The Russia-Singapore Business Council has stated: “The united Russian pavilion will be presented for the first time at the largest international exhibition of digital transformation of industry in Asia, Industrial Transformation Asia Pacific”.
The statement says: «Today an international exhibition of industrial transformation technologies in the Asia-Pacific region (APR) Industrial Transformation Asia Pacific 2019 has opened in Singapore. It will last till October 24 and will be full of numerous conferences, seminars, demonstrations… In order to promote Russian high-tech companies in foreign markets, the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation together with the Russia-Singapore Business Council have organized a joint exposition».
It is noted that the united Russian pavilion was formed for the first time, it became the largest among all other exhibitors and the only one formed on the principle of national representation. The pavilion exhibits more than 15 Russian innovative companies-leaders in their industries. In addition to participation in the exhibition, the Russia-Singapore Business Council has organized a business mission to Singapore, which is attended by representatives of leading Russian high-tech companies, including the State Corporation Rostec.
The Deputy Chairman of the Russia-Singapore Business Council Sergey Pronin was cited in the message: «The key agenda of the business mission includes localization of scarce foreign technologies in Russia in civil sectors, commercialization of Russian technologies in the Asia-Pacific markets, standardization and harmonization of product requirements in Russia and the Asia-Pacific countries, simplification of certification procedures, preparation and implementation of joint R&D and investment projects. These goals have become even more urgent in connection with the signing of the agreement on the free trade zone between the EAEU and Singapore on October 1 this year”.
General Director of RT-Techpriemka Vladlen Shorin said: «The business mission to Singapore was preceded by the visit of the leadership of the Council and RT-Techpriemka to China. As a result of the visit, decisions were made to work out the mechanisms for creating a network of joint independent testing laboratories and certification centers which meet modern world technological requirements and the development of new standards in industry areas within the framework of digital transformation».