MINSK, 11 July (BelTA) – The Belarusian tractor maker MTZ intends to ship at least 115 tractors to Armenia by the end of the year, BelTA learned from MTZ Acting Deputy Director General for Marketing Aleksandr Kazakevich.
Matters of bilateral cooperation were discussed as Armenian Territorial Administration and Infrastructure Minister Suren Papikyan visited MTZ. Belarusian tractors enjoy a strong demand in Armenia, including in agriculture and road construction industry. The Armenian side is interested in importing modern models.
According to Aleksandr Kazakevich, MTZ has exported about 1,000 tractors to Armenia since 1992, including 104 tractors in 2018 and 95 ones in H1 2019. “We intend to expand cooperation with Armenia,” he added.
The public joint-stock company (OAO) MTZ is one of the world's largest manufacturers of agricultural machines. The holding company includes the parent company, nine enterprises, and 26 assembly enterprises abroad. The manufacturing division employs over 17,000 people. MTZ products are present on markets of more than 60 countries.More about Economy