KAMAZ sent to Ghana a batch of KAMAZ-53228 on-board vehicles adapted to local operating conditions.
Seven KAMAZ-53228 (6×6) all-wheel drive trucks were shipped to the port of St. Petersburg for further delivery by sea to Ghana. It is planned that the trucks will arrive at their destination according to the schedule and will be unloaded at the terminal in the second half of September. The vehicle was supplied by Foreign Trade Company KAMAZ. The delivered trucks are specially designed for operation in tropical conditions and will be used by the customer to transport the “gold” of Ghana – shea nuts, which are widely used both in cosmetology and in the food industry.
The first KAMAZ vehicles were delivered to Ghana back in the 90s of the last century. Then, with the assistance of the Russian government, as part of the implementation of the first and second stages of the re-equipment of the global fleet of vehicles of the UN World Food Program, the country received several more consignments of KAMAZ trucks. So, in 2014 and 2019. The UN mission in Ghana received 54 all-wheel drive KAMAZ vehicles and 5 NEFAZ trailers.