Belarusian Amkodor to strengthen cooperation with Russia's Tuva

10:16, 27 November

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The Amkodor holding company is set to strengthen cooperation with the Republic of Tuva, Russia, BelTA learned from the press service of the Belarusian company.

Amkodor's representatives took part in a meeting of the joint working group on cooperation between Belarus and the Republic of Tuva of the Russian Federation.

The parties considered the prospects of the Belarusian holding company in the production and promotion of special equipment in the Republic of Tuva. The parties also discussed issues of further cooperation with the region, with the main focus on the possibilities to increase the sales of construction and agricultural machinery to this region.

At the end of the meeting the parties signed the minutes of the meeting of the joint working group on cooperation between Belarus and the Republic of Tuva.

Amkodor was established in 1927. The company consists of 30 legal entities, 22 factories that produce more than 6,500 products, including 135 models and modifications of special-purpose and agricultural vehicles and machines. All Amkodor enterprises are integrated into a single technological chain. Each member specializes in specific machines, units and assemblies. Amkodor constantly develops new models of machines and vehicles and improves existing ones.

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