Uzbek companies to export footwear to Russia

Business Materials 4 September 2021 10:57 (UTC +04:00)
Uzbek companies to export footwear to Russia

BAKU, Azerbaijan, Sept. 4

By Fakhri Vakilov - Trend:

The Uzbek Botir Mukhammadali LLC, located in the Namangan region, signed an export contract with the Russian IE Malakhov for a total of $1 million, Trend reports referring to Uzbekistan's Uzcharmsanoat Association.

According to the contract, the company will start supplying seasonal footwear to the Russian market. The first cargo will be sent to Russia in October 2021.

The contract was signed in Moscow at the 85th International specialized B2B exhibition of footwear, accessories and components MosShoes.

The exposition of the Uzcharmsanoat Association was presented by more than 200 types of leather and footwear, fur and leather products from 20 companies from Uzbekistan.

Moreover, Peng Sheng LLC, located in the Syrdarya region, held negotiations with the Belvest company from Belarus. During the negotiations, the Belarusian company expressed great interest in the finished “crust” and “finish” leather produced in Uzbekistan. The Uzbek side provided samples of products to foreign partners, after which further prospects for cooperation were discussed in detail.

Representatives of the Uzcharmsanoat Association held a meeting with the Russian company Global Shoes, where they discussed the export of footwear and shoe uppers. During the negotiations, the Russian company was provided with complete information about the enterprises working in this direction in the country. Representatives of the Global Shoes company expressed interest in visiting enterprises located in Uzbekistan, getting acquainted with production processes, and starting cooperation with Uzbek companies.

Summing up, it can be noted that the exhibition of shoes, accessories, and component materials MosShoes, which took place for three days, served as a convenient business platform for Uzbek entrepreneurs in search of new partners and concluding mutually beneficial agreements.


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