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MOSCOW, February 10. /TASS/. Russian automakers Kamaz, GAZ Group and Sollers Group are in talks with Iran on supplying their products to that country, according to the documents of the Industry and Trade Ministry obtained by TASS.
In particular, Russia’s largest truck maker Kamaz held talks with the management of Rakhsh Khodro Diesel, the plant which assembles Kamaz trucks in Iran on resumption of the assembly
It concerns sales of 180 Kamaz Euro-2 trucks in Iran, according to the document.
Also the representatives of Kamaz held talks with the management of Iran Automobile Co, which is Kamaz official dealer in Iran.
Sollers carmaker held talks with Iranian companies Sam Diesel and Maktab Company, which are interested in supplies of UAZ Patriot vehicles to Iran. The parties also discussed setting up a local assembly of UAZ vehicles, a distribution center and technical support service.
According to the documents, Sollers will have to technically enhance its vehicles (in particular to equip them with safety bags), to meet the requirements of the local market.
The GAZ Group is in talks with Iranian companies Mammut Group, Iran Automobile Co., Zamyad and Sahand Tabriz Diesel on setting up an assembly and distribution of Gaz Next cars in Iran.
The Group is also holding talks with Defense Industries Organization on supplies of the Ural all-wheel drive chassis for Iranian armed forces and for civilian market.