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COMTRANS_2017_A4_ENG_OCIA_prevThe organizers of the COMTRANS – International Commercial Vehicle Show – are ITEMF Expo, a company established in equal shares by the largest international exhibition organizers ITE Group and Messe Frankfurt and NP ARA, the Non-profit partnership “Association of Russian Automakers”. Read more…

mzkt_750440_1 Minsk, March 25, 2016 – In March, 2016 VOLAT starts running tests of its latest development designed for the transportation of large heavy cargo. All-wheel drive truck tractor MZKT-750440-010, as a part of auto train, is capable of transporting loads with a maximum weight up to 90 tons. Read more…

Автобус ВекторNizhny Novgorod, January 27, 2016 – GAZ Group, a part of Basic Element, Russia’s largest diversified industrial holding, announces special deals for Pavlovo Bus Plant (PAZ) products. Read more…

KAMAZ with automated drivingNaberezhnye Chelny, June 4, 2015. – Next week at secluded proving ground at Noginsk, Moscow region, testing of first automated truck produced by KAMAZ (a part of Rostech State Corporation), VIST Group and Cognitive Technologies will start. Read more…

KrAZ-SpartanKremenchug, December 29, 2014 – Just before the New Year AutoKrAZ transferred the KrAZ-Spartan armoured vehicle to Forensic Science Research Centre of the Ministry of Interior of Ukraine. The vehicle has been transferred at the company’s proving ground by General Director Mr. Roman Chernyak who gave keys and certificate to Deputy Head Forensic Science Research Centre of the Ministry of Interior Affairs Mr. Konstantin Dubonos. In true tradition, a bottle of champagne was broken over the hull of Spartan. Read more…

GAZelle Tbilisi_1Nizhny Novgorod, December 16, 2014 – GAZ Group, a part of Basic Element, Russia’s largest diversified industrial holding, begins selling GAZ vehicles, including GAZelle Next and GAZon Next, in Georgia. Sales of GAZ vehicles, including the next generation models GAZelle Next and GAZon Next, launch in Georgia. Read more…

GAZelle Turkey_01Istanbul, September 30, 2014 – GAZ Group, part of the major Russian diversified group Basic Element, and Turkish company Mersa Otomotiv announce SOP and start of sales of Euro-5 GAZelle Next vehicles in Turkey. This is the first series assembly operations of Russian Euro-5 LCV’s abroad. Read more…

DAF-Monopoly-orderHannover, September 29, 2014 – Monopoly, one of Russia’s largest companies specialized in transportation of conditioned food products, will be buy 700 new DAF XF trucks to expand its fleet. The order was signed at the IAA exhibition in Hanover by Ilya Dmitriev and Maxim Onyfrienko, Monopoly directors, Marcel Verbeeten, general director of DAF dealer Terra Truck and Ron Bonsen, member of the DAF Board of Management and responsible for Marketing & Sales. Delivery of the vehicles will take place this and next year. As a result of the new order, the fleet of Monopoly will grow to over 1.000 units of which 700 DAF trucks. Read more…

DAF-Trucks-Waberers-orders-1000-vehiclesHannover, September 23, 2014 – Waberer’s International Pte. Co., one of Europe’s largest road transport companies will be bay 1,000 new DAF CF and XF trucks to renew its fleet. The order was signed at the IAA exhibition in Hanover by Waberer’s International Chairman/CEO György Wáberer and Ron Bonsen, member of the DAF Board of Management and responsible for Marketing & Sales. Delivery of the vehicles will take place this and next year. As a result of the new order, nearly half of Waberer’s fleet of 3,300 units will consist of DAF trucks. Read more…

Сход с конвейера первого серийного автомобиля ГАЗон NEXT Nizhny Novgorod, September 19, 2014 – GAZ Group’s Gorky Automobile Plant, a part of Basic Element, one of the Russia’s largest diversified industrial groups, launched a mass production of a new generation medium-duty truck GAZon Next. President Vladimir Putin together with the head of Basic Element’s supervisory board Oleg Deripaska and GAZ Group President Vadim Sorokin announced the launch via a televised session with the plant’s workers. Read more…