Robit has signed an Exclusive Distributor Agreement with Eurasian Machinery LLP for Robit’s full product offering. Based on the agreement, Eurasian Machinery LLP will represent Robit and distribute all Robit products in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan.
Eurasian Machinery LLP is the largest company supplying specialised machinery and equipment for mining, construction, and oil and gas enterprises in Kazakhstan and Central Asia. Eurasian Machinery LLP is the official distributor of Hitachi Construction Machinery (HCM) in Kazakhstan and Central Asia. The company is also a distributor for many other reputable brands like Furukawa, Swedfan, Bell and Powerscreen.
Eurasian Machinery LLP employs over 600 employees and provides customers with high-quality technical services through 10 centres, including a high-tech Component Repair Centre in Karaganda. The company offers highly qualified technical support and service with its extensive expertise, highly qualified personnel and a broad network of representative offices across the region.
“We are excited to create this new partnership to serve drilling industry in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan with a combination of Eurasian Machinery LLP’s experienced team and Robit’s high performance, wide offering and global capabilities. Eurasian Machinery LLP has a very strong position in mining industry in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan and we look forward to work with their professionals team as we both have a high ambition to grow our business in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan,” comments Tommi Lehtonen, CEO of Robit Group (signing the contract in the picture).
Robit is a strongly internationalised growth company servicing global customers and selling drilling consumables for applications in mining, construction and contracting, tunnelling and well drilling. The company’s offering is divided into three product and service ranges: Top Hammer, Down the Hole and Geotechnical. Robit has nine of its own sales and service points throughout the world as well as an active sales network in 100 countries. Robit’s manufacturing units are located in Finland, South Korea, Australia and the UK.