From 4 to 8 October, at the Expocentre on the auspicies of the Chamber the international exhibition Equipment, Machines and Ingredients for the Food and Processing Industry (Agroprodmash-2021) was opened.
Vice-President of the Chamber Maxim Fateev and Director of the Regional Development Department Ilya Zubkov took part in the opening ceremony on behalf of the Chamber.
In his speech, Maxim Fateev noted that today manufacturers and consumers are very happy to have the opportunity to exchange views, get acquainted with new trends and solutions in their industries.
Expocentre organized the exhibition with the support of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation, in close cooperation with federal authorities, business support structures and industry unions.
Answering questions from media on the sidelines of the exhibition, Maxim Fateev noted the particular importance of Agroprodmash-2021 for the food and processing industry - this is the basis of the country's food security. According to him, the agro-industrial complex of Russia shows stable positive dynamics. The issues of processing agricultural products are becoming more and more relevant, the demand for modern technologies and equipment for the food and processing industries is increasing. The tasks of accelerated import substitution open up great opportunities for domestic food producers, there is an increase in the load of a number of our food industry enterprises, Maxim Fateev is convinced.
739 companies from 29 countries are participating in the Agroprodmash-2021 exhibition. Companies from Germany and Italy are represented within the framework of national expositions. More than 250 Russian exhibitors are manufacturers of equipment and ingredients. According to experts and analysts, Agroprodmash provides a unique opportunity to form a solid portfolio of orders, conclude contracts, and enter new markets. The exhibition "Agroprodmash-2021" presents 9 collective regional expositions from the Altai, Krasnodar, Stavropol Territories, Voronezh, Omsk, Penza, Samara Tula Regions and the Republic of Tatarstan.
Press Service of the Chamber