“The current situation requires an increase in the production of military equipment and we are no exception. Today we set ourselves the task of closing all vacancies at Remdiesel, and we are talking about technical specialists, not economic, administrative positions. Thus, Remdiesel said, “We will increase our staff by 40 percent.”
The press service of Remdiesel noted that today a number of candidates are lining up at the factory, which employs about 2,400 people, many of whom are highly qualified specialists, and whom they could not even imagine in the enterprise before (they worked for various foreign companies). machine-building enterprises that have recently left Russia).
At the same time, the company emphasized that, despite the increase in the load on existing armored vehicle models, work on the design of new models has not stopped. One of Remdiesel’s newest models, the 3-STS Akhmat armored vehicle, developed taking into account the special operations experience, is actively put into service with the Russian army.
Remdizel manufactures equipment in different classes and in different wheel formulas, mainly armored vehicles of the Typhoon, Tornado and Shot families, for use in the armed forces. These machines were highly appreciated by the troops in a special operation, based on the results of the operation. Thus, Army General Oleg Salyukov, Commander-in-Chief of the Ground Forces of the RF Armed Forces, noted that Lens ambulances, created on the basis of Typhoon, saved the lives of a large number of Russian soldiers and officers.
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