After a delegation of the Tajikistan government visited the Belarusian cotton farming tractor enterprise MTZ. The Tajikistan government is considering organizing the joint production of tractors.
The tractors may then be sold not only in Tajikistan but also in the entire Central Asia region. The assembly enterprise will make tractors cheaper for the local farmers, the Tajik side believes.
Tajik Agriculture Minister Izzatulo Sattori noted that MTZ tractors sell like hot cakes in Tajikistan. At present about 26,000 tractors are in use in Tajikistan They are best adapted to the agricultural and climatic zones in their country. They are also believed to be most reliable. It is also important that spare parts are available.
Akram Ruzizoda, Deputy Industry Minister of Tajikistan said that the project to assemble cotton farming tractors is estimated at $7-8 million by the Tajik partners. The demand is very large. There are orders from neighboring countries, too. They should conquer the market together.
MTZ Director General Fyodor Domotenko stressed that the Belarusian Company is ready to implement the project. They are ready to consider various matters, including assembly and consequent localization of manufacturing. They will also provide full engineering support to get the assembly business up and running.
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