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Russia has good chances to expand its presence in the arms market of Peru

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Russia has good chances to expand its presence in the arms market of Peru

The 4-th International Exhibition of Defense Technologies SITDEF-2013 is starting today in Lima, which runs until May 19. Companies from 24 countries take part in the showroom.


On the eve of the opening of the exhibition in an interview with RIA News»The head of the regional department of Rosoboronexport and the head of the company's delegation at the SITDEF-2013 exhibition Sergey Ladygin said that the Peruvian side is taking an active interest in the T-90C MBT.

In addition, he said, “Peru is currently showing interest in Russian aviation and automotive technology. There are appeals regarding the possible supply of air defense systems, anti-tank systems, engineering and construction equipment, components and spare parts. ”

S. Ladygin stressed that Rosoboronexport considers promising areas of cooperation as the delivery of Su-30 type airplanes, Mi-171Sh helicopters, T-90C MBT, Smerch MLRS, Pantsir-C1 ZRPK, as well as additional property to ATCM "Cornet-E."

According to TSAMTO, Russia has good chances to expand its presence in the arms market of Peru due to an active marketing policy to promote the Russian defense industry. In addition, the current situation on the Peru market has been favorable due to the cancellation of the results of a number of previously announced tenders, where Russia has lost to its competitors, and now it can again fight for orders. This applies to short-range and medium-range air defense systems, OBT and MANPADS.

The program of procurement of air defense systems of short and medium range

In April, 2012, the Ministry of Defense of Peru announced the cancellation of the decision to issue a contract for the supply of short and medium-range air defense systems to the international Air Force TRIAD consortium. The project cost was estimated at 150 million dollars.

The TRIAD consortium, which included the American company Northrop Grumman, the Israeli Raphael and the Polish group Bumar, proposed the 3 early warning radar AN / TPS-78, the short-range air defense system Spider-SR, and the Poprad air defense system from Peru. "With the" Thunder "MANPADS.

In addition to the TRIAD consortium, Rosoboronexport and Chinese companies CETC and CPMIEC took part in the tender.

After a thorough review of the evaluation procedure, the special commission announced that the acquisition program should be canceled due to “procedural errors”.

MBT Procurement Program

Initially, Peru’s defense department intended to purchase manufactured by the Chinese corporation NORINCO MBT MBT-2000, the consignment of which was delivered to the country for evaluation.

Nevertheless, as it turned out later, the Chinese side misinformed the Peruvian defense department about its permission to re-export the tanks MVT-2000 engine-transmission compartments with a 6TD-2 engine and a Ukrainian-made transmission.

Under pressure from the opposition, the defense ministry of Peru decided to cancel the contract and postpone the MBT procurement program to a later date.

MANPADS Procurement Program

According to the Infodifensa agency, the Peruvian Ground Forces canceled the contract for the purchase of Chiron MANPADS produced by the South Korean company LIG Nex1.

In December 2012, the Ministry of Defense Peru summed up the tender for the supply of MANPADS, the winner of which was the South Korean company LIG Nex1, which offered KP-SAM MANPADS (“Shin Gang”; Shin Gung; export name - “Chiron”; Chiron). The contract worth 109,15 of new salts (42,87 million dollars) provided for the supply of 18 launchers, more 100 missiles, 3 radar, simulators, and provision of services for personnel training and equipment maintenance.

The proposals for the competition were also submitted by the China Precision Engineering Import-Export Corporation CPMIEC (MANPADS QW-18; FN-16) and Rosoboronexport (Igla-S).

After selecting the winner of LIG Nex1, two other bidders filed protests. CPMIEC believed it should win, because it offered the lowest price for the delivery of QW-18 MANPADS. In turn, Rosoboronexport stated that the South Korean MANPADS includes technologies for the export of which to third countries the Russian side did not give consent. The South Korean company claimed that only national technologies allowed for sale abroad were used in the complex.

Apparently, Rosoboronexport was able to confirm its statements with the relevant documents. At the same time, the South Korean company demanded an increase in prepayment from 30% to 60%. This led to a decision to cancel the contract with LIG Nex1.

Other promising programs

Fighter purchase program

Proposals for the sale of Peruvian air force fighters were presented by Dassault (Rafale), Eurofighter (EF-2000 Typhoon Tranche 3), SAAB (JAS-39 Gripen), Rosoboronexport (Su-30 and MiG-29) and Boeing (F / A-18E / F Super Hornet).

In addition, as it became known in January 2013, the Government of Spain offered the EF-20 "Typhoon" Tranche 2000 fighter jets to the Peru Air Force 1.

At the same time, due to the limited military budget of Peru, the implementation of the program for the purchase of fighters in the short term seems unlikely.

