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Mashinostroitelny Zavod  (PJSC MSZ, Elektrostal, Moscow Region)

It is one of the world’s largest companies for fabrication of nuclear fuel for nuclear power plants and ship reactors.

Nuclear fuel fabricated by PJSC MSZ (including in cooperation the French Framatome) supports operation of NPPs not only in Russia but also in Armenia, Hungary, Germany, the Netherlands, India, China, Slovakia, Ukraine, Finland, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Sweden and the Great Britain.

Besides, the company produces special transportation packages for nuclear fuel, off-standard equipment and tooling.

Novosibirsk Chemical Concentrates Plant  (PJSC NCCP, Novosibirsk).

It is one of the world leaders in producing nuclear fuel. The company is a specialist in fabrication of fuel assemblies for power reactors VVER-1000, western design reactors PWR, as well as for research reactors in Russia and abroad. Fuel assemblies made by PJSC NCCP are used at 13 NPPs in Russia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, India and China.

PJSC NCCP also is a leading Russian producer of metallic lithium and its salts as well as zeolite catalysts, which are widely used in the oil and gas industry.

Chepetsk Mechanical Plant  (JSC CMP, Glazov, Udmurt Republic)

It is among world leaders who make items of zirconium, and it is one of the key elements of the process chain of fabrication of fuel, structural materials and products for nuclear power. JSC CMP’s core business is the production of zirconium claddings for fuel rods which form fuel assemblies.

The company rapidly develops new areas of metallurgy which have wide export opportunities, eg. products made of titanium alloys, metallic calcium and hafnium. Besides, the plant manufactures superconducting materials for largest global scientific projects, such as the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER). Tried-and-tested competencies acquired in this area allow JSC CMP to conclude new orders for production of superconducting materials and take part in new high energy physics projects.

Moscow Composite Metals Plant (JSC MZP, Moscow)

Moscow Composite Metals Plant is one of the oldest enterprises of the nuclear industry. At the present time, the plan’s core business is the development, manufacture and sale of special-purpose products.