MINSK – The Belarusian harvester manufacturing company Gomselmash plans to increase its export by 5% by the end of the year, deputy director for sales and development – director of the marketing and promotion center of the company Dmitry Mulyar told the media at the 30th international expo Belagro 2020 on 30 September, BelTA has learned.
“The pandemic has had its impact not only on sales but also on supply. However, in January-August we registered a slight increase in export. Sales went up in regard to our main markets (Belarus, Russia, Kazakhstan). We supplied combine harvesters to Armenia and Zimbabwe. At the end of the year we expect the export to show a 5% year-on-year growth. We expect other indicators (balance of payments, foreign currency proceeds) to be met as well,” Dmitry Mulyar said.
This year Gomselmash has displayed at Belagro 2020 its high-performance combine GS16 with a 12-row corn harvester, a modern grain harvester GS3219, a forage harvester FS450. The new GS200 forage harvester with a capacity of up to 4 kg/s is also on show. The harvester is designed for operation in Asia, Africa and small farms in the CIS countries.