Bobruiskagromash OJSC (Mogilev Region), one of Belarus' leading producers of farming machinery, has restarted exports to Georgia, Interfax learnt from the company's marketing department.
A pilot lot of machinery was shipped to Georgia on April 29, the source specified. This year the company should deliver 11 pickup presses to that country.
Bobruiskagromash suspended export to Georgia after the collapse of the Soviet Union, the source explained. Today the company cooperates with Georgian Hermes, which is likely to become Bobruiskagromash dealer.
Hermes already is a dealer of Minsk Tractor Plant, the source informed.
In January-March 2008 the company made BYR 36.6 billion worth of goods, or 1.6 times up on the year. Exports rose by 33.5% to $7.1 million
Bobruiskagromash was founded in 1974. Currently, it produces over 50 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 2,500 people.
The enterprise prioritizes quality and holds an ISO-9000-2001 quality management certificate.