Post Show Report Russian Industry Week 2022
Russian Industry Week 2022 took place at EXPOCENTRE Fairgrounds on 24–27 October 2022. It was held for the third time. This year, over 350 companies took part in the Week's events. The exhibition area totalled over 7,000 sq. m.
This year the Week included
- Technoforum 2022, the International Exhibition for Equipment and Technology for Materials Processing
- Rusweld 2022, the International Exhibition for Welding and Cutting Equipment, Technologies and Materials
- Reklama 2022, the International Exhibition for Advertising
- NDT Territory 2022, the International Exhibition and Forum on Non-Destructive Testing and Technical Diagnostics
Vladimir Kononov, Deputy Chair at the Russian State Duma Committee on Science and Higher Education, Chair at the VOIR – the All-Russian Society of Inventors and Rationalizers
“Russian Industry Week is a major event that brings together all stakeholders from manufacturers, researchers, investors and lawmakers. Such events not only acquaint visitors with innovations in science and technology, but also provide a forum for working out and making decisions: how to turn scientific innovation into a product, put it into production, and bring it to consumers, so that people's lives can become better. Such trade shows, where active, eager people come, be they industrialists or investors, are a very effective way of introducing scientific achievements.”
EXPOCENTRE pays special attention to promoting and demonstrating the latest scientific and technical developments and innovative technologies, as well as supporting Russian inventors and young researchers and promoting their developments in production. For example, five years ago EXPOCENTRE launched the NTI-Expo (Science, Technology, Innovation) project together with the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the relevant committee of the State Duma. NTI-Expo includes a whole range of events, including Russian Industry Week.
The VOIR – the All-Russian Society of Inventors and Rationalizers had its first stand at the Week, giving both exhibitors and visitors an opportunity to get direct access to the latest information on innovations and inventions.
Russian Industry Week 2022 hosted a signing ceremony of a trilateral agreement between the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, VOIR and EXPOCENTRE. The main purpose of the agreement is to assist in promoting Russian inventions and innovations in the production sector and to help companies participate in the largest trade show. The document was signed by Vice President at the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Maksim Fateev, Chair at the Central Council of VOIR Vladimir Kononov and Director General of EXPOCENTRE Alexey Vyalkin.
International Exhibition for Equipment and Technologies for Materials Processing
Technoforum 2022 was once again the core of Russian Industry Week.
The show was part of the NTI-Expo (Research-Technology-Innovations) project.
Organised by EXPOCENTRE AO
Supported by the Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade, the Russian State Duma Committee on Science and Higher Education
Under auspices of the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Exhibition space: 2,609 sq m
Attendance: 10,516 professional visitors
Exhibitors: about 127 companies (3D CONTROL, Arcon, Atlas Copco, AWG Technologies, Barus, Balt-System, Bodor, Weber Comechanics, ProTechnologies Group, Stanko Group, United Machine & Tool Company, Intekhnika, Lipetsk Machine Tool Enterprise, Pegas, Pumori-Engineering Invest, Rosmark-Steel, Monolit, MSA, Delta-Test, Sharplase, Horn Rus, etc.)
Countries: 5 (Belarus, Germany, Italy Russia, Switzerland)
Country pavilion: Belarus (Kuzlitmash, MZOR, Stankogomel, Kirov Machine-Tool Plant)
The Technoforum product sectors showcased comprehensive systems of high-tech equipment for the main processing industries, machine systems for processing metal, wood, stone, composite and polymer materials, robotics and production automation, welding technologies, and composite materials.
Technoforum 2022 was a success, reaffirming its status as a valued and respected platform for developers, manufacturers and consumers of industrial equipment from various regions of Russia and around the world.
Visitors, including potential buyers, became acquainted with cutting-edge technologies and production solutions in the field of metalworking, and received professional advice from industry professionals.
Today, additive manufacturing technologies are being actively introduced into production chains, and it is shaping a new level of relevance for quality assurance in processes. The Skolkovo Foundation showed new developments in the field of additive manufacturing and robotics systems.
We would like to extend our special thanks to Nornickel PAO, a strategic partner of Technoforum 2022.
International Exhibition for Welding and Cutting Equipment, Technologies and Materials
An important component of Russian Industry Week 2022 was the Rusweld International Exhibition for Welding and Cutting Equipment, Technologies and Materials.
