The "Success Fair". Hannover Messe 2017
The main theme of the largest European industrial exhibition HANNOVER MESSE: "Industry 4.0". It corresponds to the so-called "project of the future" of the German government, which reflects the strategic plan for the development of the German economy with an emphasis on new technologies.
Russian stand "Made in Moscow" is one of the most notable at the fair. Its area is 502 sq. m. In the collective exposition under “Made in Moscow” brand, Russian capital was represented by twenty companies producing high-tech products.
"Made in Russia" is the first international communication project for promoting exports, business and culture of Russia, created with the support of the state.
Denis Manturov, Minister of Industry and Trade of Russian Federation; Oleg Bocharov, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of Russia, Alexey Fursin, Head of the Department of Science and Industrial Policy of the City of Moscow took part in opening ceremony.
The business program of the "Made in Moscow" stand included presentations of exhibitors and representatives of Industrial parks, ”Match-Making” zone. For several weeks before the beginng of the Hannover Fair, constant work was carried out with exhibiting companies to appoint meetings with foreign authorities, purchasers of high-tech equipment, representatives of Industrial zones in Europe. This type of open communication experience gives Russian companies great opportunities in order to promote their products to the foreign markets.
CJSC "SuperOx" was once again presented at the exhibition in Hannover. Interest in 2G high-temperature superconducting materials is rapidly growing. The company presented models of HTS fault current limiting device - sample of the current project “HTS FCS 220 kV for the Electrical substation "Mnevniki" in Moscow. Within the framework of business program, a number of meetings were held at the stand of the Government of Moscow and presentation: "Superconductive equipment and special applications".
The arrival of the of high-temperature superconductivity discoverer and the Nobel Prize winner in physics, Johannes Georg Bednorz at the stand of Superconducting City made our work this year at Hannover Messe 2017 really special.
We expect to receive photos from this meeting as soon as possible.