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Corporation News

19.09.2014

Russian car maker GAZ Group launches new medium-duty truck GAZon NEXT

Nizhny Novgorod, September 19, 2014 – GAZ Group’s Gorky Automobile Plant, a part of Basic Element, one of the Russia's largest diversified industrial groups, launched a mass production of a new generation medium-duty truck GAZon Next. President Vladimir Putin together with the head of Basic Element’s supervisory board Oleg Deripaska and GAZ Group President Vadim Sorokin announced the launch via a televised session with the plant’s workers.

15.09.2014

Russian Machines sponsored LegeArtis festival

Russian Machines Corporation sponsored LegeArtis music festival in Lech (Austria) on 10 to 14 September 2014. For several years Russian Machines has supported this unique project whose chief aim is to promote art and culture and bring young talented performers together.

01.09.2014

Leadership conference held by Russian Machines Corporation

Last week, RM carried out a management conference aimed at development of the leadership development actions plan. The conference was attended by all the managers of RM companies in the fields of machine, aircraft and van building, as well as specialty vehicle production.

News from enterprises

24.10.2014

GAZ Group launches sales of GAZon Next new generation truck

GAZ Group launches sales of GAZon Next medium-duty truck. The new vehicle features a high level of functional capabilities, comfort and economic efficiency.

14.10.2014

GAZ Group handed GAZelle Business CNG vehicles to the Russian Post

GAZ Group handed to the Russian Post for trial operation the GAZelle BUSINESS CNG vehicles running on compressed natural gas (methane) - the most economical and environmentally-friendly form of fuel for commercial vehicles. 

08.10.2014

GAZ Group unveils its new generation Next CNG Euro-5 vehicles

GAZ Group presented its CNG Next vehicles with Euro-5 engines. GAZelle Next and GAZon Next are equipped with the new Evotech 2.7 and YaMZ-534 CNG powertrains developed at Ulyanovsk and Yaroslavl engine plants of GAZ Group.