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19 January 2023, 19:23

Russia's Bashkortostan interested in Minsk Motor Plant products

Photo courtesy of the MMZ
Photo courtesy of the MMZ

MINSK, 19 January (BelTA) – Russia's Republic of Bashkortostan is interested in products of Minsk Motor Plant (MMZ), the company's press service told BelTA.

A Bashkortostan delegation visited the Belarusian company on 19 January. The guests were made familiar with the company's manufacturing process. They went on a tour of the assembly lines where four-cylinder engines, six-cylinder engines, and low-powered engines are made. The latest equipment the company installed in the last few years as part of the retooling campaign was demonstrated to them.

When asked whether the Belarusian company has the capacity for cooperation with Bashkortostan manufacturing enterprises, MMZ Deputy Director General, Director for Product Quality and Technical Service Ivan Bakun said the MMZ is ready to supply any number of engines to a customer and provide the modifications that suit the customer's assembly lines.

After the tour of the manufacturing facilities the Bashkortostan delegation went to discuss future strategic cooperation with the MMZ management.

Bashkortostan Deputy Prime Minister, Agriculture Minister Ilshat Fazrakhmanov said: “It is a very large factory. The products Minsk Motor Plant makes quite satisfy us and we will cooperate with the company.”

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. MMZ 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. The company uses components from internationally recognized brands to make engines.

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