Three mobile shops for servicing artillery equipment have been made on the order from the Indian defence ministry at a special car equipment plant in Veliky Novgorod (north-western federal district). RIA Novosti received this information on Tuesday in the marketing department of the plant. The shops for servicing artillery equipment were organised on the basis of Russian ZIL trucks and provided with the necessary repair equipment in compliance with the contract with Rosoboronexport, the cost of which was not announced. When the shops were examined and approved by representatives of the Indian defence ministry early in December the equipment was dispatched to the customer.
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