Gomselmash strengthens its position in the Zimbabwe market

Gomselmash is developing cooperation with partners from Zimbabwe, BelTA learned from the company.

Alexander Novikov, General Director of Gomselmash, visited Zimbabwe as part of a working delegation of the Ministry of industry of Belarus.

The Belarusian delegation, which included heads of major Belarusian production facilities, was headed By industry Minister Pyotr Parkhomchik. Together with Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa, he opened a Belarusian trade and service center in Harare. The equipment will be provided to Zimbabwean farmers as part of the government's agricultural mechanization program.

"We have invested $51 million in more than 800 units of agricultural machinery. This investment will help revitalize our agricultural industry," Emmerson Mnangagwa said. The President of Zimbabwe thanked Belarus and its leadership for effective cooperation.
Thanks to joint work with AFTRADE DMCC, 20 Gomselmash combine harvesters have already been delivered to Zimbabwe. Extensive work with the Zimbabwean side allowed us to create favorable conditions for mutually beneficial cooperation, as well as prerequisites for a serious increase in Belarusian exports.