Cairo hosts Big Industrial Week exhibition with 100 international companies
Moscow - Sputnik.
"The exhibition named Big Industrial Week 2019 will be held from 8-10 October in Cairo, this exhibition is aimed at studying not just the Egyptian market, which is large, but also North African, Middle Eastern and Central African countries as well,” said Mr. Atrashkin in an exclusive interview with Sputnik on the sidelines of the 12th session of the Russian-Arab Business Council in Moscow today.
Egypt is a gateway for investors. About 100 companies from Russia, Germany, Japan, Korea, France and other countries will participate in the exhibition."
The exhibition is organized by the Russian company Formika.
The representative of Formika, which has a considerable experience in organizing international exhibitions and preparing business missions, explained that the Russian delegation at the Big Industrial Week-2019 will be chaired by Russian Minister of Industry and Trade Dennis Manturov.
"About 50 Russian companies will take part in the exhibition. Russia is a partner for the exhibition, which is being organized for the first time. We will announce the names of Russian companies soon, but they will represent nuclear power, equipment, energy and agricultural machinery sectors," Mr. Atrashkin added.
"We are pleased that a number of Russian companies will be exhibiting their products for the first time, including St. Petersburg Agricultural Tractors Plant," said Mr. Atrashkin.
Mr. Atrashinkin also pointed out that the exhibition will be focused on machinery industry, energy, transportation, agriculture and agricultural technologies as well as nuclear energy.
Along with the exhibition, there will be a business program during these three days, in which the leaders of Egypt, Russia and other countries will participate, as well as the African Industrial Forum, where Russia and European and Asian countries will present industrial technologies, Mr. Atrashkin stated. It is expected that leaders of African countries will discuss the missions ahead of their industries.