MINSK, 9 November (BelTA) – The output of Minsk Motor Plant (MMZ trademark) went up by 12% in January-October 2022, BelTA learned from the press service of the enterprise.
“The production units of Minsk Motor Plant showed great results in January-October 2022. The company manufactured 42,483 engines in accordance with the increased demand. The output of 38,054 in January-October 2021. The growth made up almost 12%. In October, 4,350 engines were assembled, including 690 six-cylinder engines and 166 small engines. The plant produced 61 special-purpose vehicles,” the press service said.
In January-October 2022 Minsk Motor Plant sold 42,485 engines. In January-October 2021 the company shipped 39,938 engines to its customers. “The sales is steadily steadily increase in both four-cylinder and six-cylinder and small-cylinder engines,” the plant said.
The sales to the Russian Federation also increased significantly – up 33.7%. Exports to non-CIS countries rose by 3%. The products of the Belarusian company were first shipped to the market of the Republic of Benin (Africa).
“Serious growth is observed in the production and sales of small engines, mainly MMZ-3LD. For comparison, 433 of them were produced in the first 10 months of last year and 1,119 this year. This is a growth of almost 247%," stressed the press service.
Belarusian engines are successfully replacing imported engines, which were installed by Russian and Belarusian manufacturers of small cars. In November, the MMZ team is not going to slow down. Taking into account the refined plan, it is planned to assemble up to 4,500 engines.
“Minsk Motor Plant posted a strong growth in the output and sales of small engines, mainly MMZ-3LD. For comparison, 433 of them were produced in January-October 2021 and 1,119 this year. The growth reached almost 147%,” the press service said.
Belarusian engines are successfully replacing imported ones, which were installed by Russian and Belarusian manufacturers. In November, the MMZ team is not going to slow down. Taking into account the adjusted plan, the plant is set to assemble up to 4,500 engines.
Founded in 1963, Minsk Motor Plant specializes in the development, design and manufacture of modern three-, four-, six- and eight-cylinder engines. The company produces more than 100 modifications of engines ranging from 7 to 330 kW, designed for agricultural, road-building and harvesting equipment, trucks and buses, power plants, compressors and other units. Minsk Motor Plant engines are supplied to 49 enterprises in Belarus, CIS and non-CIS countries. The plant sells to more than 50 countries of Europe, Asia, Africa, North and Latin America.