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AMTEL-VREDESTEIN OJSC, Russia 2-ND Magistralnaya str. 8A, bld. 2 Moscow, Russia image
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Apr 16, 2019

On April 15, KAMAZ informed that PJSC KAMAZ and JSC RUSNANO signed an agreement on strategic partnership in the design and manufacture of advanced batteries for electric vehicles and outdoor equipment based on lithium-ion batteries. The document creates the basis for the implementation of joint projects for the development of electric transport in Russia and energy storage systems based on lithium-ion batteries.
The signed agreement provides KAMAZ with exclusive conditions for the purchase of lithium-ion batteries produced by one from the portfolio companies of RUSNANO JSC. The scope of supply of lithium-ion batteries to the assembly enterprises and enterprises for the production of KAMAZ’s automotive components will be determined on the basis of the customer’s needs.
The partners also plan to develop, test and launch mass production energy-efficient battery cells, modules and traction batteries designed for electric buses of various types and other types of electric transport.

Kamaz Press Release

Apr 05, 2019

The 160,180 new cars and light commercial vehicles (LCV) sold in Russia in March 2019 represented a increase of 1.8% compared to the same month in 2018 according to the Association of European Business (AEB) Automobile Manufacturers Committee on April 4.
The 391,650 new cars and LCVs sold in the first three months of 2019 represented a decrease of 0.3% over the same period in 2018.
Among the four largest OEM retailers in Russia in March 2019, AvtoVAZ sales were up 10.1% to 33,821 units, Kia sales were up 2.4% to 19,560 units, Hyundai was down 2.3% to 16,322 units and Renault was down 7.1% to 13,051 units.
The 3 bestselling models sold in March were the Lada Vesta, Lada Granta and Kia Rio.
Joerg Schreiber, Chairman of the AEB Automobile Manufacturers Committee said, “The small plus in March sales, following a similarly small minus in February suggests the market is still looking for a firm direction this year. Cumulative sales in the first quarter are almost at prior year level, achieved through a much bigger effort by market participants as consumer demand is still lagging behind the momentum we saw one year ago. Government subsidies for lower-priced vehicles effective from March obviously also helped to improve the total market picture this month.”
(AEB press release from April 4, 2019)

Apr 04, 2019

On April 3, Daimler informed that Mercedes-Benz Cars is starting production for the local market in the new passenger car plant Moscovia with the Mercedes-Benz E-Class Sedan.
SUV models will follow the E-Class.
Mercedes-Benz Cars is investing more than EUR 250 million in the plant in the Moscow region.
Over 1,000 employees will work in production and administration.
The Moscovia plant is characterized by a flexible and green production and will use modern industry 4.0 technologies.

Daimler Press Release