The new assem­bly plant to man­u­fac­ture waste col­lec­tion ve­hi­cles on MaZ chas­sis opened at Ganja Au­to­mo­bile Plant (Azer­bai­jan).

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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.

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