Kazakhstan's passenger cars production up in 7M2021

Transport Materials 17 August 2021 17:08 (UTC +04:00)
Kazakhstan's passenger cars production up in 7M2021

BAKU, Azerbaijan, Aug. 17

By Klavdiya Romakayeva - Trend:

Some 47,176 cars were produced in Kazakhstan from January through July 2021 worth 371.4 billion tenge ($873 million), Trend reports referring to the Association of Kazakhstan Automobile Business (AKAB)

According to the association, the country's auto industry continues to experience difficulties due to the shortage of machine collectors and the restrictions on the transit of Kazakhstan cargo through China. Nevertheless, according to official data, the auto industry takes a share of 32 percent in mechanical engineering and remains the main driver development driver.

Thus, in 7M2021, 40,674 passenger cars were produced in Kazakhstan (+26.6 percent), 5,302 units of freight transport (+52.1 percent), 705 buses (-17.5 percent), 376 trailers and semi-trailers and 119 units of other specialized equipment.

It is noted that in the top ten most popular brands (including exports), the products of which are mastered at enterprises in Kazakhstan are Chevrolet (18,362), Hyundai (14,322), KIA (5,211) Jac (3,283), GAZ (2,456.), UAZ (940), Kamaz (824 units), Lada (394), Hyundai Trucks (301) and Renault (294).

According to the results of seven months, 28,670 units were produced in Kostanayi Saryarkaavtoprom. Techniques (+46.9 percent) in the amount of 179.2 billion tenge ($421 million). Almaty Hyundai Trans Kazakhstan produced 14,274 cars with a total cost of 140.7 billion tenge ($331 million). Semipalatinsky semaz shipped 2,476 units of commercial equipment (+95 percent) in the amount of 21.4 billion tenge ($50 million). In Kokshetau, KAMAZ-Engineering released 824 trucks (+60.9 percent). Hyundai Trans AUTO plant produced 496 units of trucks and buses (+65.2 percent), while Daewoo Bus Kazakhstan produced 146 buses.

It is reported that export car supplies remain a priority direction of the auto industry in Kazakhstan. Thus, Russia, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Belarus received 4,533 vehicles totaling 30.6 billion tenge ($72 million), which is 27 percent more than last year.


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