Tashkent: Uzbekistan has enhanced its production capacity of automotive industry and exporting cars as far as Far East.
Uzbekistan is getting its lion share in automotive industry of Central Asia and exporting Uzbek made cars and buses to Russia, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Ukraine and Belarus, as well as Indonesia, Brazil, Turkey and South Korea.
According to data available about automobile building industry, automotive industry of Uzbekistan comes to dozens of uniquely equipped enterprises, producing goods at the highest international standards, and which can be flexibly and promptly retooled to the new kinds. Uzbek produced cars run around the world, demonstrating their power, quality and reliability.
As reported by press service of O’zavtosanoat joint-stock company, last year it exported more than 55,000 spare parts of cars to 16 international companies while 100% Uzbek made cars were exported to Russia, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Ukraine and Belarus, as well as Indonesia, Brazil, Turkey and South Korea.
Report indicates that the car industry of Uzbekistan implemented 14 projects totaling over $87.4 million in year 2014. The largest projects included the establishment of the production of Damas passenger cars and their components in Khorezm region, the manufacture of headlights and lamps for Gentry cars, and the launch of the production of polymer compounds. As a result, in 2014, Uzbekistan produced 245,700 cars, 3,800 trucks and ISUZU buses, 1,200 MAN trucks and 133,700 engines.