The Belarusian automobile engineering company BelAZ keeps in touch with Turkish companies working on ways of selling and promoting its vehicles in Turkey, BelTA learned from the Belarusian company's website.
For instance, BelAZ and Premar Service Company are taking part in the project of Ciner Holding Company in a bid to sell a batch of haul trucks with the carrying capacity of 220 tonnes in 2017.
BelAZ is in negotiations with Bereket Enerji Company to determine the terms and conditions of selling a batch of BelAZ 75131 dump trucks.
A BelAZ delegation and representatives of Premar Service Company, the official representative of the Belarusian automaker in Turkey, will take part in the expo Mining Turkey 2016 in Istanbul on 24-27 November. During the forum BelAZ specialists will advise representatives of mining companies about how Belarusian vehicles can be effectively used and will also present the latest products by the Belarusian automobile engineering company.
According to the source, BelAZ views Turkey as a promising market where major infrastructure construction projects are being implemented. Plans have been made to build another ship navigation canal in parallel with the Bosphorus Strait. BelAZ haul trucks could come in handy for transporting millions of tonnes of rock.
The public joint-stock company (OAO) BelAZ is the managing company of the BelAZ holding company. BelAZ is one of the world's top manufacturers of haul trucks with a large carrying capacity and an extremely large carrying capacity as well as other heavy transport equipment used by the mining industry and the civil engineering industry. The company offers over 500 modifications of haul trucks with the carrying capacity of 30-450 tonnes. BelAZ products are sold to 72 countries across the globe. The main consumers are mining companies located in the Commonwealth of Independent States, primarily Russia and Ukraine. The haul trucks are also exported to non-CIS states. Apart from mining machines and utility vehicles BelAZ makes a large number of popular consumer goods.