3 manufacturing MoUs signed with Belarus


Wed, 11 Dec 2019 - 11:51 GMT

AMKODOR 320 loader - Amkodor website

AMKODOR 320 loader - Amkodor website

CAIRO - 11 December 2019: State Minister of Military Production Said al-Assar received on Tuesday Minister of Industry Pavel Utiupin, a number of Belarusian companies’ chairpersons, and Belarus Ambassador Sergei Rachkov.

Both ministers witnessed the signing of three MoUs between the companies of the Military Production State Ministry and Belarusian companies. An MoU was signed by Military Factory 200 and Amkodor, which manufactures loaders and heavy equipment needed for construction works and road pavement. The MoU states that the latter would transfer to the former the manufacturing technology adopted in the sector.

An MoU was signed by Factory 999, Bobruisk Agromash, and the Egyptian Agriculture Development Co. to produce and distribute agricultural equipment. Another MoU involved Factory 999 and RUE “Vitebskenergo” in the sector of greenhouse establishment.

Minister Assar and the Belarusian delegation also discussed updates on the existing partnerships as Factory 999 jointly produces lorries with Minsk Automobile Plant (MAZ), which also collaborates with Factory 909 in manufacturing diesel engines and train engines.

Both parties agreed to get involved in export targeting African and Arab markets given the many trade agreements Egypt is part of. Furthermore, the Belarusian side expressed eagerness to transfer technology and offer training to the Egyptian side, praising the capabilities of the ministry’s companies.



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