In the current year, Uzbekistan introduces a fundamentally new integrated system for servicing agricultural machinery on the basis of Uzagrotekhsanoatholding
In particular, 40 out of 175 machine-tractor fleets operating throughout the country will be equipped with modern types of equipment already this year, primarily grain harvesters, high-capacity arable tractors, plows and seeders.
Most importantly, the new system will provide the fleets with modern repair stations, which will provide maintenance services not only on fixed sites, but also directly on the fields. That would significantly reduce the cost of repairs for farmers, but accelerate it, which is especially relevant in field operations, where every day is important.
The complete automation of the system is another interesting area, allowing connecting all the parks to the unified central network in Tashkent. The total cost of the project will exceed $12 million.
Uzagrotekhsanoatholding was established by a decree of the head of state in November last year to deal with the production, sale and maintenance of machinery, as well as the provision of mechanized services to agricultural producers. It merged all the major enterprises of domestic agricultural machinery.
(Source: «Uzbekistan Today» newspaper)
On May 31, Foreign Minister Abdulaziz Kamilov received the Junior Deputy Foreign Minister of the Czech Republic Ivan Jancarek, who arrived in our country to attend ministerial political consultations, bilateral meetings in the Senate of the Oliy Majlis, the Ministry of foreign trade, State Investment Committee, and to visit the Khorezm region.
According to the press service of the Foreign Ministry of Uzbekistan, during the meeting the sides discussed the state and prospects of development of Uzbek-Czech relations in political, trade-economic, transport-communication, cultural-humanitarian and other spheres, as well as interaction in the international arena, including in the format Uzbekistan–EU.
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