en
en

HARP strengthens cooperation with Belarusian partners

HARP strengthens cooperation with Belarusian partners
18.06.2018

Exhibition

According to the results of participation in the Belarusian Agroindustrial Week Belagro, Kharkov Bearing Plant (HARP) successfully introduced an innovative line of bearings for agricultural machinery and strengthened cooperation with Belarusian partners.

HARP jointly with Remtechnoprom Ltd, current dealer, presented highly qualitative bearings and units of increased reliability: HARP AGRO bearings with unique X-SHIELD seal systems of increased tightness, HAPP AGRO UNIT maintenance-free bearing units, UC insert bearings (YAR, YET, YEL) and units on their base.

10-15-58-new20180611_harp_3.jpg

"More than 100 guests visited our booth. At the exhibition we also met with our Belarusian partners – large producers of agricultural machinery MTZ and Gomselmash, for which HARP remains a reliable supplier of spare parts”, – says Sergey Vyshlov, Export Manager, and adds that new customers from India, Egypt and Lithuania became interested in HARP products. Thus, according to the results of the exhibition, there are prospects to enter new markets – to expand the dealer network, as well as to establish direct supplies to agricultural engineering enterprises.

10-16-04-new20180611_harp_5.jpg

"HARP increases its production potential and every year develops new bearings lines for a wide range of applications. High quality and reliability remain unchanged. Therefore, the demand for HARP bearings stays high both in Belarus and in other countries”, – Sergey Vyshlov sums up.

10-16-08-new20180611_harp_4.jpg


Reference:

Kharkov Bearing Plant (HARP) is the leading enterprise in the CIS for the production of bearings and bearing units for agricultural engineering, railway industry, transport engineering and automotive industry. The products are supplied to more than 20 countries of the world through the official distributor of HARP – UPEC TRADING and a network of dealers of the CIS, Middle East, and Eastern Europe.

JOIN US ON SOCIAL NETWORKS
f2-01.png  you_tube-01.png tweet-01.png  in-01.png

Back