Russian Buses (Russian: Компания Русские Автобусы Kompaniya Russkiye Avtobusy), until May 2004 known as RusAvtoProm (Russian: РусАвтоПром), was created on 7 August 2000, combining several Russian bus manufacturers. It is based in the village of Maliye Vyazemy in Moscow Oblast:

  • Pavlovo Bus Factory (Russian: Павловский автобусный завод (ПАЗ) Pavlovskiy Avtobusny Zavod (PAZ)), minibus and Aurora coach manufaturers;
  • Kurgan Bus Factory (Russian: Курганский автобусный завод (КАВЗ) Kurganskiy Avtobusny Zavod (KAVZ)), the middle class and a special technique;[clarification needed]
  • Likinsky Bus Factory (Russian: Ликинский автобусный завод (ЛиАЗ) Likinskiy Avtobusny Zavod (LiAZ)), full sized bus manufacturers;
  • Golitsynskii Bus Factory (Russian: Голицынский автобусный завод (ГолАЗ) Golitsynskiy Avtobusny Zavod (GolAZ)), long-distance coach manufacturers;
  • Kanashsky Auto Aggregate Factory (Russian: Канашский автоагрегатный завод (КААЗ) Kanashskiy Avtoagregatny Zavod (KAAZ), bus chassis producers.

In 2005, during the restructuring of the production assets of RusAvtoProm, the company was incorporated into the GAZ Group, forming the "Buses Division".

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