Bobruiskagromash OJSC (Mogilev Region), one of Belarus' leading producers of farming machinery, is going to deliver agricultural machinery to Armenia and Moldova within the framework of the technical assistance program sponsored by the Japanese government, Interfax learnt from the company's marketing department.
It is the first time that Bobruiskagromash won a technical assistance tender, the source stressed.
Within the framework of the Japanese Official Development Assistance Program that is implemented in 32 African states, 25 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, the former Yugoslavia, as well as a number of former Soviet republics, such as Kazakhstan, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan.
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.