01 February 2021

Russian agricultural machinery exports grew by 30% in 2020

Exports of Russian agricultural machinery increased by 30% in 2020 to 15.9 billion Russian rubles. This is a record volume.

 

Last year, Russian manufacturers delivered their equipment to 38 countries. The main foreign markets are the CIS countries, the European Union, Africa, the Middle East and Mongolia.

Deliveries abroad of all-wheel-drive agricultural tractors increased by 43% to 524 units, harrows – by 41% to 810 units, forage harvesters – by 35% to 112 units, plows – by 34% to 419 units, cultivators-by 30% to 153 units, grain harvesters - by 23% to 1,063 units.

In 2020 deliveries to Germany in value terms increased by 4.6-fold, Austria – 4.5 times, in the Czech Republic – to 2.9-fold, Bulgaria – 2.1 times, in France, at 84%, the Netherlands – 73%, in Kyrgyzstan – 51%, Hungary – 44%, in Kazakhstan – by 29%.