Shares of exports in Russian Helicopters' sales up to almost 60% in 9M 2017 - report
MOSCOW. Nov 27 (Interfax) - Russian Helicopters has completed more than 6 billion rubles worth of export deals in January-September this year, the company said in its quarterly report.
"The total value of exports in 9M 2017 was 6.1 billion rubles," the document said.
The share of exports in total sales was 58.9551%.
Total revenue from export activities was 6.23 billion rubles, down from 7.786 billion rubles in 9M last year.
The share of export activities in revenue rose to 60.21% from 58.01%.
The company is conducting export deliveries of helicopter equipment to Algeria, Belarus, Sudan, Pakistan and China this year.
The head of Russian Helicopters Andrei Boginsky had earlier told Interfax in an interview that the holding is planning to deliver over 200 new helicopters in 2017.
"Around 100 of them, to the Russian securities services and over 70 non-military helicopters that will go both to Russian and foreign markets," Boginsky said.