Organised by EXPOCENTRE AO
Supported by the Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade, the Russian State Duma Committee on Science and Higher Education, NAKS – the National Agency of Welding Control
Under auspices of the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Exhibition space: 1,628 sq m
Attendance: 8,480 people, 85% of them were professional visitors
Exhibitors: 59 companies (including CrobotP, Lasercut, SMD, Invertor, Technored, Vekprom, Svarka-Komplekt, Svarnoy, Solid, Vektor, Centr Svarki, Volgaenergoprom Group, Intellectual Robot Systems (IRS), etc.)
Countries: 6 (Belarus, China, Germany, Italy, Russia, Turkiye)
Nikolay Aleshin, President at NAKS – the National Agency of Welding Control, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences
“The 40% increase in exhibition space at the show is an interesting sign. Whereas previously we paid serious attention to western suppliers and thus slowed down our own, internal development, today you can see great ideas at Rusweld. In terms of features and technology, we are not inferior to the West. Yes, Russian companies have one drawback, which is the design, the outer shell, but no more than that.”
Given current economic developments and the urgency of the issue of import substitution, modernising production has now become more affordable. Participation in the show helped not just to consult with experts, but also to see the latest equipment in action and even to try it out and appreciate the latest developments in the welding industry, materials and technologies for welding and cutting metals.
Rusweld showed industrial robots, robotic welding stations and welding robots, the most advanced tools and devices for welding work, personal and collective protection equipment for welding and metal cutting. The industry professionals learnt a lot about post-processing, renewal and improvement of wear resistance of products and structures and quality control in production.
Rusweld 2022 generated a lot of interest among industry professionals, especially those from companies that use welding or metal cutting in their business. They were able to test the exhibited equipment in action directly at the show, which ensured that visitors got the most out of their participation.
The visitors received the industry information they needed and learned about new products and global trends, as well as establishing new and maintaining previous business contacts and finding suppliers.
29th International Exhibition for Advertising
For the second time, the Reklama show was held within Russian Industry Week.
The show presented the whole range of technologies and services for the production and ordering of advertising from content and promotion to production equipment and materials for manufacturing all types of advertising media for outdoor and indoor advertising, navigation and souvenir products, all kinds of visual advertising communications, engraving, cutting, marking and embroidery equipment for textile branding.
Reklama’s visitors got acquainted with souvenir and printed products made on paper, metal, foam board and wood, talked to people working in design and advertising, and learnt how projects created on computers can be brought to life.
Supported by the Association of Communication Agencies of Russia (ACAR)
Under auspices of the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Exhibition area: 2,600+ sq m
Attendance: 16,000+ unique visitors (77% of them are professional visitors)
Exhibitors: 140 well-known companies from Russia and China (leaders in printing technology: Zenon, Smart-T, Bigprinter, Papillons, ForDA, RussCom, LRT, Technografika, Rosprinter, etc.; equipment for machining different types of materials: Lasercut, Torden, Vekprom, Stankom, Kami, Challenger; outdoor advertising structures and LED displays: DiMedia, Diamond Led, Led Vostok, Ledcapital, etc.; 36% of the 2022 new exhibitors are Russian manufacturers and suppliers)
The students who visited the show were invited to join several production tours, in order to broaden their understanding of the profession and get to know it directly in the workplace.
In cooperation with the Higher School of Economics, EXPOCENTRE arranged the Centre for Education and Science for students of this university to showcase their developments and innovative products.
Conference programme of Russian Industry Week 2022
Russian Industry Week 2022 was opened by the Strategic Session on Russia’s Scientific and Technological Development in the New Socio-economic Realities: Innovations, Inventions, Promotion. It was organised by the Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade, the Russian State Duma Committee on Science and Higher Education, the Russian Academy of Sciences, VOIR – the All-Russian Society of Inventors and Rationalizers, and EXPOCENTRE AO, with support of the Russian Presidential Directorate for Science and Education Policy, and under auspices of the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
The session participants included Russian Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Mikhail Ivanov, Russian Deputy Minister of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media Maxim Parshin, Deputy Head of the Russian Presidential Directorate for Science and Education Policy Denis Sekirinsky, Head of the Federal Service for Intellectual Property (ROSPATENT) Yuri Zubov, Vice-Presidents of the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Maksim Fateev and Dmitry Kurochkin, State Secretary – Vice-President of Nornickel PAO Dmitry Pristanskov, Director General at EXPOCENTRE AO Alexey Vyalkin, prominent representatives of the scientific and business communities, relevant organisations, and leading universities.
