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Jizzakh, Uzbekistan Set to Manufacture 100,000 Cars per Annum

On April 8th, Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev inspected the ADM Jizzakh automobile plant where he was shown the new Kia Sonet, hot off the production line. Established in 2021 with investments of 234 million US dollars and the creation of 1.8 thousand jobs, ADM Jizzakh has assembled 36 thousand cars for Kia, Chery, and Haval over the past three years. The plant was recently expanded and furnished with cutting-edge technology, including 30 robots, imported from South Korea, Japan, and Germany. Operational since March, the upgraded facilities will provide the plant with a capacity to produce 100 thousand cars per annum. In addition to investing in equipment, the plant has also initiated a scheme to develop and maintain quality control. This year, specialists from South Korea, India, China, and Vietnam will spend time on site training employees and fifty of the plant’s engineers will receive advanced training in research and design centres in South Korea and China. Further to his visit, the president issued instructions for the plant to increase its production to 348 types of components between 2024-2027.

Automobile manufacturing on the rise in Kazakhstan

NUR-SULTAN (TCA) — In 2018 Kazakhstan manufactured more than 32 thousand motor vehicles, Vice Minister of Industry and Infrastructure Development Amaniyaz Yerzhanov told a press conference on July 10, the official website of the Prime Minister of Kazakhstan reported. Continue reading

Uzbekistan: President orders to increase car production

TASHKENT (TCA) — At a meeting on development of Uzbekistan’s automotive industry on July 8, President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev ordered the country’s automobile manufacturing company to increase annual production from the current 250 thousand to 350 thousand cars by 2023, and to increase the export to at least 100 thousand cars per year, the official information agency Jahon reported. It was said at the meeting that over the past twenty-three years, the automotive industry of Uzbekistan has consistently developed and taken its position in the domestic and foreign markets. From October 1 this year, the benefits introduced for the industry will be canceled, and it will fully switch to the principles of a market economy. This, in turn, will require the introduction of modern management mechanisms, increasing the attractiveness and competitiveness of products manufactured by the automotive industry. In the first six months of this year, the volume of production in the Uzbek automotive industry grew by 54 percent compared to the same period last year. Products worth almost 73 million USD were exported, the share of domestically produced cars in the Uzbek market reached 97 percent. However, it was emphasized, with regard to the production localization level, the figures are disappointing. The localization level in the production of cars is 45 percent, for trucks and buses – 24 percent. Uzbekistan’s automaker JSC Uzavtosanoat has been tasked to increase the total production volume from the current 250 thousand to 350 thousand cars by 2023, as well as to increase the export to at least 100 thousand cars per year. This requires introduction of an advanced industry management system and optimization of production costs with involvement of specialists from foreign consulting companies. It was indicated that the cost of logistics for exporting a single car is 8-10 percent of its value, and therefore the tasks were defined for supporting the industry, including in the form of a partial reimbursement by the state of transportation costs for exports. The Ministry of Economy and Industry has been instructed to increase the level of production localization, in particular to launch domestic production of 22 types of currently imported components.

Kazakhstan: Hyundai Kazakh-Korean car plant to be built in Almaty

ALMATY, Kazakhstan (TCA) — A first-stone laying ceremony was held on April 21 in Almaty for the foundation of the future plant of Hyundai Trans Kazakhstan, the official website of the Prime Minister of Kazakhstan reported. Continue reading

Uzbekistan automobile plant starts exporting cars to Kazakhstan

TASHKENT (TCA) — Uzbekistan's car plant GM Uzbekistan has sent its first cars and components to neighboring Kazakhstan in a bid to raise export potential and gain economic growth, Xinhua news agency reported with reference to the Uzbek company. GM Uzbekistan said in a statement on March 18 that it sent the first batch of cars to Kazakhstan last Saturday without specifying any details regarding the number of the vehicles exported. The company will export parts of Ravon Nexia R3 models to be assembled at SariarkaAvtoProm plant in the city of Kostanay, Kazakhstan, according to the statement. Meanwhile, the company, which exports its products under the Ravon brand, will send ready-made R4 models to Ravon Motors Kazakhstan. The Uzbek company, which used to sell Ravon cars in Russia in the past, has said that its exports are now oriented to neighboring countries, which also include Afghanistan and Tajikistan. The Uzbek car factory was originally set up as a joint venture with South Korea's Daewoo Motors in 1996. It was renamed GM Uzbekistan in 2008 after the American General Motors automaker acquired Daewoo Motors. In 2018, Uzbekistan's state-run Uzavtosanoat acquired the shares of the General Motors to become the sole owner of the car factory. Uzbekistan, along with Kazakhstan, is the largest automobile manufacturer in Central Asia.

Uzbekistan opens bicycle plant with Chinese company

TASHKENT (TCA) — Uzbekistan's state-owned automotive company Uzavtosanoat on February 27 opened a new plant in the country’s Namangan region to produce bikes and motorbikes in cooperation with China's Lifan Group Co. Ltd, China’s Xinhua news agency reported. The plant, Norin moto bike, was a result of cooperation between Uzavtosanoat JSC and Lifan Group Co. Ltd, which will supply the components for the assembly of bicycles, Uzavtosanoat said in a statement. The plant, located in the Norin district of the Namangan region, is expected to produce 150,000 bikes per year at the initial stages and also plans to produce motorcycles, tricycles, scooters and mopeds in the future. The launch of the new plant has allowed the employment of more than 150 local people and in the future the number of employees may reach 500, according to the Uzbek company. The employees will also do an internship in China before starting to work at the plant. In August 2018, Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev spoke for the necessity of increasing bicycle production and popularization of bicycle use in Uzbekistan, which contributed to the creation of this Uzbek-Chinese project, Uzavtosanoat said. Uzavtosanoat is the largest automobile manufacturer in Uzbekistan. The company includes more than 85 enterprises and partners with more than 200 foreign enterprises and organizations. Today, Uzbekistan is a unique producer of total spectrum of light vehicles and commercial vehicles in Central Asia.

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