Orbis Kazakhstan

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Orbis Kazakhstan
Privately held company
FounderFarrukh Makhmudov, Sukhrab Makhmudov
HeadquartersAlmaty, Kazakhstan
Area served
  • Central Asia
  • Europe
  • North America
  • Orbis Oilfield
  • Orbis Agro
  • Orbis Auto
  • Orbis Development
SubsidiariesOrbis USA Incorporated

Orbis Kazakhstan is a multidisciplinary holding company headquartered in Almaty, Kazakhstan. The present company initially started as "Autodom" LLP and was formed in 2001 by Makhmudov brothers[1]. Orbis Kazakhstan owns 9 subsidiaries in Kazakhstan.


Orbis Oilfield

Autodom LLP

  • Operational lease of vehicles & Heavy equipment|construction machinery
  • Own maintenance facilities, offices and training classrooms
  • Staff of more than 1,300 employees;
  • Core business - vehicle operational lease and passengers' transport.

Main clients of Autodom are KPO B.V., NCOC N.V., Chevron Corporation|Chevron, Schlumberger, and etc.

Aksaigasservice JSC

Aksaigasservice JSC is a main supplier of Karachaganak Petroleum Operating B.V.

Core business:

  • Refurbishment and installation of oil & gas product lines, Flow line|flow lines, wellhead set up equipment
  • Technical diagnosis and NDT of pipelines and processing facilities of oil & gas industry
  • Insulation of pipelines and equipment
  • Disposal of industrial wastes including oil wastes
  • Welding works, fabrication of steel constructions, tanks and vessels
  • Supply, storage and transportation of methanol, hydrochloric acid, liquid nitrogen, Chemical substance|chemicals and etc.

In 2012, the company Aksaigasservice was awarded the republican award "Golden Paryz" and the diploma of the first prize signed by the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan[2].

AGS Champion LLP

AGS Champion is a supplier of industrial chemicals and related services for NCOC NV - operator of the Kashagan Field|Kashagan oilfield.

Services provided:

  • Supply of special and general purpose chemicals for the marine and land complex of Bolashak factories in Atyrau (KZ).
  • Oil and gas sampling from high pressure pipelines and storage tanks
  • Provision of specialist engineers to support technological operations.

E-Drivetech Eurasia

E – drivetech Eurasia specializes in the development and provision of technological solutions for fleet management. Founded in 2013.

Specialists of E - drivetech Eurasia in partnership with international colleagues from Israel, E-Drive Technology, have developed an innovative vehicle fleet management product. The product meets the conditions of the local market and fully meets the needs of Kazakhstan and international companies operating in the Republic of Kazakhstan.

The flagship product of E – drivetech Eurasia is aimed at optimizing business processes for fleet management, increases efficiency and reduces risks when solving complex business problems by combining effective technological solutions and tools.

Today, the product of E – drivetech Eurasia is in demand and is successfully used in the work of Kazakhstan and international companies, organizations and industrial enterprises: Karachaganak Petroleum Operating B.V., North Caspian Operating Company N.V., Japan Tobacco International|Japan Tabacco International, Air Astana, Maersk Oil Kazakhstan, Isker and many others.

  • Transport monitoring
  • Fleet management - Telematic solutions
  • More than 1700 vehicles under management
  • More than 20 years of experience


Orion Group KZ is a joint venture between the Orbis Kazakhstan group of companies and the Orion Group international, represented in 50 offices around the world.

Since 2013, the company Orion Group KZ provides recruitment services throughout the Republic of Kazakhstan in many international fields such as: Petroleum industry|oil and gas industry, construction and infrastructure, Mining|mining industry, IT-technologies and finance. The company selects personnel in accordance with the requirements of clients in various professional industries and fields.

Today Orion Group KZ successfully cooperates with large international companies like: Fluor Kazakhstan, Genesis, VRI, Caspian Integrated Services, Tengizchevroil, Schlumberger and many other companies.

