The Minsk-built line of tractors offering low purchase prices and simple mechanical technology, formerly marketed in Canada as Belarus, is officially back. Their distributor claims the tractors still offer what it calls simple, durable and easy-to-repair designs.
What happened to Belarus tractors?
The design of the tractors has changed much since the 1990s. Since the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991 MTZ-Belarus tractors have become more complex and more advanced, mainly due to imported Western built tractors becoming serious competitors, so MTZ had to compete for the market and modify their designs accordingly.
What tractors are made in Belarus?
Belarus-based Minsk Tractor Works (MTZ) tractors have returned to the U.S. and Canada, the company said this week. Arie Prilik, MTZ Equipment Ltd.
Are Belarus tractors reliable?
Belarus tractor is reliability and simplicity. Time does not stand still, technologies are developing, and young farmers want everything to work simply – with a single click.
Who makes Belarus tractor engines?
Belarusian manufacturer Minsk Tractor Works (MTZ), which uses the Belarus brand in Western markets, announced it is taking on the US and European OEM giants in the 400hp-plus tractor sector, with the launch of its 4522 model at Agritechnica in Hannover this week (November 12-18).
Where are Belarus tractors from?
Belarus is brand of tractors manufactured by various former-Soviet Union tractor factories. Many have been built by MTZ, a tractor manufacturer founded in Minsk in the ‘Republic of Belarus’, which was a former USSR state and part of Belarussia, and which now form the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).
What is the price of Belarus tractor?
Belarus tractors are available in a price range of Rs. 13.30 Lakhs to Rs. 29.50 Lakhs.
Where are kirovets tractors made?
Kirovets tractors are made in St Petersburg by the giant Kirov Group, which traces its beginnings to a small iron foundry established in 1789.
Where is Belarus?
The Republic of Belarus is located in the center of Europe, is part of Eastern Europe. It is crossed by major transit routes of the entire continent, including one of Eurasia’s main transport corridors from southwest to northeast.