Russia's largest truck manufacturer Kamaz this week resumed output on its main production line after a 10-day break, a company spokesman said.

It was the fourth time since November 2008 that Kamaz had been forced to suspend production due to falling demand, Prime-Tass noted.

Kamaz produced 51,005 trucks in 2008, almost the same as in 2007, and planned to produce 47,000 trucks this year under an optimistic forecast, the company said earlier.

Kamaz, based in the constituent republic of Tatarstan, is part of Russia's Kamaz Group.