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Russian Helicopters can set up 3-4 warehouses in Europe, Southeast Asia and Latin America

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Dana Ermolenko
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Source: Ruaviation

The Russian Helicopters is considering an opportunity of setting up 3 or 4 warehouses in different points of the world for support of its service centers and products overseas, CEO of the holding Andrei Boginsky told TASS on Thursday.

"We have a development and aftersales service program. There is a task of setting up depots for service centers in specific regions. We are reviewing development of such storage in Europe, Southeast Asia and Latin America. The European Center can be used in this case for work with North Africa," the top manager said.

Such a warehouse can be either in Thailand or in Vietnam as regards Southeast Asia, Boginsky said. The company does not rule out that the need for the fourth storage may arise.

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