Kazakhstan, Astana, Feb.6 / Trend, D. Mukhtarov /
During his visit to Spain, President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev discussed prospects of cooperation in various sectors of the economy with the heads of leading Spanish companies, Akorda reported. In particular, Nazarbayev met with the heads of companies "Maxam", "OHL" and "Next Limit Technologies".
The meeting discussed issues of cooperation in the manufacturing of explosives systems for civil use in construction and mining and the construction of infrastructure facilities, including seaports, airports, roads and railways.
In addition, they discussed the possibility of partnership in the development of software used for the computer simulation of different processes for scientific and engineering research.
The company "Maxam" has more than 140 companies with production facilities in 40 countries. The company has operated in the Kazakh mining industry since 2002; during this time, it has built three factories for the production of industrial explosives in Karaganda, Akmola and Kostanay. The company has 181 staff in country.
The company OHL specializes in the design, construction and maintenance of various types of infrastructure. Construction projects have been carried out in 39 countries; current projects are being implemented in 30 countries.
The company "Next Limit Technologies" is well-known for the quality and capacity of its computer simulation software products.
Afterwards, the President of Kazakhstan met with the head of "Airbus Military", Domingo Ureňa-Raso.
The meeting focused on a range of issues related to further cooperation, including the infield maintenance of military transport aviation.
On the same day, President Nazarbayev held a meeting with the president of the company "Patentes TALGO S.A." Carlos Palacio Oriol.
During the meeting, the parties discussed issues of cooperation in the development, manufacturing and maintenance of railway equipment, and the joint production of high security and comfort passenger wagons.
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