According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, this was discussed during the negotiations between Ambassador Dilier Hakimov and Sales Director of Keestrack (Belgium) Klaus Elite on May 22 in Brussels.

“Following the talks, the parties confirmed their readiness to send a Keestrack delegation to Uzbekistan from June 3 to 10. One of the goals of the company will be to participate in the Namangan Investment Forum on June 7-8 and to hold talks on the creation of a joint venture,” the report reads.

It is also reported that Keestrack was founded in 1988 to produce high-quality mobile, crushing and screening equipment, it has a number of assembly plants and production facilities in India, China, the Czech Republic and other countries.

“The Qazaq Times”