AMKODOR strengthens its position on the market of Tatarstan
As part of the agreements reached between the President of the Republic of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko and the President of the Republic of Tatarstan Rustam Minnikhanov during the official visit of the delegation of Tatarstan, the representatives of the largest Russian oil company Tatneft headed by Director General Nail Maganov visited the Republic of Belarus.
The heads of the company Tatneft examined the model range of the AMKODOR machinery and expressed readiness for cooperation in several areas.
For the moment, the company Tatneft badly needs the special-purpose machinery to serve dozens of thousands of the wells drilled. AMKODOR holding experts are ready to draft design and process documents and on the basis of the loader and forest machinery chassis to create prototypes of the special-purpose machinery for the oil industry of the Republic of Tatarstan. We are talking about a completely new range of machinery which in the future can be delivered to the Russian Federation, near and far abroad countries.
The company Tatneft owning a large number of social facilities also expressed willingness to finance supplies of the municipal machinery AMKODOR to clean Kazan and the suburban areas. In addition, supplies of the AMKODOR machinery for needs of the economy of the Republic of Tatarstan on a scheduled basis were discussed.
During the meeting there were designated other promising areas of the partner integration. The Tatneft heads confirmed the high interest in innovative forms of running the joint business - the company was ready to actively participate in the financing of the research and development activities for the arrangement and implementation of robotic systems in the production.
There was a separate discussion about the construction of a plant in Tatarstan for the production of the AMKODOR brand name special-purpose machinery.
In the near future the parties will form working groups which will be engaged in a detailed study of the issues identified.