The procurement program 24 multipurpose military transport helicopters

At the end of March 2013, the Ministry of Defense of Peru submitted for approval to the Ministry of Economy and Finance a project to finance the procurement of 24 multi-purpose military transport helicopters Mi-171Ш.

According to information sources in the Ministry of Defense of Peru, the cost of one helicopter will be 16,95 million dollars (the total cost of 24 units - 406,8 million dollars).

The Peruvian Command has sent a request for the purchase of 18 new helicopters at the end of 2012. In the future, the number of cars scheduled for purchase increased to 24 units.

The main bidders for the supply were called “Eurocopter” with AS-332C1 “Super Puma” and AS-532 “Cougar” and OJSC “Helicopters of Russia” with Mi-171Sh.

In early March of this year, the evaluation of the proposals of two applicants by a special commission began. As a result, after analyzing the report of the technical committee on the recommendation of the Joint Command of the Peruvian Armed Forces and Army Aviation, a decision was made in favor of the Mi-171Ш.

According to local analysts, the adoption of the Russian proposal was expected due to lower cost, unpretentiousness in operation, greater payload, the availability of infrastructure and maintenance skills for Mi helicopters.

Peru's military import statistics for 2004-2011

Below are published statistics describing the position of Peru in the structure of world arms imports. The calculations are based on data available to TSAMTO as of the autumn of 2012.

Peru's package of orders for the import of defense products

Following the 2004-2011 years. in terms of the package of orders for the import of military products in Peru, in the TSAMTO rating, 59 takes place with a volume of 1,071 billion dollars. The largest contracts for the import of arms during this period were Peru concluded in 2009 - 300,2 million dollars and 2010 year - 280,2 million dollars.

In the Latin American region, Peru’s 6 ranks in terms of a package of import orders for Peru, behind Brazil, Venezuela, Chile, Mexico and Colombia.

Peru’s actual arms imports

According to the actual volume of arms imports by the period 2004-2011. Peru takes 65 place in the world.

Actual volume of identified imports of weapons of Peru in 2004-2011 TSAMTO estimates in the amount of 716 million dollars.

Year by year, the actual volume of Peruvian arms imports was: in 2004 year - 26,5 million dollars, in 2005 year - 67,3 million dollars, in 2006 year - 38 million dollars, in 2007 year - 28 million dollars, in 2008 year - 56 million dollars, 2009 year - 80,5 million dollars, in 2010 year - 211,2 million dollars and in 2011 year - 208,2 million dollars.

In the Latin American region, in terms of the actual volume of defense drug imports over the 2004-2011 period. Peru is ranked 6, behind Venezuela, Chile, Brazil, Mexico and Colombia.

Peru imports by importing countries

Peruvian Arms Supplies in 2004-2011 implemented 12 countries. Over the 8-year period, the volume of identified military imports of Peru in all exporting countries amounted, according to TSAMTO, to 716 million dollars.

During the same period, Peru formed a package of orders for the purchase of weapons in the amount of 1,071 billion dollars.

First place in the ranking of the largest exporters of drugs in Peru in the period 2004-2011. ranked Russia - 200,6 million dollars (28% of the market). The order book formed over the same period amounts to 312,2 million dollars (29,1% of the market).

Second place in the ranking of the largest exporters of drugs in Peru in the period 2004-2011. occupy the United States - 197 million dollars (27,5% of the market). Formed in 2004-2011. order book is 194 million dollars (18,1% of the market).

Third place in the ranking is Italy - 70 million dollars (9,8%). Formed order book - 70 million dollars (6,54%).

Fourth place is Israel - 56,2 million dollars (order book - also 56,2 million dollars). Closes the top five Poland - 50 million dollars (order book - also 50 million dollars).

In addition, the supply of weapons to Peru in 2004-2011. carried out the United Kingdom, Germany, India, Canada, China, the Netherlands and Ukraine.

Valuation of Peruvian Drugs Import in Certain Categories

The valuation of the Peruvian import contract package for selected categories of weapons in 2004-2011.

In the structure of the package of orders of Peru for the import of defense products for certain categories of weapons, the first place in the period 2004-2011. occupies the category of multi-purpose fighters (repair and modernization) - 246,7 million dollars. The second place is occupied by the category of multi-purpose helicopters - 149,3 million dollars. Closes the top three category BNK OK - 142 million dollars. In general, the period 2004-2011. Peru has formed a package of orders for the import of weapons products by 15 categories of conventional weapons.

Cost estimate of actual Peruvian weapon imports by selected weapon categories in 2004-2011.

