Rostselmash looks to foster production of agricultural equipment in Uzbekistan
Rostselmash has presented some state-of-the-art machines and unveiled plans to promote agricultural engineering sector in the republic during the first running of the fair called INNOPROM - Great Industrial Week in Uzbekistan. The company’s stand was visited by Russian Minister of Industry and Trade Denis Manturov and Uzbekistanian Prime Minister Deputy for Investment and Foreign Trade Sardor Umurzakov. Rostselmash CCO Alexey Shveitsov presented a report at the strategic session entitled “Joint Projects in Machine Engineering: Transferring Technologies, Integrating Expertise.”
During his presentation at the strategic session, Alexey Shveitsov shared Rostselmash’s experience from Russian-Uzbekian industrial cooperation, prospects for future growth of the agricultural engineering sector in the republic, investments in production, ways and mechanisms to provide financial support to buyers of agricultural machines, and suggestions for their improvement.
Also, Rostselmash showcased some grain harvesting and trailed agricultural machines which are also produced in Uzbekistan and appreciated by growers in this country - the VECTOR 410 grain harvester and DON 680 forage harvester, the STERH trailed forage harvester, the TUKAN baler and others.
During the display walkaround, the company’s stand was visited by Russian Minister of Industry and Trade Denis Manturov and Uzbekistanian Prime Minister Deputy for Investment and Foreign Trade Mnister Sardor Umurzakov (Investment and Foreign Trade), and many official delegations.
Rostselmash has a long-standing history of partnership with Uzbekistan. In March 2018, the company jointly with the Chirchiq agricultural machines plant launched a project to roll out trailed agricultural machines. Since then, production of combines such as the VECTOR 410, DON 680 and other agricultural machines has been set up.
This is the first edition of the International Industrial Fair “INNOPROM - Great Industrial Week in Uzbekistan”, which took place on 5 through 7 April 2021. It brought together 300 industrial companies and business delegations from Russia, Uzbekistan, Armenia, Belarus, Germany, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, France, Czech Republic, Japan.