Turkey’s BMC to deliver 320 CNG buses to Azerbaijan’s Baku

January 2, 2021. BMC, one of Turkey’s largest commercial and defense vehicle producers, is set to export buses to Azerbaijan as part of a newly inked deal between the company and the Baku Transport Agency (BNA).

The agreement was signed during President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s recent visit to the Caspian state which saw several deals inked between the two countries.

Under the new bus agreement, the BMC will deliver 320 compressed natural gas (CNG) buses to Baku in 2021.

A delegation from the BNA visited the BMC facilities in the Pınarbaşı neighborhood of western Turkey’s Izmir province to examine and test BMC buses on site.

BMC board member Taha Yasin Öztürk and BNA Chairperson Vusal Karimli also planted olive trees in honor of the motto “Healthy Future and Eternal Brotherhood” during the visit, emphasizing the close ties between the countries and symbolizing peace following Azerbaijan’s recent victory over the occupied lands of Nagorno-Karabakh.

The BMC buses, which received Europe’s “Best Design Award,” are integrated with advanced technology, ensuring the comfort and safety of both the driver and passengers. The units are far easier to maneuver, allowing for easy travel through even the narrowest of city streets, and are environmentally friendly thanks to the use of CNG.

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