Iranian tractors to be exported to South Africa
A delegation from Iran's Tractor Manufacturing Industrial Group started its negotiation on Monday with Board of Directorate of South Africa Economic Technical Strengthening Organization to export tractors to the country, IRNA reported.
A group from South Africa's organization had already paid a visit to Iranian tractor manufacturing plants.
The high quality and low price of the tractors are two important factors for South African organization to be persuaded to import them.
The Iranian industrial group as the largest producer of agricultural equipment in the Middle East has four plants in the countries of Venezuela, Uganda, Zimbabwe and Tajikistan as well as plants in different cities in Iran.
The group is exporting tractors to three continents of America, Africa and Asia, especially to countries like Venezuela, Qatar, Iraq, Sudan, Tajikistan and Uganda.
The Iranian negotiating team arrived here on Sunday evening.