Following the results of the Tech Industry exhibition in Riga, a number of agreements were reached
The international exhibition Tech Industry was held in Riga, where leading Belarusian enterprises presented achievements and latest developments in the fields of metallurgy, foundry, engineering, metalworking, as well as the oil and gas industry. The national exposition of our country has traditionally been organized by the National Center for Marketing.
According to the results of the Belarusian stand exhibition, the participants reached a number of agreements, signed contracts and cooperation agreements. Minsk Bearing Plant OJSC signed an export contract in the amount of $ 200 thousand. "Krasny Borets" Machine Tool Plant OJSC received a number of requests for the supply of grinding and milling machines. MMZ OJSC reached an agreement to increase the supply of pipe products, rough axles, cast iron manholes. The possibility of supplying these products for the needs of the Latvian railway is also being considered.
The management company of Avtokomponenty holding BATE OJSC notes that participation in the exhibition allowed us to demonstrate innovative developments of the holding's enterprises. Based on the results of the agreements reached during the exhibition, commercial proposals for the supply of XPS boards, starters, alternators and other products were prepared and sent. And this means that soon new contracts will be signed.
A number of agreements in the field of scientific cooperation have been concluded. The protocol of intent of cooperation in the field of joint scientific and educational programs Erasmus+ was signed between the Institute of Silicate Materials of the Riga Technical University and Gomel State University named after F. Skorina. Riga Technical University has also concluded a cooperation agreement with the State Scientific Institution “Powder Metallurgy Institute named after O.V. Roman”. BSU immediately signed three agreements with various scientific institutions of Latvia on cooperation in the field of start-up projects, the development and supply of equipment for assessing the state of the human respiratory system with the possibility of remote consultation of specialists.
“The Tech Industry exhibition is the only platform that makes it possible to present our high-tech developments on the Baltic market, which allows us to find partners for their practical implementation,” noted BNTU representatives.