Kamaz has suspended operations on its main production line from Thursday through May 11.

Kamaz spokesman Nail Nagumanov told the Itar-Tass news agency that Kamaz has completed all orders for April and that workers will be receiving two-thirds of their wages during the suspension period.

Kamaz produced about 2,500 trucks in April, completing the government's orders, the report said.

The current suspension is the fourth for Kamaz this year due to a decline in demand for trucks in Russia.