Latvia: Toyota sales up in H1 2017

5,735 new Toyota cars were sold in Baltic States in the first six months of 2017, up by 33% YoY. Toyota’s total market share in Baltics is 14.2%. Toyota sales in Latvia have grown by 25%. 1,264 new Toyota cars have been sold in Latvia since the beginning of the year. More than half of…

Belarus: first berry harvester undergoing testing

The new berry harvester designed by the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus is intended for harvesting currant, raspberry, black chokeberry, and other varieties, Sergei Yakovchik, the director general of the research and practical center for agriculture mechanization at the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, reported. Currently, the berries are harvested in Belarus with…

Ukraine: vehicles output up in H1 2017

Production of motor vehicles in Ukraine rose by 72.8% YoY in January-June, to 3,621 units, according to the Ukrautoprom Association. In particular, production of passenger cars grew by 88.3%, to 3,078 units, while the output of commercial vehicles shrank by 49.3% YoY, to 206 units. At the same time, the number of buses produced over…

Belarus: enterprise to start assembling agricultural machines in Tajikistan

There are plans to start assembling Belarusian agricultural machines in Tajikistan in autumn, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Belarus to Tajikistan with concurrent accreditation to Afghanistan Oleg Ivanov reported. The ambassador took part in a seminar for heads of diplomatic missions and consular institutions of Belarus. Products of such Belarusian brands as Bobruiskagromash, MTZ, and…

Belarus to sell electric buses to Moscow

Negotiations are in progress on selling the first batch of Belarusian electric buses to Moscow, Chairman of the State Science and Technology Committee of Belarus Alexander Shumilin reported on June 29. The Russian side demonstrates a strong interest in Belarusian electric transport, said the official. “We have already supplied some buses for test runs. Their…

Belarus: MAZ to ship 400 vehicles to Vietnam in 2017

The Belarusian automobile engineering company MAZ will ship 400 vehicles to Vietnam this year, Belarusian Industry Minister Vitaly Vovk declared. The industry minister said: “This year we will get 400 automobiles shipped to Vietnam”. Vitaly Vovk explained that MAZ would sign the relevant agreements during the visit of Vietnam President Tran Dai Quang to Belarus.…

Belarus: MAZ rolls out 6WD skylift

The Belarusian automaker MAZ has made its first all-wheel drive skylift AGP-40-K, which can lift three people with instruments up to 40 m above the ground. With the all-wheel drive skylift of its own MAZ will be able to expand its presence on the market of utility vehicles. MAZ representatives explained that the vehicle was…