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23 Mar 2020

Belarusian BelAZ ships first bulldozer to Mongolia

Belarusian BelAZ ships first bulldozer to Mongolia
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MINSK, 23 March (BelTA) – The Belarusian automobile engineering company BelAZ has shipped a bulldozer and several dust control sprinklers to Mongolia, the company’s press service told BelTA.

While Mongolian mining companies have known BelAZ haul trucks with the carrying capacity of 30-220 tonnes for quite some time, the BelAZ-78231 bulldozer was the first bulldozer the Belarusian company had shipped to Mongolia.

BelAZ has been shipping vehicles to Mongolia every year for the last five years in large batches. As many as 35 haul trucks were shipped to Mongolia in 2019 alone.

About 200 vehicles made by BelAZ are in use in Mongolia. United BelAZ Machinery Company is the local dealership that offers aftersales service and post-warranty service in Mongolia. The necessary amount of original components and spare parts are shipped upon customers’ orders in order to ensure uninterrupted operation.

Negotiations on shipping a batch of haul trucks with the carrying capacity of 55-220 tonnes to Mongolia are now in progress with mining companies and outsourcing companies.

BelAZ representatives said the company may ship about 40 haul trucks to Mongolia in 2020. Mongolian clients also demonstrate interest in BelAZ’s latest products such as diesel trolley trucks with the carrying capacity of 220 tonnes.

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. The company makes the world’s largest haul truck with the carrying capacity of 450 tonnes.

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