The session participants discussed priorities for ensuring the country's technological sovereignty in today's realities, new practices in developing and implementing innovative solutions, improving the legislative and regulatory framework to stimulate the accelerated and efficient implementation of innovative solutions into production, and expanding cooperation between federal and regional authorities, the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and VOIR in supporting the scientific and technological creativity of young people.
Vladimir Kononov, Deputy Chair at the Russian State Duma Committee on Science and Higher Education
“Russian Industry Week is the main industry event in the current environment. It brings together business related events, key trade shows of processing technologies used in mechanical engineering, machine tool industry, processing of structural materials, welding processes and a number of other areas. The Week is part of the large-scale NTI-Expo (Science, Technology, Innovation) project, which aims to promote national projects and meet the priority objectives of digitalisation of the economy and creates a unique opportunity to bring together business leaders, leading experts, representatives of legislative and executive authorities, and the media on one platform.”
Speaking at the session, Russian Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Mikhail Ivanov and Russian Deputy Minister of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media Maxim Parshin focused their colleagues' attention on the state support measures for the Russian machine-building, IT and other industries
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On the same day, the official opening ceremony of Rusweld 2022 took place and was attended by First Deputy Director General of EXPOCENTRE AO Sergey Selivanov, and President at NAKS – the National Agency of Welding Control and Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences Nikolay Aleshin.
Sergey Selivanov, First Deputy Director General of EXPOCENTRE AO
“In the current difficult economic conditions, we have managed not only to maintain last year's figures, but also to increase the showcase. For example, the exhibition space has increased by 40%.”
Nikolay Aleshin, President at NAKS – the National Agency of Welding Control
“Today our welding industry is developing and does not depend on sanctions. I wish every success to the participants of the show and congratulate specialists, designers, creators of new technologies that our welding is alive, will live and be strengthened.”
EXPOCENTRE and Stanki Expo held the Conference on Competences in Equipment, Services and Technology Accumulated in Previous Years and Demonstration of Competences That Have Not Yet Gained a Firm Foothold in the Metalworking Market in 2022.
Business executives, designers, and researchers from universities discussed staffing issues and possible solutions based on the fundamental knowledge of Balt-Systems' developers, design and production of vortex heads at Stankoservis, import substitution of European manufacturers Schunk and Erowa, methods of technical audit and diagnosis of machine tools, increasing the durability of industrial equipment, and other issues.
The events of EXPOCENTRE and RENA SOLUTIONS aroused the interest of the professional audience.
The Panel on the Ecosystem of the Regional Development discussed the development of educational technologies using artificial intelligence in the context of the regions' needs to meet the Russian domestic demand for highly qualified professionals, environmental friendliness of transport infrastructure, design of open areas of inner-city space, accessibility of public transport and infrastructure facilities. The participants shared their thoughts on transport safety in a modern city, attracting investment in regional projects, the Federal Programme for Higher Education Institutions, development of the Arctic and measures of state support for projects focused on the development of the Russian Far North regions, robotics for the mining and metallurgy industry, and other important topics.
The discussion was attended by representatives of the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, top managers and representatives of large regional businesses such as Nornickel, Severstal, CIT, Sibur Holding, RUSAL, representatives of leading colleges and universities such as MIREA Russian Technological University, MISIS National University of Science and Technology, Stankin Moscow State Technological University, Irkutsk National Research Technical University, Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod, Alekseev Nizhny Novgorod State Technical University, Platov South-Russian State Polytechnic University, Southern Federal University, Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, etc.
The goal of the Conference on Sheet Processing: Digital Methods to Improve the Efficiency of Modern Production. Practices for Localisation of Tooling Production and Development of Product Niches was to develop practices that focus on improving the technology and quality of the products created, including the development of new product niches in related industries.
Experts from Laser Center, BERESSTA, Panov College of Modern Technologies, Stankin Moscow State Technological University, ESAB, Severstal, Lobachevsky University Engineering Centre, Ferroni, OAT Group and other companies presented examples of technological practices for management of blanking production and product development parameters, and discussed the management and optimisation of blanking production using sheet and profile materials.
