Cherat Cement set to deploy Belaz' first-ever mining dump truck for Pakistan

08:28 PM | 16 Mar, 2019
Cherat Cement set to deploy Belaz' first-ever mining dump truck for Pakistan
PESHAWAR - The Pakistani Cherat Cement Factory is set to put into operation world-famous mining dump truck by a noted Belarusian firm.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony would be organized on March 26th in Lakari village, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to be attended by Deputy Director of one of the leading enterprises of Belarus, BELAZ and the leadership of the Ghulam Faruque Group and Cherat Cement Company Limited.

The mining dump truck comes with a payload capacity of 45 tonnes and it is the first-ever truck to be put into operation in Pakistan.

The initiative vindicates Hi-Tech Belarusian technology sharing with Pakistan, technological contribution to the Pakistani industrial complex, as well as showing the progress of the bilateral cooperation in the sphere of industry.

Mining dump trucks are designed for transportation of loosened rocks on technological haul roads at open-pit mining sites under different climatic conditions. These trucks can be used in the construction of large industrial structures and hydraulic facilities, in the construction of highway systems as well as in technological departments of the enterprises of the processing industry.

Open joint-stock company (OJSC) BELAZ — Management company of holding 'BELAZ-HOLDING' - is a major world manufacturer of mining dump trucks of heavy-duty and super-size load capacity, as well as the other heavy vehicles, being used in mining and construction branches of industry.