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27 Aug 2019

Georgia shows interest in buying MAZ vehicles

Georgia shows interest in buying MAZ vehicles
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MINSK, 27 August (BelTA) – Georgia is showing interest in renewing its fleet with advanced models of Belarusian vehicles and developing after-sales services in its cities, BelTA learned from the press service of the Minsk Automobile Plant (MAZ trademark) following the visit of the Georgian delegation led by Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze.

According to MAZ Director General Valery Ivankovich, the plant plans to increase exports to the countries of the Caucasus. “We hope to expand the lineup of the equipment we supply, increase the shipments and make Georgia a strategic outpost in the countries of the Caucasus,” he added. 

The delegation was shown the plant’s equipment, including a new model of Euro-6 MAZ 303 bus, and also trucks MAZ 673110 and MAZ 4371N2 with the insulated body.

Georgia’s Minister of Environmental Protection and Agriculture Levan Davitashvili stated that Georgia plans to buy eco-friendly vehicles. In particular, Batumi will use Belarusian electric buses. “These vehicles are great. We are going to renew our municipal and passenger transport fleets,” Levan Davitashvili said.

MAZ is one of the largest Belarusian mechanical engineering companies, which specializes in making heavy trucks, utility vehicles, buses, trolleybuses, and trailed vehicles. As a brand MAZ is well-known in the Commonwealth of Independent States and beyond. The vehicles are compliant with Euro-2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 emissions standards. The company offers truck tractors, dropside trucks, and chassis able to carry all kinds of special-purpose equipment – a total of over 500 models and modifications.

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