The INDUSTRY 3D: the International Forum on Additive Technologies and 3D Solutions was organised by EXPOCENTRE and operated by WebConf with support of the Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade.
The forum’s main event was the Strategic Session on Russian Equipment for Additive Technologies: Supporting Manufacturers and Removing Barriers.
The meeting was moderated by Vladimir Kononov, Deputy Chair at the Russian State Duma Committee on Science and Higher Education. In his address to the session participants, Mr Kononov emphasised the need to develop in-house technologies and support Russian manufacturers in order to avoid a shift from one dependency to another, referring to the possible replacement of parts and components by Chinese analogues.
Representatives of the Additive Technology Development Association, leading industrial corporations and manufacturing companies spoke about working under the conditions of sanctions and the effectiveness of state support measures. The participants discussed opportunities and ways to remove barriers to the development of the additive technology industry, priorities in the formation of the industry regulatory framework, training of specialists and other urgent issues.
During the sections, representatives of Russian companies spoke about advanced industrial technologies used in 3D metal printing for mechanical engineering, repair and additive technologies in foundries.
The Expert Council on Scientific and Technological Development and Intellectual Property of the Russian State Duma Committee on Science and Higher Education, EXPOCENTRE AO and AKME Group organised the Strategic Session on Training for the Machine Building Industry.
The session was chaired by Vladimir Kononov. He drew attention to a number of problems for the Russian machine-building industry, which can only be solved comprehensively if the government, ministries and public and private industrial enterprises work together.
First Deputy Director General of EXPOCENTRE Sergey Selivanov welcomed the participants of the session and the entire Russian Industrial Week 2022 on behalf of EXPOCENTRE. He stressed that all company’s own trade shows are in one way or another connected with promotion and demonstration of scientific and technical developments, including those of young scientists, with promotion of advanced ideas, promotion of skilled worker occupations, and cooperation with the leading universities of this country.
The Conference on How They Do It: Metalworking Machines and Tool Manufacturing in the Russian Federation was held as part of Technoforum. The attendees discussed the challenging aspects of setting up new production facilities, as well as modernising and expanding the existing ones, outlined the technical challenges the industry is called upon to address in the current economic environment, and touched on issues relating to the production of metalworking machines and tools in Russia.
There were the Expert Panel on Relevant Issues of Technological and Personnel Support for the Military-Industrial Complex and the Workshop on Import Substitution in Digital Production. The Russian Hardware and Software Platform as the Basis of Quality Management in Additive Manufacturing.
The conference programme of Technoforum and Rusweld was concluded by the meeting of the Club for marketing experts of manufacturing companies. The event was organised by EXPOCENTRE and operated by PRIORITET OOO.
Marketing professionals discussed the specifics of business promotion and considered universal and unique techniques of B2B marketing. At the event, the winners of the PR-CHALLENGE competition were announced and received awards.
NAKS – the National Agency of Welding Control arranged important events of the Rusweld conference programme.
The programme was opened by the final stage of the Best in Profession Russian Professional Skills Competition in the Best Defectoscopist category. It was organised by the Russian Ministry of Labour and Social Protection, the Council for Professional Qualifications in Welding, the Russian Society for Non-Destructive Testing and Technical Diagnostics, NAKS – the National Agency of Welding Control.
As a result, 65 professionals from 56 companies will be competing in the Defectoscopist 2022 final. You can find the list of finalists here.
The events continued with the Consultation and Information Workshop on Legal and Technical Regulations for Education, Qualification Assessment, Standardisation, and Certification in Welding and Non-destructive Testing.
The participants discussed the results of updating professional standards in welding and non-destructive testing, the innovative mechanism of cooperation between colleges, organisations of the real economy sector and the Qualification Assessment Centre to provide qualified personnel for welding production in the Republic of Bashkortostan, legal regulation of non-destructive testing at hazardous production facilities in terms of reforming control and supervision activities in Russia, and other important topics.
The Scientific and Practical Conference on Welding Today and Tomorrow attracted a large audience. During the discussion, industry experts discussed functional gradient materials and additive manufacturing techniques, friction and stir welding technologies, development and implementation of laser welding technology, welding materials and equipment for mechanised arc welding and cutting, etc.
