Kuznetsov Design Bureau
Kuznetsov Design Bureau

Kuznetsov Design Bureau



The Samara Scientific and Technical Complex named after Nikolai Kuznetsov (SNTK named after ND Kuznetsov) is a previously existing aircraft engine-building enterprise located in Samara. It has been incorporated into OJSC Kuznetsov since June 2011. Earlier names - Plant No. 276, Kuibyshev Motor Plant, State Union Experimental Plant No. 2, Kuibyshev Research and Production Association Trud.

Kuznetsov Design Bureau


The developer of engines of the NK type (previously known under the TV brand) for civil and military aviation, engines for power plants and gas pumping units based on aircraft engines, as well as rocket engines. The largest enterprise in the Commonwealth of Independent States for the creation and development of aircraft engines.

SNTK them. Kuznetsova N.D. was founded in 1946 as a design bureau in accordance with order No. 228 of the Minister of Aviation Industry dated 19.04.1946 under the name State Union Experimental Plant No. 2. Since the 1950s, the experimental design bureau has designed engines later produced at the plant named after ... Frunze.

In 1946, the State Union Experimental Plant No. 145 of the Ministry of Aviation Industry of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics was created at the plant No. 2 named after S. M. Kirov in the village of Administrative near the city of Kuibyshev (now Samara). His primary task was the development of aircraft turboprop and turbojet engines. Olekhnovich NM was appointed director of the plant.

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15.04.1949 Nikolai Kuznetsov was transferred from Ufa and was appointed chief designer. In May 1949, the chief designer and plant manager was appointed Nikolai Kuznetsov.

On 2.07.1957, plant No. 276 awarded one of the highest awards - the Order of Lenin.

On August 27.08.1953, 276, the second experimental plant was renamed into Experimental Plant No. 1967. Since June 276, the Experimental Plant No. 1981 was renamed into the Kuibyshev Motor Plant of the Ministry of Aviation Industry of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. In July XNUMX, according to the order of the Ministry of Aviation Industry, the Kuibyshev Research and Production Association Trud was created. It included the Kuibyshev Design Bureau of Mechanical Engineering, the Kuibyshev Motor Plant, and the Kazan Design Bureau of Mechanical Engineering. The association was headed by N. D. Kuznetsov.

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On January 25 1991, the company was named SGNPP "Trud" (Samara State Research and Production Enterprise "Work").

Head SGNPP "Trud" in June 1993 was appointed Eugene A. Gritsenko.

In June 1994, the enterprise again became known in a new way as JSC SNTK NK Engines (JSC Samara Scientific and Technical Complex NK Engines). JSC SNTK "Dvigateli NK" in January 1996 was renamed into JSC "SNTK im. ND Kuznetsov "(JSC" Samara Scientific and Technical Complex named after ND Kuznetsov ").

27.06.2011/2010/XNUMX JSC "Samara Design Bureau of Mechanical Engineering", JSC "SNTK im. ND Kuznetsov ", as well as JSC" NPO "Povolzhsky AvITI" joined JSC "Kuznetsov", which until XNUMX was called JSC "Motorostroitel").

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In 2007, the largest shareholders of the company were the Russian Federal Property Fund (60 percent), Aleksey Leushkin, a businessman from Samara (16 percent), and Gazinvest investment company (7,6 percent), other shares belonged to individuals and legal entities. At the beginning of 2008, the transaction for the sale of Alexey Leushkin's shares (21,6 percent) to the state, or rather to Oboronprom, was completed. The deal is worth approximately $ 4 million.

In September 2007, Sergei Tresvyatsky, both general and executive director, was fired, Dmitry Gennadievich Fedorchenko, chief designer of the enterprise, was appointed acting head.

The volume of production in 2006 reached an astronomically record figure of 969 million rubles.

In general, the company is actively developing due to the investments and the program of state support for plans to not only all-Russian, but also world-class quality.

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