Uzbekistan purchases underground equipment from BelAZ
Baku, Azerbaijan, August 1
By Fakhri Vakilov - Trend:
Uzbekcoal JSC acquired 15 units of Belarusian BELAZ-75131 heavy-duty equipment, Trend reports with reference to the press service of BelAZ.
Special mining equipment is planned to be used in mines in the Angrensk field. To assemble overall equipment, 2 working groups were created from among the Belarusian and Uzbek specialists.
Until today, the equipment of OJSC BelAZ with a lifting capacity of 30, 45 and 110 tons was under the jurisdiction of Uzbekcoa JSC. Now, the new equipment has a load capacity of 136 tons.
It is planned to import another 8 such large trucks, in accordance with the contract concluded with OJSC BelAZ.
BelAZ dump trucks are manufactured at the plant in Zhodino, 60 km from Minsk.
The enterprise also stated that it will supply the MoAZ – 65010 mining dump trucks and load-haul-dumpers MoAZ – 4035 to Uzbekistan.
The press service of the enterprise said that some of the vehicles will be sent to the buyer directly from the exhibition, organized as part of the First Forum of the regions of Belarus and Uzbekistan.
BelAZ is designed to provide the technological cycle of mining in underground workings, tunnels and other cramped conditions and is already involved in the mining enterprises of Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and other CIS countries.
The dump truck MoAZ – 65010 has a lifting capacity of 15 tons and is intended for the transportation of rock mass and minerals in underground work. Moreover, MOAZ – 4035 is a mine loader with a loading capacity of 7 tons.
OJSC BelAZ - the management company of the holding "BelAZ-Holding" (Zhodino) - the world's largest manufacturer of mining dump trucks of large and very large carrying capacity, as well as other heavy transport equipment used in the mining and construction industries.
The First Forum of the Regions of Belarus and Uzbekistan was held in Minsk July 29-30, 2019, within the framework of the official visit of President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev to Belarus.
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