Belarus manufacturers eye entering Uzbek market with wide range of products
Baku, Azerbaijan, July 27
By Fikret Dolukhanov – Trend:
The capital of Uzbekistan is going to host "Made in Belarus", an exhibition of Belarusian goods, on Sept. 14-19, Belinterexpo, a structural organization of Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, stated.
Over 100 flagships companies will take part in the exhibition: BELAZ, MTZ, Belshina, Belarusian Forest Company, Berezastroimaterialy, Adani, BelOMO, Konte Spa, Kommunarka, Babushkina Krynka, Belryba, and others.
A number of thematic expositions will be presented within the exhibition. Large industrial enterprises of the country will demonstrate samples of agricultural and communal equipment, innovative electric buses, and solutions for the defense complex.
Belneftekhim Concern will present a wide range of chemical and petrochemical products.
Companies of the woodworking and construction industry will offer sawn timber, ceramic tiles and furniture from natural wood.
Enterprises of the Belarusian light industry will demonstrate collections of fashionable clothes and interior textiles.
Producers from all regions of Belarus will present a wide range of food and beverages.
Also, services for development of software and production of equipment for data transmission systems, as well as novelties of artistic, educational and scientific literature are to be presented.
Scientific, technical and innovative solutions of Belarusian scientists, educational programs of universities, as well as opportunities for treatment and rehabilitation in Belarus will be presented as well.
"Made in Belarus" exhibition is in the final stage of formation, however Belarusian enterprises of any form of ownership interested in exporting their products to the Uzbek market can still submit applications for participation.
The exhibition is organized by the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry with the support of the state bodies of the two countries. The exhibition operator is the Belinterexpo company of the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
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