Russia's Kamaz Group increased its output and sales of trucks and engines 10.35% on the year to 56.584bn rubles in January-July, the group has said in a statement.

Kamaz Group's truck sales rose 14% on the year to 32,798 units in January-July, and engine sales rose 20.45% on the year to 41,969 units.

The production of spare parts rose 3.7% on the year to 6.694 billion rubles in monetary terms in the period, the group said.

In 2007, Kamaz Group sold 52,648 trucks, including 39,187 on the domestic market and 13,461 on foreign markets. The group's output and sales rose 22.75% on the year to 85.249bn rubles.