Dints will work with BELAZ to supply heavy vehicles to Mali, Burkina Faso and Madagascar

BELAZ Africa Dints agreement

BELAZ and Dints sign agreement

Dints International has announced today that we have teamed up with BELAZ (OJSC “BELAZ” – Management Company of Holding “BELAZ-HOLDING”) to promote their mining dump trucks and other heavy vehicles in Mali, Burkina Faso and Madagascar.

The agreement will see us working with BELAZ to promote and place a full range of mining trucks and construction and roadwork heavy vehicles in the three countries. The agreement will extend Dints’ manufacturer agnostic approach, which means that Dints is not tied to a single manufacturer and instead is able to provide the best range of machinery and services to clients. It also supports the expansion of BELAZ’s presence in Mali, Burkina Faso and Madagascar. The two companies will look to further develop the relationship and expand the products and associated services into other Sub-Saharan African countries in the future.

Geoffrey de Mowbray, Chief Executive of Dints, said “The signing of this agreement is another great step for Dints in providing a broad, manufacturer agnostic offering to our clients. We think it is essential to be able to provide our clients and their sites with the best possible solution and not be restricted by which manufacturers can be offered. By working with BELAZ we can broaden our choice while also opening new doors for their products. We are looking forward to developing our relationship with them.”

Konstantin Ryltsou, Director of Marketing Centre, of BELAZ, said “We are very pleased to have signed this agreement with Dints. Every third mining dump truck in the world is a BELAZ vehicle and by working with Dints we can expand into new territories in Mali, Burkina Faso and Madagascar.”

Dints currently operates across 17 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa with further expansion into 11 new territories underway. For more information please visit the managed machinery and parts supply services pages on our website.