July 30, 2018
Categories: Roscosmos, Russia

On July 27 a schedule for the creation of a single integrated engine building structure on the base of NPO “Energomash” has been agreed upon and signed.
 
The decision to create such a structure was made following the visit of “Roscosmos” General Director Dmitry Rogozin to the enterprise on July 14, 2018.
 
Dmitry Rogozin visited NPO “Energomash”, where together with the company’s management made a by-pass of the production facilities.

He noted the high level of production culture, and also discussed the possibilities of increasing the reliability of rocket and space technology.

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