The conference concluded with a demonstration of independent qualification assessment in the form of a vocational exam.
The Conference on Robotics Technology in Machine Building attracted a lot of attention. It was organised by EXPOCENTRE and the Russian Association of Robotics. The conference partner was Degree of Freedom. The agenda included two sessions covering important aspects of robotics in mechanical engineering.
Olga Mudrova, Executive Director of the Russian Association of Robotics and conference moderator, drew attention in her opening remarks to the importance of time and events affecting the economy, and how this relates to robotics.
During the first session called Robotics Trends in Engineering Enterprises, Deputy Director of Degree of Freedom Alisa Sotnikova talked about collaborative robots for process automation and the inevitability and indispensability of robotisation.
Alexey Korablev, Chairman of the Board of the Creonomyca HiTech & Engineering Cluster, spoke about competencies in implementing digital twins for robotic production in mechanical engineering and cited a number of successful examples of the application of digital twin technology in Russian mechanical engineering.
Roman Timofeev, Deputy Director at Robowizard, gave a very interesting presentation on how to take the leap to robotisation in crisis, how to prepare and what should be considered. Suleyman Bekmurzaev, leading specialist in industrial 3D equipment at Top 3D Group, spoke about robots in the foundry industry and presented a range of Russian-made robots.
The speakers of the Robotics for Welding session presented a range of technology solutions for robotic welding and talked about how robots from Asia differ, provided a comparative analysis and drew attention to the characteristics to choose from.
Rusweld hosted the Expert Panel on Relevant Issues of Technological and Personnel Support for the Military-Industrial Complex, which was organised by EXPOCENTRE and Stankin Moscow State University of Technology.
The Week also included activities related to the 30th anniversary of NAKS – the National Agency of Welding Control.
For the third time, Rusweld was filled with amazing, creative work by welders from all over Russia. For a month, followers have actively given “likes” to the welding products they like. According to the terms of the competition, the winning entry is the one that gets the most likes in one of the areas.
The winners were Vasily Yemanov for Architectural Compositions; Nikita Simenyuk for Decorative Elements; and Nikolay Gerasimov for Original Figures.
For the second time, Youth Day was held as part of Technoforum and Rusweld to promote intellectual development and interest in technical sciences while mastering a profession.
The key event of the Day was the TechnoLeaderNEXT competition between student teams of higher and vocational secondary colleges that train specialists for the machining industry.
The competition was organised by EXPOCENTRE with the support of the Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade and the State Duma of the Russian Federal Assembly, and under the auspices of the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Twenty teams from Russia's leading colleges took part in the competition. Students from Moscow, Moscow region, Rostov-on-Don, Tomsk, Severodvinsk and Saratov showed their theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the fight for the title of TechnoLeader.
The winners of TechnoLeaderNEXT 2022 were:
1st place: the G Cat team (Stankin Moscow State Technological University
2nd place: the Machines team (Razumovsky Moscow State University of Technologies and Management)
3rd place: the Team 102 team (Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas)
They were awarded medals, diplomas and valuable gifts from leading welding equipment manufacturers Kedr Group, Cebora, and TSS Group.
The events of the conference programme of Reklama 2022 have generated great professional interest.
The 11th International Forum – the Advertising Matrix Forum 2022, organised by KVK Imperia and EXPOCENTRE AO, opened the programme. The event focused on solutions for advertising market professionals operating in the current environment and the industry’s future.
More than 70 experts, analysts, marketing professionals, and representatives of customers – marketing and advertising departments of Russian and foreign companies – spoke at the forum, sharing their experience of interaction and searching for the best possible solutions when placing or fulfilling advertising orders.
The Conference on Strategic Challenges of the Advertising Market in the Times of Tough Sanctions: Analytical and Unconventional Approaches opened the forum.
The participants of the strategic session on tectonic shifts in the advertising world: what strategies can sustain the Russian advertising continent included Nicholas Coro (the Brand Management and Brand Technologies Research Centre (RCD&B), Igor Berzin (the Guild of Marketers), Anna Lukanina (the Branding Companies Association of Russia), and Anastasia Sidorina (ROMIR), and other industry professionals.
