The new assembly plant to manufacture waste collection vehicles on MaZ chassis opened at Ganja Automobile Plant (Azerbaijan).
The project has been implemented in cooperation with the German company Haller. The new facility is a step towards the formation of a transnational corporation, which will generate new ideas and technologies.
To assemble waste collection vehicles, Ganja Automobile Plant has set up a new manufacturing site of 6,750 square meters, which meets modern requirements and is outfitted with the latest equipment from Germany. This year it is going to produce from 30 to 50 utility vehicles. The equipment will be sold in Azerbaijan, and exported to Turkey and Georgia.
Ganja Automobile Plant has been successfully cooperating with MTZ and MAZ. From March 2007 to June 2011 it assembled about 2,500 tractors “Belarus” of six modifications, more than 1,300 MAZ trucks of four modifications, as well as 400 units of attachments for agricultural equipment.