KAMAZ left the German, who launched a new generation of trucks

Personnel changes at KAMAZ: Hans-Peter Moser, the head of the “Reengineering of Automotive Production and Creation of a Promising Family of KAMAZ Vehicles” project, left his position. The project has been in existence since 2013 and the result was the introduction into production and market launch of trucks of the K5 generation. All those years, Moser was the head of the board.

Moser moved from the European company Knorr Bremse to KAMAZ. After working for the Russian company for nine years, he announced that he had decided to continue his professional path as an independent entrepreneur. Moser noted that since the launch of the Reengineering project, the company has undergone a technological transformation and achieved significant achievements in the automotive industry, which have gained recognition in the international arena.

KAMAZ has been producing tractors of the K5 generation since 2019 and the last units were currently assembled in 2022

KAMAZ has been producing tractors of the K5 generation since 2019 and the last units were currently assembled in 2022

The company’s history proves that success is inevitable when the “ship” continues to move forward despite any obstacles. For me personally, it was an invaluable experience to be part of a team of true professionals who are so dedicated to their work,” said Hans Peter Moser.

The press service of the company reported that by the decision of the general director Sergey Kogogin, Bulat Kurbiev, who previously held the position of deputy head of the same project – director of coordination and control, was appointed head of the project “Re-engineering of the car production and the creation of a promising family of KAMAZ vehicles”.

  • It will be necessary to return the K5 generation to production, but without western components, by the first quarter of 2023 at the latest.
  • “Behind the Wheel” can be seen on RuTube.

Source: Z R

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