Komatsu to build assembly plant in Yaroslavl, Russia


Komatsu Ltd. decided to establish a company to manufacture construction equipment and utility equipment, including forklift trucks, in Yaroslavl, Russia.

This will be the 47th production facility (12 in Japan and 35 overseas) for Komatsu Group’s construction and mining equipment. This will also be its second plant in Russia, following Kraneks International Co., Ltd., a manufacturing joint venture for metal works, established in Ivanovo in 1998. The new company will be Komatsu’s first assembly plant in Russia. Scheduled to launch production in June 2010, the new plant will accommodate an integrated production line, from welding to assembly, each for construction and utility equipment. (


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