Algeria takes delivery of North Heavy Industries trucks
A total of five mixer trucks assembled by Inner Mongolia North Heavy Industries Group were recently delivered to Algeria, as part of a contract totaling 2 million yuan ($29.66 million), according to Baotou Daily.
Established in 1954, Inner Mongolia North Heavy Industries Group is one of 156 national key projects established during the first Five-Year Plan period (1953-1957).
The company is engaged in special steel smelting, extrusion, casting, forging and machinery. It operates in an area measuring 350 square kilometers and has total assets of 15.3 billion yuan. It currently employs more than 15,000 people and operates 9,300 pieces of equipment and devices, with gross revenues of more than 10 billion yuan.
The main businesses of the company include manufacturing weapons and equipment, special steel and augmented products, as well as mining trucks and engineering machinery.
Five mixer trucks assembled by Inner Mongolia North Heavy Industries Group are photographed prior to export. [Photo/Baotou Daily]
Inner Mongolia North Heavy Industries Group [Photo/bfzg.com]