Russia’s exporters to expand their presence in Uzbekistan’s trade networks

Business Materials 4 November 2020 13:42 (UTC +04:00)
Russia’s exporters to expand their presence in Uzbekistan’s trade networks

BAKU, Azerbaijan, Nov. 4

By Klavdiya Romakayeva - Trend:

“Made in Moscow” export center in Russia will expand its presence in the trade networks of Uzbekistan, Trend reports citing uzdaily.uz.

“Made in Moscow” will become a business platform that will unite manufacturers of export-oriented finished food products with distributors and representatives of retail and wholesale trade networks in Uzbekistan, during which presentations of a wide range of food products and negotiations on their supply to the shelves of stores in the country will be held.

Online B2B meetings with Moscow exporters will be held on November 18-19, 2020 at the Wyndham Tashkent hotel in a new hybrid format, when business representatives of Uzbekistan, in a specially equipped negotiation zone, will meet with their Russian counterparts online.

Some 15 manufacturers of finished food products including manufacturers of confectionery products, ice cream, and healthy food, beverage manufacturers, as well as producers of meat products and canned food will attend the event.

Among the companies represented are Foodimport LLC, Akon Food LLC, Modern Tea Technologies LLC, Kirilina Victoria IP, Entina Tatyana Gennadievna IP, Semushka LLC, Good-food SM LLC, VINOGRAD TH LLC, Granola Lab LLC, Rusprodexport LLC, Modena Coffee LLC, Stolbushino Stolitsa LLC, Fitoguru LLC, Lunevo Meat Processing Plant LLC and BRPI JSC.

Earlier, Moscow exporters planned their participation in UzFood International Food Industry Exhibition but were forced to postpone their visit to 2021.

Together with the Moscow Export Center, the organizers of the event are Kongress Servis Ltd., a company with many years of experience in holding congress and exhibition events in Uzbekistan.


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