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From 25 to 27 September 2023, Astana will for the first time host one of the largest international industrial trade fairs in the CIS countries – INNOPROM. Kazakhstan. It will bring together representatives of the largest industrial companies and associations from Russia, Kazakhstan, Armenia, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Azerbaijan, India, Iran, Pakistan, Turkey, and other countries.
The exhibitors will demonstrate the latest technological developments in the industrial sector, and the conference programme will address pressing issues of the global market development.
As part of the trade fair, Russian Export Center (REC) will organise a national pavilion Made in Russia, which will host a business mission of Russian exporters: manufacturers of innovative products from various industries (construction, food, oil and gas, power, agro-industrial sector, etc.). The business mission operator is EXPOCENTRE AO.
The participants in the Made in Russia business mission will be 18 Russian exporters who are planning a comprehensive programme of b2b meetings with potential foreign visitors from Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Azerbaijan, and other countries. The topics of negotiations between the participants of the business mission and their foreign counterparts will include various options for cooperation in international logistics, IT projects and industrial robotisation, construction and building materials, machine building and metalworking, power engineering, digitalisation of business processes of power companies, utilities and energy-intensive industries, development and implementation of new technologies in manufacturing industry, and many others.
On September, 25 there will be held a round table on Russia and Kazakhstan: Developing Cooperation in the Context of Geopolitical Turbulence.
The round table is focused on cooperation between Russia and Kazakhstan, the current state and prospects for further development; expansion of geography of supplies through Kazakhstan, re-export of industrial products to other countries; peculiarities of Russian companies entering the market of Kazakhstan; forwarding and logistics from Russia to Kazakhstan, advantages for domestic companies. From the Russian side, the round table will be attended by Anton Loginov, trade representative of Russia in Kazakhstan, Pavel Anosov, Managing Director for Customer Service at Russian Export Center, Oleg Pechenkin, Head of the REC representative office in Kazakhstan, and others. From the Kazakhstani side, the current issues of cooperation will be discussed by representatives of the Ministry of Industry and Construction of Kazakhstan, NC Kazakhstan Engineering, NC KazakhInvest, Qazindustry Kazakhstan Industry and Export Center, QazTrade Center for Trade Policy Development, QazImport International Centre for Cooperation and Trade, KazakhExport Export Insurance Company, ZAKUPKI. KZ, Astana Invest City Investment Development Centre, KazEnergy Association, Association of Kazakhstan Machinery Industry, Union of Builders of Kazakhstan, KazService Association of Oil Service Companies of Kazakhstan, Damu Entrepreneurship Development Fund, and others.
Press Service, EXPOCENTRE AO