African countries are interested in supply of Russian agricultural machinery and food machinery


Negotiations on supplies of Russian agricultural machinery and food machinery abroad were held from 15 to 18 may within the framework of the largest international industry exhibitions Africa Nampo Harvest Day in 2018. Russia was represented by the national exposition, organized by the Association "Rosspetsmash" and the Russian export centre with the support of the Ministry of industry and trade.

 Russian exposition in recent years has become an integral part of most leading international Congress and exhibition events, which presents the most modern samples of specialized machinery and food processing equipment. The organizers and participants of the pavilions for a short period of time have ensured that a national brand "Made in Russia" associated foreign business representatives consistently high quality.

Exhibition in South Africa in this regard is no exception. The exposition includes members of the Association "Rosspetsmash", Rostselmash, KLEVER, Sisort and invest. At the Nampo Harvest Day 2018 was presented, in particular, combine harvesters, tractor machinery, disc harrow, harvester, separator and other equipment.

Invest held a meeting with the local company "RSA" and the dealer of the American company in South Africa Superior. Potential partners interested in cooperation in the direction of export from Russia of grain dryers and feed mills.

Rostselmash in addition to meeting with farmers from different countries discussed with the representative of the government of Kenya with a comprehensive supply of equipment in this country.

Photoseparator, which produces Sisort, became interested in a number of major companies in the production of grain.

Trade representative of Russian Federation in South Africa Maxim Bure, who visited the Russian exposition, noted the quality of its organization and larger compared to the previous year the representation of plants and equipment.


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