INNOPROM 2023: Key Accomplishments

July 14, 2023
The 13th INNOPROM International Industrial Expo closed in Yekaterinburg on July, 13.
The Expo focus was ”Sustainable Manufacturing: Upgrade Strategies”.

The Expo featured digital manufacturing, transport engineering, metalworking, power engineering technologies, components manufacturing, new materials, automation and robotics, information and communication technologies, medical equipment and pharmaceuticals, and urban technologies.

The Republic of Belarus was the partner country.

The 7th Russia-China EXPO was held concurrently with the INNOPROM Expo at the Yekaterinburg Expo Center.

Over 1,100 exhibitors (INNOPROM: 700; Russia-China EXPO: 400) presented their achievements on a 50,000 sq. m site. It is a record for all 13 years of the INNOPROM Expo.

The Expo hosted national exhibitions from seven countries: Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, China, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan (there were four countries in 2022: Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan). Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan joined the Expo for the first time. 25 Russian regions also presented their achievements.

The national exposition of the partner country, the Republic of Belarus, covered 3,000 sq. m and featured 130 Belarusian companies.

In total, 35 countries joined INNOPROM 2023. The event was attended by the government ministers from 10 countries: Armenia, Belarus, Zimbabwe, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Myanmar, Ethiopia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Sri Lanka, and Zimbabwe.

The official delegations of Belarus and Kazakhstan were headed by their Prime Ministers.

INNOPROM attracted 46,000 visitors in four days. The B2B networking area saw over 3,000 meetings. More than 1,400 business meetings between Russian businesspeople and trade representatives in 53 countries were held at the Talk to the Trade Representative event.

The INNOPROM-2023 Business Agenda included 100+ events, and about 540 speakers.

The New Industrial Technologies Conference organized by the Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade, featured 20 focused sessions.

During the Component Manufacturers Forum, procurement managers from major OEMs held business meetings with 350 component suppliers.

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