The Belarusian Company intends to sell regular batches of Amkodor vehicles worth $17 million and $100 million to Bangladesh
The Belarusian mechanical engineering company Amkodor and Bangladeshi government agencies are working on contracts on supplying several batches of vehicles and machines worth $117 million to Bangladesh, according to the company.
The Belarusian Company intends to sell regular batches of Amkodor vehicles worth $17 million and $100 million to Bangladesh, BelTA reported.
A delegation led by Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Bangladesh to Russia and concurrently to Belarus Kamrul Ahsan visited Amkodor in this regard.
The delegation was made familiar with Amkodor products, its properties, and competitive advantages. Future cooperation was discussed with Amkodor's management.
In 2016 Amkodor shipped over 1,400 units of self-propelled machines and mounted tools worth $50 million to Bangladesh. The shopping and aftersales service center Amkodor Palash Industrial Zone Ltd was opened in Bangladesh in 2017. The event was timed to the 25th anniversary of establishment of Belarus-Bangladesh diplomatic relations.
Founded in 1927, the holding company Amkodor produces 125 models and modifications of vehicles, machines, and equipment. The company employs more than 6,000 specialists. All its enterprises are integrated into one technological chain. Every constituent enterprise specializes in making specific parts and units for other enterprises of the company. The holding company constantly designs new models and improves existing ones.