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14 Sep 2018

Belarusian-Chinese automobile cranes now sold in Central Asia

Belarusian-Chinese automobile cranes now sold in Central Asia

MINSK, 14 September (BelTA) – Automobile cranes made by the Belarusian-Chinese joint venture Zoomlion-MAZ have penetrated the Central Asia market, the company’s representatives told BelTA.

The ZMC-25 automobile crane made by Zoomlion-MAZ was presented during the Made in Belarus expo in Uzbekistan and has already found potential buyers. The company’s Director Yuri Pivovarov mentioned the strong interest of the expo visitors in this vehicle. “The civil engineering industry in Uzbekistan is vigorously developing. It needs quality and reliable utility vehicles. This market represents a great potential for us from the point of view of solvent demand and the recognition of Belarusian products. Zoomlion-MAZ vehicles offer the best value for money and face virtually no competition in the region,” he said.

Zoomlion-MAZ intends to operate in Uzbekistan via the official representative office of the Belarusian automaker MAZ. Zoomlion-MAZ has established an extensive service chain in Belarus and other CIS states. Buyers are guaranteed quality maintenance service regardless of where they operate Zoomlion-MAZ vehicles.

Zoomlion-MAZ Company assembles ZMC-25 automobile cranes for the markets of Belarus, Russia, and other CIS states using spare premises of Mogilevtransmash Company. The cranes are capable of lifting virtually any cargoes as high as a 20-story building.

A massive expo featuring Belarusian products is in progress in Tashkent, the capital city of Uzbekistan through 19 September. Over 150 companies are taking part in the expo.

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