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5 Feb 2020

Belarusian BelAZ about to introduce new vehicles for airports

Belarusian BelAZ about to introduce new vehicles for airports
Photo courtesy of BelAZ

MINSK, 5 February (BelTA) – The Belarusian heavy truck manufacturer BelAZ is getting ready to roll out a renewed lineup of vehicles for airports, the company’s press service told BelTA.

Aircraft tugs will play a major role in the new lineup. BelAZ-7427 series vehicles for towing aircraft with the takeoff weight of up to 600 tonnes have passed company tests and operational tests. They are fully compliant with requirements of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). In comparison with the previous generation the new one boasts a different layout and a number of technical solutions potential customers will love.

BelAZ will present updated special-purpose vehicles during the 7th National Aviation Infrastructure Forum & Show 2020 in Moscow on 6-7 February.

BelAZ has been making BelAZ-7427 series vehicles since 2016. Russia is the main target market.

BelAZ representatives also mentioned they are assembling an aircraft tug for towing aircraft with the takeoff weight of up to 150 tonnes (BelAZ-54010). The company is also designing a vehicle to tow aircraft with the takeoff weight of up to 260 tonnes (BelAZ-64020), which will replace the commercially available BelAZ-74212 model in the future.

The public joint-stock company (OAO) BelAZ is the managing company of the holding company BelAZ. BelAZ is the world's leading manufacturer of haul trucks and transport equipment for mining industry and civil engineering industry. BelAZ accounts for some 30% of the world market of haul trucks with an extremely large carrying capacity. BelAZ products are exported to more than 80 countries. The company makes the world’s largest haul truck with the carrying capacity of 450 tonnes.

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