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October 29, 2021, 09:15

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Moscow enterprises supply products to 180 countries of the world. High-tech goods account for a significant share in exports.

Moscow enterprises are increasing their exports despite the pandemic. From January to July alone, the volume of non-resource non-energy exports rose to 17.5 billion rubles. This is 32 percent more than in the same period last year, Sergei Sobyanin said in his blog.

According to him, Moscow exports its products to more than 180 countries of the world. The main importers are Belarus, India, Kazakhstan, China and Ukraine. Supplies to other countries are also growing – for example, to Algeria, Denmark, Serbia, they have increased several times. At the same time, high-tech products are being purchased from Moscow more and more often. Today, the capital accounts for 27 percent of the total high-tech exports.

“To make it easier for Moscow enterprises to enter foreign markets, in 2020 we significantly expanded targeted support for exports from Moscow. And today we see that these programs are working, ”said Sergei Sobyanin.

Moscow provides export cashback and subsidies for various purposes for exporters. They are helped to get accounts on global marketplaces, find foreign customers, organize virtual tours to their factories, buyer’s events and b2b meetings with potential buyers.

“Export is a key indicator of the competitiveness and demand for the products of Moscow enterprises. The city will continue to support innovative and other metropolitan companies in every possible way in an effort to expand the markets for their goods, ”said the Mayor of Moscow.

In a pandemic, medical technologies are becoming especially relevant. For example, Genterra develops and manufactures reagents for PCR tests in Moscow. They are used not only to diagnose covid, but also to detect other diseases, as well as to control the quality of food and agricultural products. Tests are delivered from Moscow to the USA, Australia, Israel, Spain and other countries. And the hit of sales of the era of the pandemic was the bactericidal irradiators-recirculators of the Light Technologies company. It supplies its development to Germany, the Netherlands and Ukraine.

The Motorica company produces cyber-prostheses for hands, which are now used by more than 2.7 thousand people in 12 countries. The group of companies “Grand-Cryo” makes equipment for cryotherapy in Moscow. And Pirogov.AI has figured out how to use artificial intelligence to help otorhinolaryngologists: its program allows doctors to make diagnoses 30 percent more accurately, and heads of ENT departments remotely monitor the quality of staff work.

Another important export direction is high technologies for industry and production. Thus, the Zelenograd enterprise Doza makes dosimeters-radiometers for monitoring the level of radiation, installations that allow measuring the degree of contamination of hands, footwear and personnel clothing, as well as silicon pin-diodes for recording ionizing radiation. It supplies its devices to France, Latvia, Greece, China and Turkey.

The Moscow company “Ekofizika” produces sound level meters and vibrometers for industry, aircraft construction, housing construction and environmental control. Firm “Laser Export” manufactures laser analyzers of the chemical composition of metals.

Farmer drones from AeroDronGroup are purchased for monitoring fields: they help keep track of seedlings, weeds and other indicators important for agricultural producers. And copters from UVL Robotics allow you to take inventory in warehouses dozens of times faster and more accurately than a person. The former are used today in Vietnam, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. The latter became interested in the countries of the Near and Middle East.

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