In the structure of the actual import of defense products of Peru by period 2004-2011. The first place is occupied by the category of multi-purpose helicopters - 199 million dollars, the second place is taken by the category BNK OK - 142 million dollars. Closes the top three category ATGM - 71 million dollars.

In general, the period 2004-2011. Peru imported STIs in 14 categories of conventional weapons.

More detailed materials are published on the website of TSAMTO in the open access in the sections "Exhibitions of Armaments" and "Current Analytical Materials".
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  1. Canep
    Canep 15 May 2013 10: 41 New
    +9
    Good luck to our gunsmiths, we will definitely not fight with Peru in this century.
    1. ShturmKGB
      ShturmKGB 15 May 2013 10: 59 New
      +4
      The Indians on the T-90C - a terrible force! Watch out for the pale faces!
      1. GSH-18
        GSH-18 15 May 2013 11: 48 New
        +3
        ShturmKGB
        The Indians on the T-90C - a terrible force! Watch out for the pale faces!

        Yeah, belay already takes horror .. Pull back amers to the fullest! lol Right fifth column, their mother!
    2. 120352
      120352 15 May 2013 14: 39 New
      +1
      And as I recall, they never fought at all. For geographic reasons. It hurts far ... Yes, and what for, we need each other.
  2. NAV-STAR
    NAV-STAR 15 May 2013 10: 43 New
    +3
    Here you can only wish good luck to the industrialists and scouts.
  3. pensioner
    pensioner 15 May 2013 10: 52 New
    +2
    But I'm interested. With whom Peru has a strained relationship. Is someone threatening her? And why? He wants to buy some serious weapons. For war, not partisans to drive.
    1. bask
      bask 15 May 2013 11: 01 New
      +3
      Quote: retired
      For war, not partisans chasing

      What kind of partisans? In Peru, the Socialists are in power. If there were Amer’s puppets, as in Colombia, then they would buy only Amer’s and Israeli weapons.
      1. Rustam
        Rustam 15 May 2013 12: 01 New
        +3
        First things first, the main rival of chile already has a hundred Leopards and plans to buy another 100 ku (and you are right, Rosoboron’s positions are strong there, unlike pro-Western Colombia), but everyone will decide the commission - that's okay

        in Peru, the ancient T-55 deliveries of the 70s are naturally time to be updated, but not the fact that Rosoboron will be the winner - there are competitors in the person of the Leopards from Holland and Spain

        the only friendly pushed the Chinese with their tanks
        1. bask
          bask 15 May 2013 12: 10 New
          +2
          Quote: Rustam
          the cathedral is strong there unlike pro-Western Colombia) but everyone will decide the commission - that's okay

          And most importantly, what kind of export price will be for the MBT-T90.
      2. pensioner
        pensioner 15 May 2013 12: 57 New
        0
        Quote: bask
        What kind of partisans? In Peru, the Socialists are in power.

        Yes, this is what I know. And which of the neighbors did they fight before? There is Colombia nearby, Ecuador, Bolivia. Toko Colombia comes to mind. Are they afraid of her?
        In general, I do not know with whom historically they did not get along.
    2. xetai9977
      xetai9977 15 May 2013 13: 24 New
      +4
      Peru has strained relations with Chile and Ecuador, with which it has even repeatedly fought, so they are forced to constantly keep the powder dry.
      1. pensioner
        pensioner 15 May 2013 14: 13 New
        +1
        Thanks now! In the early 70s, the football team they had was good. There was such Teofillo Kubilas (God forbid memory). Cool was ...
  4. smershspy
    smershspy 15 May 2013 11: 15 New
    +3
    Lord! I can only say one thing: it’s enough to already trade and squander your technologies, you need to equip your army with modern equipment, but if all this is not done by our intelligence as a counterbalance to the American and our “potential enemies”! I have the honor!
    1. Phantom Revolution
      Phantom Revolution 15 May 2013 11: 41 New
      +6
      You said it right, but do not forget about the cost, the more we sell abroad, the less will cost us.
      1. 120352
        120352 15 May 2013 11: 51 New
        0
        Are we paid? After all, bananas are not a currency.
        1. Phantom Revolution
          Phantom Revolution 15 May 2013 14: 24 New
          0
          Money, even in the form of loans, goes to the factory.
  5. 120352
    120352 15 May 2013 11: 41 New
    0
    Here we will solve all defense issues in Peru, the problems of Dagestan, irregular migration, the Syrian problem will fall off by themselves. Very wise!
  6. Alikovo
    Alikovo 15 May 2013 12: 12 New
    +2
    yes it’s better to arm the countries of South America than China.
  7. 120352
    120352 15 May 2013 14: 35 New
    0
    The path to victory over Islamic extremists lies through Peru!