Orbis Development

Bonded warehouse in Almaty

  • Warehouse equipment sales
    • Distribution (sale) of specialized warehouse equipment of the brands such as LEMA (Poland), Otto-Kurtbach (Germany)
    • Distribution (sale) of wheels and rollers brands Tellure Rota (Italy), as well as mini warehouse RUSKLAD, and Stella Technician
    • Forklifts – Zoomlion brand
  • Accommodation services in oilfield camps – 20 000 m2
  • Construction company – 75 000 m2 of constructed area
  • Business centers and asset management

Orbis Agro

Orbis Agro LLP was established in 2018. The main activity is a production of whole grains and oilseeds, etc. There is a subsidiary company of Orbis Agro established the same year called “Farm Factory” LLP. Orbis Agro acquired two elevators, Kiyalinsky elevator[3] and Elevator Smirnovskyi[4]. “Green House” project is now in the process of launching.

Since 2020, Orbis Agro has become a member of the "Kazakh Grain Union".[5]

  • Grainfarms with the total area of more than 60 000 hectares
  • Products produced are soft wheat, flax, barley, cattle<gallery>

Orbis Auto

Orbis Auto is the automotive division of Orbis Kazakhstan founded in September 28, 2012. Orbis Auto group of companies is among the leaders of the auto retail of Kazakhstan|the Republic of Kazakhstan.

Orbis Auto dealerships provide a full range of services related to the purchase of cars and their maintenance - lending and insurance programs, leasing, trade-in, repair and warranty service, sale of original spare parts and accessories. Orbis Auto provides services for the redemption and sale of used cars and its divisions operate on the basis of all dealerships of the company.

Orbis Auto's portfolio of brands includes 11 car brands, 1 special brand and 1 truck brand: Toyota, Nissan, Mitsubishi, Hyundai Motor Company|Hyundai, Cadillac[6][7], Audi, Porsche, Chevrolet, Volkswagen[8], JAC, Ravon, JCB (company)|JCB, Hino Motors|Hino.[9]

In 2016, Sukhrab Makhmudov launched the biggest Toyota dealership in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan[10]. In 2019, several Orbis Auto dealerships opened their doors to public such as Cadillac Almaty, JCB Almaty, Volkswagen Center Almaty, Volkswagen Center Nur-Sultan, Volkswagen Center Aktau[11].

Today, Orbis Auto’s number of employees is over 1,250 of highly qualified specialists.

Orbis Expeditions

Orbis Kazakhstan organizes expeditions every year to many remote locations in Kazakhstan and around the globe.

In 2019, Orbis Kazakhstan's team led by Farrukh Makhmudov and Sukhrab Makhmudov double-crossed the South Pole and conquered Antarctica[12].


  1. Лим, Наталья (2017-05-15). "В Казахстан приходит новый автомобильный бренд из Японии". www.forbes.kz. Retrieved 2021-01-13.
  2. "Аксайские газовики отметили свой профессиональный праздник". mgorod.kz (in русский). 2015-09-06. Retrieved 2021-01-13.
  3. "ТОО "Киялинский элеватор"". grainunion.kz. Retrieved 2021-01-13.
  4. "ТОО "Элеватор Смирновский"". grainunion.kz. Retrieved 2021-01-13.
  5. "ТОО «Orbis Agro»". grainunion.kz. Retrieved 2021-01-13.
  6. "В Алматы открылся новый дилерский центр CADILLAC ALMATY". nur-sultan.newauto.kz (in русский). Retrieved 2021-01-13.
  7. "Динара Искакова: 2020 год будет стабильным для игроков авторынка". www.forbes.kz. 2019-12-30. Retrieved 2021-01-13.
  8. Редакция. "Флаг автобренда Volkswagen в Казахстане поднят на новую высоту | Бизнес-мир, деловой журнал Казахстана" (in русский). Retrieved 2021-01-13.
  9. "ORBIS AUTO заняла почти 13% казахстанского авторынка". Курсив - деловые новости Казахстана (in русский). Retrieved 2021-01-13.
  10. "Сухраб Махмудов открыл в Астане крупнейший дилерский центр "Tойота Сити Астана"". hommes.kz. Retrieved 2021-01-13.
  11. "ORBIS AUTO - Предварительные итоги деятельности в 2019 году". newauto.kz (in русский). Retrieved 2021-01-13.
  12. "Фаррух Махмудов: важнейший ключ к успеху – требовательность к себе". exclusive.kz. Retrieved 2021-01-13.

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