The session participants discussed key advertising market situations and trends: the future of advertising production sector as a building block of the advertising market; transformation of the OOH market in a situation of harsh western sanctions; technology for communication with a consumer in the new environment; channels and tools for PR, promo and BTL 2022–2023; and design, visuals and selling content 2023.
The forum’s second day offered the Conferences on Promotional and Souvenir Products: New Production Technologies in the Context of Restrictions on Advertising Production Companies, and Digital Marketing. New Technologies for Promoting Products and Services on the Internet. The discussions were devoted to branding of territories: branding of territories 2023: unique sites that bring profit to advertising production companies; more than promo: POS materials for effective sales; import substitution in digital: which tools to use for promotion and how to do it correctly?; and everything new is well forgotten old? The withdrawal of western digital platforms as a chance to breakthrough in domestic social networks.
One of the key events of Reklama 2022 was the Strategic Session on the Russian Advertising 2022: Challenges, Priorities, Laws, which was organised by the Russian Association of Communication Agencies and EXPOCENTRE AO. It was moderated by First Vice-President of RACA Valentin Smolyakov, and First Vice-President of RACA and Chair of the RACA Commission on Social Communications and Corporate Social Responsibility Elena Reshetova.
The main topics were the advertising market in today's environment: challenges, trends, forecasts, and priorities for legislative regulation of advertising space.
Vladimir Gubernatorov, Deputy Director General of EXPOCENTRE AO
“The Reklama exhibition, as an element of business communications, is experiencing the same challenges, trends and new issues that the entire communications market is feeling. In addition, we are also dependent on recent changes in advertising legislation. As a result, Reklama 2022 has lost some big exhibitors, but they have been replaced by others. There are 50 new exhibitors at this year's show.”
President of the Russian Association of Communication Agencies Sergey Piskarev spoke on the current state of the advertising market. Presentations were also made by Executive Director at the Association of Branded Goods Manufacturers Mission Statement (Rusbrand) Aleksey Popovichev, Head of the Department for Control of Advertising and Unfair Competition at the Federal Antimonopoly Service Tatiana Nikitina, President of the Association of Interactive Advertising Development Boris Omelnitsky, President of the Russian Association of Marketing Services (RAMU), ÑÅÎ of Progression Group Elena Leonova, Development Director of Alter Ego Promotion OOO Alexey Vyazovtsev, and other leading experts.
The participants discussed new approaches to communications, effective promotion strategies for advertisers from different segments of the economy, as well as industry opportunities in the context of large-scale technology import substitution, and other important topics.
The Panel on How Has the Visual Advertising Market Changed Since the Beginning of the Year? was about changing customer relations and business diversification as a way out of the crisis. The speakers presented analysis and management of sales volumes, talked about materials, equipment and technology in the new realities, and how HR issues are addressed in the current economic climate. The event was organised by the Association of Producers of Visual Advertising and Information VisCom and EXPOCENTRE AO.
Advertising makers in the media industry took part in the panel on how modern technology has changed the approach to the production of audio-visual content, application of Virtual Production technology from commercials to live broadcasts. The event was held by representatives of the XOVP studio (eXtraOrdinary Virtual Production) with the support of EXPOCENTRE AO.
Production director Pavel Timofeev, XOVP art director Konstantin Korolev, and co-founders of XOVP – director Yuri Yarushnikov and producer Andrey Ereshko – shared their experience in applying Virtual Production technologies in their work with clients.
The Conference on Digital Printing and Textile Decoration, held by EXPOCENTRE AO and the Digital Textile magazine, was of great interest to industry professionals.
Market leaders and representatives of leading companies, who have been involved in textile printing technology for many years, talked about their new projects, modern solutions for textile production as well as current business practices and the current market situation.
The show also hosted a meeting of Russian manufacturers of souvenir and presentation products – the Nation of Professionals. It was organised by the International Association of Promotional Products – IAPP and EXPOCENTRE AO.
Representatives of IAPP awarded the winners of the 8th Nation of Professionals competition. Reklama 2022 was the general sponsor of the competition.
The success of Russian Industry Week 2022 is confirmed by feedback from exhibitors and visitors to Technoforum 2022, Rusweld 2022, and Reklama 2022.
You can find the video diary of Russian Industry Week 2022, including interviews with exhibitors and visitors and stories about the exhibition, on YouTube channels at the following links:
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