Russia's premier industrial trade fair INNOPROM-2015 will be held from 8th to 11th July 2015 in Ekaterinburg-Expo, IEC International Exhibition Centre in Ekaterinburg. At the invitation of the Russian President Vladimir Putin, the Country Partner of INNOPROM-2015 will be the People's Republic of China. Ekaterinburg is expecting an extensive delegation from China, which will include China's 'national champion' manufacturing corporations. The display from the Chinese delegation alone is expected to cover more than 7500 square metres of the exhibition halls.
The official international program features a visit from the Czech delegation headed by the Czech Trade & Industry Minister, Mr Jan Mládek. Ministerial visits at top levels of industry from India and Mexico are currently being discussed. The INNOPROM exhibition holds options on 15,000 square metres of exhibition space – more than 70% of the Ekaterinburg-Expo's entire floor space, including displays from the People's Republic of China.
According to Formika Group, the official operators of the trade fair, sixteen Forbes-List major global manufacturing corporations - designated among The World's Biggest Public Companies 2014 – will be sending representatives to INNOPROM-2015. This information emerged from the regional organizing committee for INNOPROM held in Ekaterinburg by Formika Group CEO, Mr Maxim Zverkov. The guest list for the event also features Russia's leading industrial producers, Mr Zverkov said. Overall, among the participants at the trade fair and its Business Program we will see 21 corporations from the list of 200 Top Russian Private Companies (Forbes, 2014), and 30 Russian companies listed by the top Russian ratings agency Expert (2014).
The VIth International Industrial Trade Fair INNOPROM-2015 is giving top priority to its chosen theme of Industrial efficiency. The main exhibitions in the trade fair and the Business Program are given over to the topic, and it's followed through on an industry-specific level too. Pavilions 1-3 of the Ekaterinburg-Expo Centre will feature five sub-exhibitions dedicated to specific high-profile industries – Mechanical Engineering; Industrial Automation; Energy Efficiency; Optics & Lasers and Metropolitan Technologies.