Bobruisk Plant of Tractor Parts and Units expands into Mongolia

29 march 2011 года

Bobruisk Plant of Tractor Parts and Units (Bobruisk, Mogilev Oblast) continues eastward expansion. After signing contracts for delivery of tractors to Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan, the company struck a contract with Mongolia. In March this year the company shipped six tractors Belarus-320.4 to that country, BelTA learnt from the company.

The contract was signed with the Mongolian company AGROMACHTECH Co., Ltd. and provides for the delivery of tractors and a whole range of attachments to them. The first batch of equipment was shipped to Mongolia within a week after the contract was concluded. This equipment will be presented to potential customers at AgroTech Mongolia -2011, the first international exhibition of agricultural machinery, which will be held in the city of Darkhan on 7-8 April. "We hope that by participating in the expo we will introduce Mongolian farmers to our products and sign new contracts to supply equipment to that country,” the company said.

The company is working hard to expand its reach into new markets. In the near future Bobruisk tractors will be shipped to other countries in the Asian region: 2 utility vehicles MPU-320 will be supplied to Iraq, 8 tractors Belarus-320.4 to Afghanistan. The company is committed to expand into new markets in Asia and other regions.

Bobruisk Plant of Tractor Parts and Units was founded in 1945. It is part of the Minsk Tractor Works (MTZ trademark). It manufactures more than 500 component parts and units for the entire range of tractors. In 2009 the plant started to produce more powerful tractors Belarus-622 and Belarus-422. The company has a quality management system in compliance with the ISO 9001 2001 international standards. Today the company employs about 3,500 people.

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