Uralvagonzavod to deliver PK 65 loader to coal mine in Mongolia

October 30, 2013. Chelyabinsk Tractor Plant (ChTZ, a member of Uralvagonzavod Scientific and Production Corporation), is going to deliver its most powerful PK 65 loader to Mongolia, where it will be used at one of the largest coal mines.

According to the corporation's press service, the delivery contract was signed with some involvement on the part of the company's dealer, Promtechservice, which has been representing ChTZ on the local market for a decade now. Even the export is on a much smaller scale now compared to the Comecon era, Mongolia still uses Chelyabinsk-produced vehicles.

The dealer, who runs a repair depot in Ulan Bator, buys spare parts for B10 and B170 tractors on a regular basis, which keeps the current fleet of vehicles in operable mode. Last year, $72,000 worth of tractor parts and components was purchased, this year, the figure came to $35,000. The last time ChTZ delivered new vehicles to Mongolia was in 2010 when the local gold miners bought two B10 bulldozers.


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