Polsko-Kazachstańskie Forum Gospodarcze – podpisanie porozumienia

 Cooperation agreement

On the 23rd of August, 2016 we participated in the Polish-Kazakh Economic Forum in Wasaw. The event was opened by the President of Poland, Mr. Andrzej Duda and the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Mr. Nursultan Nazarbayev. The representatives of 300 institutions and companies from Poland and Kazakhstan were invited to attend this meeting.

During the Forum, 15 Polish-Kazakh cooperation agreements were signed in the presence of the Polish Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Development, Mr. Mateusz Morawiecki and the Minister of Investments and Development of Kazakhstan, Mr. Zhenis Kassymbek. Among the distinguished fifteen companies was our Dual Fuel Systems Sp. z o.o. . The agreement, that we have signed,  concerns the development of dual fuel technology in Kazakhstan and introducing our product on that market.

The Polish-Kazakh Economic Forum

The Polish-Kazakh Economic Forum was organized  by the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development, Ministry of Development, Polish Information and Foreign Inwestment Agency, Embassy of the Republic of Kazakhstan in Warsaw and Kaznex Invest, with support from Polish-Kazakh Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

The Forum included a ceremony of signing 15 cooperation agreements and memorandums between institutions and business representatives from Poland and Kazakhstan. It was also an opportunity for B2B meetings between Polish and Kazakh companies. The main goal of the forum was to strenghten trading and cooperation between both countries and their business representatives.

As priority sectors for Polish-Kazakh cooperation the following were indicated: food sector, food processing and technology and production of machines associated with this sector, agriculture, afforestation, construction sector, production of building and finishing materials, developer sector, metallurgical sector,  energy sector (including alternative energy), public utilities (sewer, thermal modernization, waste management – disposal, recycling), production of public transport vehicles.

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