Russia delivers batch of mobile cranes to Turkmenistan
ASHGABAT, Turkmenistan, Jan. 22
By Huseyn Hasanov– Trend:
Galich Mobile Cranes Plant JSC, which is a part of Russia's Rosspetsmash Association, has delivered a batch of mobile cranes to Turkmenistan to implement large-scale infrastructure projects, Trend reports referring to the plant.
The plant manufactured 22 mobile cranes with a lifting capacity of 25 tons by order of the KAMAZ automobile concern for delivery to Turkmenistan.
Mobile cranes will be involved in the construction of transport infrastructure and in the oil and gas industry. New large-scale projects are starting in Turkmenistan, so the country's needs for special equipment are increasing every year, the plant's report said.
Turkmenistan is one of the biggest and stable markets for the sale of products of the leader of the Russian cargo machinery industry. Over the past ten years, Turkmenistan has received more than 9,000 KAMAZ trucks and special machinery units.
KAMAZ has its dealer network in Turkmenistan, which is represented in Ashgabat, Balkanabat, Mary and Turkmenabat cities.