Bobruiskagromash OJSC has doubled the capacity of farming machinery assembled at the company's premises in Russia in 2008, Vice Marketing Director Vasili Tsarik told Interfax-West.
The four Russia-based assembly centres of Bobruiskagromash (Altai, Tatarstan. Yaroslavl, Volgograd) rolled out and sold 319 units of farming machinery worth over BYR 4 billion.
In addition to doubling production figures, Bobruiskagromash expanded the range of machinery types assembled in Russia. Besides 3 machine types (pick-up attachments, rotor mowers and dumper-semitrailers), the Year 2008 saw another 4 types machinery.
Bobruiskagromash plans to further expand the assembly network in Russia, with another 3 centres about to start operation in Krasnoyarsk and Rostov.
Also, the company is paving the way to starting assembly projects in Kazakhstan, Ukraine and Moldova.
Bobruiskagromash hopes to assemble up to 600 units of machinery in Russia, including 330 units in Tatarstan alone.
Bobruiskagromash was founded in 1974. Currently, it produces over 40 kinds of agricultural machines and aggregates for land cultivation and fodder processing.
The company also produces consumer goods, including car trailers, furniture accessories, school furniture, boilers.
The company employs around 2,400 people.
The enterprise prioritises quality and holds an ISO-9000-2001 quality management certificate.