Hungarian and Russian businessmen discussing ways to form a joint venture to manufacture Hungarian designed buses in Russia told the CEO and owner of Evopro group Csaba Mészáros to MTI.

The president said Russian Nano Composite Technology Centre (NCC) and Evopro was in discussion to form a joint venture to manufacture Evopro developed buses in Russia. Moscow city government might provide loan to the joint venture, and it also promised to buy at least 200 Evopro buses in the next ten years.

Interfax-Kazakhstan news agency reported on Tuesday that the Hungarian company also planning to build an Evopro bus manufacturing plant in Western Kazakhstan; the company currently holding discussions on setting up a joint venture agreement with Uralskargoremmas group of Kazakhstan.

Evapro is planning to introduce a prototype of the Evapro bus based on Russian standards at the Yekaterinburg fair on July 12, 2015 said the president of the company

The Hungarian company designed a unique lightweight bus made of composite and associated materials.

The president of Evopro group attended the Strategic Concil’s second meeting in Moscow organized by the Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade.

The organization made up by major Russian and foreign industrial groups, technology companies, investment funds and joint ventures including German electrical engineering giant Siemens, Swedish-Swiss ABB (Asea Brown Boveri Ltd.) engineering group, and German industrial robot manufacturer KUKA Roboter GmbH.

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