Consortium of German banks AKA Ausfuhrkredit-Gesellschaft mbH and the largest European manufacturers of agricultural equipment Claas, Strautmann and Amazone are ready to arrange financing for the supply of the latest machines and technologies for the agricultural sector of Belarus.
German financiers and manufacturers of agricultural machinery recently presented a set of measures to improve the efficiency and productivity of agriculture in Belarus. It occurred at "Modern equipment and technologies for agriculture" international conference, which took place in the Green Park hotel complex. Belarusian Resheniye Bank was the organiser of the conference and the Belarusian partner bank in the program for financing the supply of German agricultural equipment.
«Belarus is a very reliable partner of the consortium of German AKA banks, which has been maintaining close relations with Belarusian banks for more than 25 years. AKA began working with a relatively small, but very promising Belarusian bank, Resheniye Bank CJSC, recently», Dieter Reiss, the director of AKA Department of export credit, emphasised during the conference while introducing a program of credit support for the supply of German agricultural machinery.
«Today we are launching a new work strategy in Belarus, which is based inter alia on a partnership program with Resheniye Bank CJSC», Peter Stotz, head of Stotz Trading House LLC, said.
Hubert Pöhler, a regional manager of the German B. Strautmann & Söhnr GmbH u. Co. KG company, presented samples of equipment for the preparation and distribution of feed, which clearly showed its high characteristics and the possibility of a complete replacement of manual labor in livestock.
«Claas products are well-known all over the world, including Belarus. Our equipment has been working on Belarusian fields for many years and agricultural enterprises would like to have high-quality German machines», Joachim Oldenburg, a regional manager of Claas Global Sales GmbH, said.
«We are very pleased that the conference aroused great interest not only among farmers, but also among other potential consumers of German machinery and equipment. Supporting agriculture and the real sector of the economy as a whole is becoming one of the priority areas of our bank’s activity», Sergey Budnikov, the chairman of the board of Resheniye Bank CJSC, emphasised.
As it was reported, Resheniye Bank CJSC, Stotz Trading House and the consortium of German AKA banks launched a joint program to finance the supply of modern agricultural equipment from Germany. The presentation of a new program for financing the Belarusian agricultural sector developed by Resheniye Bank took place at the Belagro 2019 international exhibition. Within the framework of the program, Belarusian agricultural producers will be able to purchase agricultural machinery, which is produced by the world-famous companies CLAAS, AMAZONE-WERKE, Strautmann & Söhne, on favorable terms.
Resheniye Bank CJSC has been operating since 1994. At present, the bank's shareholders are ALM Investments FZE OJSC, as well as Belarusian Intersportproject and Saturn-Info JLLC. The bank is actively developing corporate business lending. Resheniye Bank can provide financing for short-term and long-term projects of its clients with counterparties from EU countries, including Germany, under an agreement with AKA.
The consortium of German AKA Ausfuhrkredit-Gesellschaft mbH banks was founded in 1952. Currently, its shareholders are 17 of the largest banks in Germany. The main goal of the bank is to provide support in foreign trade operations financing.
Green Park hotel complex is a popular venue for business events and conferences of various levels with the participation of foreign businessmen, taking into account proximity to Minsk National Airport and visa-free entry of foreigners, including from EU countries, into Belarus. “Convenient logistics, beautiful Belarusian nature and true Belarusian hospitality make the Green Park Hotel more and more popular for tourists and businessmen, air crews and transit passengers”, Resheniye Bank emphasises.