Bobruisk Tractor Parts and Aggregates Plant (Mogilev Region, subsidiary of Minsk Tractor Plant) produced BYR 191.5 billion worth of goods in 2007, or 35% up on the year, a company representative told Interfax.
The company's exports rose 1.6-fold to reach $24.3 million, the source added.
The source attributes the increase to a significant rise in exports to the CIS. Exports to the Russian Federation increased by 65.4%, and their share in the total exports of the co made 67.9%. Other CIS states accounted for 13.5% of the company's exports, non-CIS states - 18.6%.
In 2007 the plant invested over BYR 10 billion in the modernisation of production facilities, the source added.
New goods accounted for 25.8% of the overall output of the company.
Founded in 1945, Bobruisk Tractor Parts and Aggregates Plant produces a wide range of spare parts and aggregates for Belarus tractors. The plant occupies around 3,000 persons.
The plant produces 90 parts and nodes for all MTZ tractor modifications. The produce complies with ISO 9001-2001.