German Reverse Logistics Systems GmbH eyes co-op in waste recycling with Kazakhstan
BAKU, Azerbaijan, Feb.15
By Nargiz Sadikhova - Trend:
German Reverse Logistics Systems GmbH company is interested in cooperating with Kazakhstan to create an appropriate ecosystem in the field of recycling of materials and waste, Trend reports with reference to the press office of Kazakh president.
The topic was discussed within the framework of the working visit of Kazakhstan’s President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev to Munich. During the visit Tokayev held a number of bilateral meetings with the heads of a leading German companies: Klaus Lutz, Chairman of the Board of BayWa AG, Michael Wiefers, a member of the Board of Rhenus SE&Co.KG and Patrick Wiedemann, Chairman of the Board of Reverse Logistics Systems GmbH.
Thus, during the meeting with Vifers, the prospects of cooperation in implementation of joint infrastructure projects in transport and logistics were discussed.
Vifers informed Tokayev about the company's activities in Kazakhstan, which has two representative offices in Nur-Sultan and Almaty, and about the opening of a third representative office in Karaganda.
Vifers expressed company’s interest in acquiring and launching a new consolidated transport and logistics terminal on the territory of Kazakhstan.
During the meeting with Patrick Wiedemann, parties talked prospects for implementation of the project on the pledge-return system of packaging circulation in Kazakhstan.
Wiedemann also expressed readiness to cooperate with Kazakhstan to create an appropriate ecosystem in the field of recycling of materials and waste. In turn, Tokayev highly appreciated the company's activities and unique developments, in particular, the introduction of an identifier applied to each unit of packaging for further circulation of containers.
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