MINSK, 16 April (BelTA) – Belarus' Minsk Motor Plant (MMZ) doubled supplies to Russia in Q1 2021, BelTA learned from the plant's press service.
“For many years Minsk Motor Plant has been a reliable supplier to the Russian Federation. Today MMZ cooperates with 59 Russian industrial assembly plants and is also working to establish partnerships with ten more,” said the press service. In Russia, the main consumers of MMZ products are enterprises in Kursk, Moscow, St. Petersburg, cities in Nizhny Novgorod Oblast and Yaroslavl Oblast, Bashkortostan, Mordovia, and others.
“According to the results in Q1 2021, the positive dynamics of export supplies of MMZ products to Russia remained. During the reporting period, shipments to industrial enterprises of the partners almost doubled. Companies from Bashkortostan and Cherepovets received new promising areas of cooperation and production agreements,” said MMZ.
In 2021 Minsk Motor Plant plans to continue developing its distribution network in Russia in two directions: engines and spare parts, as well as special machinery. Exports are planned to increase by 11%. This year's marketing strategy of the company is aimed at restoring sales volumes to pre-pandemic levels and achieving a growth of 5.9% to the level of 2020.
There are also plans to organize a permanent exhibition of the expanded model range of engines and special equipment at the trading and exhibition sites of Minsk Motor Plant Trading House in Noginsk and its partners in every federal district of Russia.
Minsk Motor Plant (MMZ trademark) makes modern diesel engines, gas and diesel engines, and gas reciprocating engines. The company specializes in developing, designing, and making modern three-, four-, six-, and eight-cylinder engines. The company offers over 100 modifications of engines with their output varying from 7kW to 330kW. They are designed to power agricultural machines, road construction machines, forestry vehicles, automobiles, buses, power supply plants, compressors, and other kinds of machinery. MMZ engines are shipped to assembly lines of 49 enterprises in Belarus, Russia, CIS, and non-CIS states. The products are sold in more than 50 countries of Europe, Asia, Africa, North and Latin America. Components of internationally recognized manufacturers are used to make MMZ engines.