RM-Terex took part in the bauma CTT Russia 2018 exhibition to showcase the equipment manufactured by Tverskoy Excavator, Bryanskiy Arsenal and Chelyabinsk Road Construction Machines
June 9, 2018, Russia, Moscow — Summing up the results of the bauma CTT Russia 2018 exhibition, RM-Terex points out that its equipment attracted keen interest from road construction and mining companies as well as from representatives of the agricultural sector.
RM-Terex pointed out the keen interest from road construction and mining companies as well as from agricultural companies, which give their priority attention to replacement and expansion of their vehicle fleet with domestically manufactured machines. Their commitment is in line with the national policy focused on import substitution and backed up by federal soft-financing programs.
In the agricultural sector, the demand for Russian specialized machines is boosted by the successfully implemented program allowing their purchasing on favorable terms through Rosagroleasing JSC, which signed the agreement with RM-Terex.
The Made in Russia status awarded to RM-Terex machines qualifies road construction and mining companies for a subsidy of 10-15 % under the federal program for subsidized leasing of specialized machines. At present, nearly 50 % of the contracts include financial leasing with a purchase option.
At the exhibition, RM-Terex showcased the most sought-after models from its machine lineup. They are manufactured by Tverskoy Excavator (TX 220 and TX 300 crawler excavators, WX 200 wheel excavators, TLB 825 backhoe loaders), Chelyabinsk Road Construction Machines (TL 150 front loaders) and Bryanskiy Arsenal (TG 200 motor graders).
By tradition, the company’s booth included a display of spare parts. Having modern facilities, advanced equipment and stringent quality control, Tverskoy Excavator can make hydraulic cylinders for all machines of its manufacture as well as custom-made cylinders for different types of roadbuilding machines.
RM-Terex’s booth was visited by more than 250 companies from over 30 regions of Russia, from Belarus, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and other CIS countries. The company organized a factory tour for its guests who visited the Tverskoy Excavator plant. The equipment of the facilities and the organization of the process flow at the plant comply with the present-day standards applicable in the machine-building industry. During their plant tour the visitors were able to watch a full cycle of manufacturing the innovative generation of excavator machines.
Vladimir Itskov, Sales Director of RM-Terex:
“For the second year in a row, the roadbuilding equipment market has demonstrated a significant growth, which, by our projections, will reach 30% by the end of the year. The key drivers are federal programs and initiatives in the transportation sector. The lead is taken by the priority project of the Ministry of Transport — Safe and Reliable Roads. The project addresses the regional road system that must comply with the operating standards and regulations by 2025. The task implies both replacement and expansion of specialized vehicle fleets of contracting entities and operating companies. Being a Russian manufacturer, we are willing and ready not only to supply machines, but also to provide all-round customer support, and we demonstrated our commitment at the exhibition.”
RM-Terex comprises large Russian machine-building plants: Tverskoy Excavator, Bryanskiy Arsenal, Chelyabinsk Road Construction Machines, and Zavolzhsky Crawler Vehicle Plant. The main products are: backhoe loaders, wheel and crawler excavators, motor graders, and amphibious all-terrain vehicles. The product line also includes front loaders, forklifts and industrial handlers.
The production complexes and engineering centers are located in Tver, Trans-Volga Region, Chelyabinsk, and Bryansk. Sales and technical support including warranty and maintenance services as well as spare parts procurement are offered through 78 dealership centers in Russia and CIS countries. All products have the official “Made in Russia” status.