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10 June 2024, 10:16

Bobruiskagromash working on deliveries to Zimbabwe, Mongolia

Photo courtesy of Bobruiskagromash
Photo courtesy of Bobruiskagromash
MINSK, 10 June (BelTA) – Bobruiskagromash is working on deliveries to Zimbabwe and Mongolia, BelTA learned from the company’s press service.

The company has recently hosted a delegation from Zimbabwe representing the companies Grain Marketing Board and Allied Timbers Zimbabwe. The guests were shown the company's production facilities and equipment.

Representatives of Allied Timbers Zimbabwe confirmed their readiness to purchase 10 units of forestry equipment as part of a previously agreed project to develop the forest industry in the African region. In addition, the Zimbabwean partners expressed interest in purchasing a large batch of 2PTS-6-2 tractor trailers and a trial batch of MZhT-3P fire fighting vehicles. The possibility to supply  equipment for grain transportation, storage and packaging was discussed with Grain Marketing Board.

A delegation of the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Light Industry of Mongolia has also recently visited the enterprise. The delegation included heads of the companies Agricultural Corporation and Agricultural Exchange. Bobruiskagromash Director General Oleg Korsak showed the Mongolian delegation the entire range of agricultural machinery produced by the holding company, as well as new products presented at Belagro 2024, and spoke in detail about the company's production capabilities and technical re-equipment.

The Mongolian side expressed interest in forage harvesting equipment (mowers, rakes and balers) and confirmed its plans to fully implement the memorandum of cooperation signed with Agricultural Corporation during the visit of the Belarusian president and Belarus' business delegation to Ulaanbaatar. The Mongolian market mostly needs feed harvesting machines. Since 2021, more than 250 units of Bobruiskagromash forage harvesting equipment have been shipped to Mongolia. 
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