MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
Metropolitan manufacturers of different but related goods can now sell them as part of a single comprehensive offer.
At the exhibition “Innoprom”. Big Industrial Week in Uzbekistan “, which took place from 5 to 7 April, the Mosprom center presented a new product to potential foreign buyers as part of a buyer’s program to support the cooperative chain of producers. This was announced by the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Economic Policy and Property and Land RelationsVladimir Efimov.
“At the industrial exhibition Innoprom, the export support and development center Mosprom presented a new direction of support within the buyer’s program – an already formed cooperative chain. We offer potential foreign buyers a quality product assembled on a turnkey basis by the enterprises of the capital. Manufacturers of different but related products can now sell them as part of a single package. The new direction will expand the capabilities of Moscow manufacturers in foreign markets. During the three days of the event, our enterprises held more than 150 meetings with representatives of state-owned companies and businesses of Uzbekistan, ”said the Deputy Mayor.
The Mosprom Center, with its product presented at the stand in Uzbekistan, united several entrepreneurs to create autonomous lighting for agricultural enterprises. The chain includes manufacturers of current transformers, lithium-ion batteries, temperature sensors, automated energy metering systems, lighting equipment and cables.
A total of 15 high-tech solutions in the field of mechanical engineering and energy technologies, which were developed by eight capital companies, were demonstrated to foreign buyers at the stand. At the same time, the manufacturer of smart lighting entered into a memorandum on the supply of products with a potential of over 11 billion rubles.
International Exhibition “Innoprom”. Big Industrial Week in Uzbekistan ”was held this year in Tashkent for the first time. Uzbekistan is a traditional trading partner of Moscow.
“The volume of non-resource non-energy exports from Moscow to Uzbekistan has shown steady growth for several years now. In 2018, it amounted to $ 293.04 million. In 2019, the figure reached $ 432.96 million, which is 47.75 percent more than in 2018. At the end of 2020, the volume increased by 7.29 percent compared to 2019 to $ 464.53 million, “the head said.Department of Investment and Industrial Policy of Moscow Alexander Prokhorov.
According to experts from the Mosprom Center, the volume of industrial exports to Uzbekistan has been growing in recent years. In 2018, it amounted to $ 263.01 million, and in 2019 increased by 51.21 percent (to $ 397.70 million). Last year, deliveries of industrial goods from the capital to Uzbekistan reached $ 421.12 million, which is 5.89 percent more than in 2019.
Center “Mosprom” is engaged in individual support of the capital’s industrial export and export of agricultural products.
The center’s experts analyze target markets for metropolitan producers: they study the macroeconomic report on the target market, the risk profile, including entry barriers, the state of the industry in the target market and its dependence on exports and imports, SWOT analysis of the consumer market. Also, individual analytics are carried out for companies, which determines the most effective strategy for a manufacturer to enter foreign markets.
In addition, within the framework of the buyer’s program, the center’s experts, free of charge and based on specific export needs, help Moscow companies find counterparties and negotiate with potential buyers abroad, ensure the participation of Moscow companies in international exhibitions and business missions.
A source: mos
EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and / or sentence structure not be perfect.