Belarus to export first combine harvester trial models to India in September

Belarus to export first combine harvester trial models to India in September

Memorandums, agreements and contracts worth dozens of millions of dollars, establishment of joint production plants of dumping trucks, cargo vehicles and tractors are in the prospect. The Belarusian-Indian business forum is being held in New Delhi on September 11, 2017.

The forum gathered representatives of dozens of companies.

They are responsible for different sectors: pharmacology and trade, medicine and machine building. The Belarusian delegation arrived in India in a solid delegation: the bilateral cooperation has been established a long time ago and it still of great interest to both the sides.

Vladimir Semashko, Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Belarus:
The specificity for India is that the country needs a combine harvester with a capacity of 5 and even 3 kilograms per second. Belarus will export the first trial models of combine harvesters with a capacity of 5 kilograms per second to India in September so that the machines could be tested out at the rice and other cereal harvesting campaigns. Next year a series supply of these combine harvesters will be started.

At the same time we are working on a model of a new combine harvester, the smallest one.

Samar Shakil, executive director of BelAZ-Enrika Mining equipments and services (Belarus-India):
The first BelAZ service center was opened last year in the very center of India. Indian clients are already using it and they are very pleased. Negotiations on establishing an assembling plant in India are being held with BelAZ.

10 agreements signed during Belarusian-Indian business forum