Kazakhstan at INNOPROM-2019: Presenting its Companies at the National Stand1 July 2019
Companies from the Republic of Kazakhstan will showcase their products and solutions at INNOPROM-2019 under the National Stand. For Kazakhstani industrialists, this is a new participation format. The Stand will feature mechanical engineering and metallurgical companies, manufacturers of electrical equipment and construction materials, etc.
In 2018, trade turnover between Kazakhstan and Russia exceeded $17bn, according to the Embassy of the Republic of Kazakhstan in the Russian Federation. Kazakhstan has more than 9,500 enterprises with Russian capital.
What do Kazakhstani enterprises plan to accomplish at INNOPROM? What Russian industrial groups are launching new projects in Kazakhstan? INNOPROM VIEW answers these questions.
Mechanical Engineering and the Power Industry: Why Turkey Is Featured as INNOPROM Partner Country21 June 2019
As INNOPROM-2019 Partner Country, Turkey intends to demonstrate its latest products and solutions at an exhibit spanning over 3,000 sq. m. Mustafa Varank, the Minister of Industry and Technology, will lead the Turkish delegation. Innovations and mechanical engineering will serve as the key themes of the national exhibit.
According to the Federal Customs Service of Russia, in 2018 the trade turnover between Russia and Turkey exceeded $25bn. Major cooperation areas include the power industry, construction, petrochemistry, etc. The Presidential Press Office of the Russian Federation reports that Recep Tayyip Erdoğan articulated an ambitious plan to increase total exports and imports to $100bn.
What Russian regions are the most successful at attracting Turkish investors ? What issues will be discussed at INNOPROM Business Program events? INNOPROM VIEW answers these questions.
Austria at INNOPROM-2019: Exhibitors, Products, and Solutions14 June 2019
The Republic of Austria is getting ready to participate in the exhibition and business program of the Tenth INNOPROM. In 2019, Austrian companies will demonstrate their products and solutions at the National Stand and take part in the Main Strategic Session.
According to the Customs Service of Russia, in 2018 the trade turnover between Austria and Russia showed a dramatic increase of more than 40% and is estimated at $6bn.
How many enterprises with Austrian capital are working in Russia? What companies will participate in the national exhibit? INNOPROM VIEW answers these questions.
FRANCE SHARES ITS PLANS FOR INNOPROM-20197 June 2019
The French Republic, one of Russia's largest foreign investors, will organize the National Stand to showcase its companies at the anniversary INNOPROM.
In 2018, the trade turnover between Russia and France exhibited positive dynamics and exceeded $17bn. French companies are implementing their production projects in various Russian regions.
What is France's estimated total investment in Russia? What do French companies expect of the upcoming trade fair? INNOPROM VIEW answers these questions.
Digital Mining: Industry 4.0 Technologies in the Mining Industry3 June 2019
Russia's industrial holdings are implementing a number of complex digital projects at their production facilities. Companies are automating drilling processes and procurement, updating IT infrastructure, and implementing new technologies for underground operations.
How much does it cost to perform data center updates? What is the procedure for oil rig robotization? INNOPROM VIEW answers these questions.
Taiwan at INNOPROM: Company Expectations of the Upcoming Trade Fair29 May 2019
Taiwanese companies intend to participate in the Tenth INNOPROM. Foreign entrepreneurs will showcase their products and solutions at the National Stand and hold a series of negotiations. One of the objectives behind their participation in the exhibition is locating new distributors in Russia.
In 2018, trade turnover between Taiwan and Russia increased by 25% and was estimated at $6.65bn. Taiwanese companies seek to sign new contracts with Russian enterprises.
What products does Taiwan plan to present at INNOPROM-2019? What are the staples of its trade turnover with Russia? INNOPROM VIEW answers these questions.
Survey and Sell: Why Companies Should Participate in Research21 May 2019
Dialog with clients is a major growth driver in the technological sector, and failure to understand consumer needs hampers the fulfillment of business plans. Foreign and Russian experience indicates that participation in research is as good an instrument for ensuring competitiveness as innovative solutions – both in the consumer market and B2B segment.
What do corporations miss by rejecting to participate in marketing research? What new market data will be unveiled at INNOPROM-2019? INNOPROM VIEW answers these questions.
Upgrades and Revival: Current Situation in Russian Machine-Tool Building6 May 2019
Government data indicate that Russia still faces a shortage of equipment. Nevertheless, the country is expanding existing production centers and restoring facilities that have gone bankrupt.
In 2018, machine-tool building companies reported higher export sales and their readiness to attract millions and even billions in investment funding.
What regions are increasing their production capacity? What products that used to be purchased exclusively outside of Russia are currently manufactured by domestic enterprises? INNOPROM VIEW answers these questions.
Block Imports: Innotekhmet Readies Its First Foreign Sales29 April 2019
Import substitution project implemented by Innotekhmet machine-building company was shortlisted for the National Industrial Award INDUSTRIA-2018. Innotekhmet partnered with Russian steelworkers to develop an innovative solution for the production of drive and stationary units for CNC equipment.
Currently, the company is getting ready to launch a new industrial complex and is preparing its first export shipment.
What countries are Innotekhmet's potential buyers? How did participation in INDUSTRIA affect the company's marketing strategy? INNOPROM VIEW answers these questions.
Chemistry 4.0: Will Digitization Uproot Conservative Tendencies in Industrial Chemistry?19 April 2019
Up until recently, manufacturers of industrial chemicals have been shying away from digitization, but nowadays foreign players are gradually increasing their revenue by implementing IT services, and Russian companies are optimizing their production and financial processes by applying Industry 4.0 technologies.
What digital instruments are currently most popular in this industrial segment? Has digital transformation become a part of general business strategy? INNOPROM VIEW answers these questions.