Made in Belarus exposition at INNOPROM. Big Industrial Week in Uzbekistan

Date: 05-07 April 2021

23 Belarusian enterprises took part in Made in Belarus exposition at INNOPROM. Big Industrial Week in Uzbekistan. Belarusian manufacturers presentув the products of mechanical engineering, metallurgy, chemical industry, pharmaceutical industry, medical equipment, as well as scientific research results and consumer goods.

The exposition was organized by the Belinterexpo Exhibition Company of the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

The opening of the Made in Belarus exposition at INNOPROM. Big Industrial Week in Uzbekistan was held on April 5 with the participation of Deputy Prime Minister for Investments and Foreign Economic Affairs – Minister of Investments and Foreign Trade of the Republic of Uzbekistan Sardor Umurzakov, Minister of Industry of the Republic of Belarus Petr Parkhomchyk, Counselor of the Embassy of the Republic of Belarus in the Republic of Uzbekistan Aleksandr Solovyov.

Participating in the exposition were OJSC "BELAZ", OJSC "MAZ", UPE "NIVA", OJSC "Belkommunmash", OJSC "Belshina", the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus and its research and production institutes, state enterprise "AKADEMFARM", CJSC "Atlant", JSC "Amkodor", JSC "Lidselmash Holding Management Company", Lidagroprommash JSC, Minsk Tractor Works, Mogilevliftmash JSC, Minsk Motor Plant Holding Management Company, StankoGomel JSC, JSC "Borisov Plant of Automotive and Tractor Electrical Equipment", JSC "Heavy Forgings Plant", JSC "Borisov Plant of Aggregates", JSC "Belkard".

Following the results of the exposition, MAZ-TASHKENT LLC, a subsidiary of the Minsk Automobile Plant in Uzbekistan, signed agreements with Uzbek partners for the supply of products for a total of 13 million US dollars.

As part of industrial tours, representatives of Belarusian enterprises visited KRANTAS GROUP, MAZ-TASHKENT LLC, MAGISTRAL DIESEL SERVICE LLC, as well as MAZ authorized service center.

The Industrial Week in Uzbekistan is the largest event in the country after the break caused by the pandemic. The number of participants was big enough to fill all four pavilions of Uzexpocentre in Tashkent. The expo was the continuation of the Innoprom fair traditionally held in Russia's Yekaterinburg. Uzbekistan hosted this event for the first time.

Taking part in the expo were more than 200 companies specializing in mechanical engineering, metallurgy, energy, pharmaceuticals, chemical industry and medicine from Armenia, Belarus, Germany, Italy, China, Republic of Korea, Russia, Turkey, Uzbekistan, France, Czech Republic, Japan, EAEU countries and Central Asia. The exhibition was visited by over 10,000 people – representatives of government agencies and businesses of Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.