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Bashkortostan Development Corporation presented Agidel Industrial Park in Teheran


UFA, 23 December 2015. /Bashinform News Agency, Ksenia Kalinina/.

In Teheran, the Development Corporation of Bashkortostan presented an industrial park of the city of Agidel. On December 21, the first Russian National Industrial Exhibition "Industrial and Commercial Dialogue: Russia — Iran" opened, which will run until December 23 inclusive. The delegation from Russia included more than 100 heads of large and medium-sized companies and regions, about 200 business representatives. The three-day program is full of workshops, meetings and negotiations.

According to the Development Corporation of Bashkortostan with reference to the Ministry of Industry of the Russian Federation, the event of such format is held for the first time. The Minister of Industry and Trade Denis Manturov took personal management over the project.

The exhibition covering an area of four thousand sq. m included pavilions and street space. 35 Russian companies display their elaborations and exhibits at the exhibition stands. The Development Corporation presented the promising venue — industrial park "Building Materials of Bashkortostan".

The industrial park is located in the northwest of the republic in the city of Agidel at the premises of industrial and construction base of the Bashkir NPP, 175 kilometers from Ufa. Its platform has easy access to the main highways, water and railway lines, which allows reducing the cost of transporting heavy, bulky goods over the territory of the country. The area of the industrial park is 223.88 hectares. It consists of 72 buildings with a total area of 113 051.6 sq. m and 76 structures.

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