USM is a diversified holding company with significant interests across the metals and mining, telecoms and technology sectors.
Metalloinvest, a leading global supplier of iron ore and HBI products;
Udokan copper, developing Russia’s largest and one of the world’s largest copper deposits.
Akkermann Cement, one of the leading cement producers in Russia and Uzbekistan.
MegaFon, a national operator of digital opportunities and a key player in all segments of the Russian telecommunications market.
The group is a shareholder in the Centre for Research in Perspective Technologies, operator of the unified national track & trace digital system and AliExpress Russia, the largest online platform in Russia and the CIS for the sale of consumer goods.
In Uzbekistan, USM companies are involved in promising projects in metallurgy, cement production, digital labelling and communication services.
Gazprombank is multi-faceted financial institution. Its core business areas are corporate banking, retail banking, investment banking and depositary services. The Bank provides services to 61,400 corporate clients, including companies from gas, oil, nuclear, chemical, petrochemical, metallurgy, electric power industry and other sectors. Private customers are offered a full range of services: credit programs, deposits, payment transactions and electronic bank cards.
Gazprombank has a strong position on national and global financial markets, holding Russian leadership in arranging and underwriting corporate bond issues, asset management, private banking, corporate financing, etc. GPB has representative offices in Kazakhstan, Mongolia, China and India; currently participates in the equity of banks in Russia, Belarus, Switzerland, Luxembourg, runs financial companies in Cyprus and Hong Kong.
Magnit is one of Russia’s leading food retail chains, number one by the amount of stores and geographical coverage.
The company operates in about 3,900 localities: almost 14 mln customers visit its stores every day. Magnit utilizes a multiformat model, which includes convenience and drogerie stores, supermarkets and pharmacies, hard discounters. The company has more than 26,000 stores in 67 regions of Russia.
Magnit is a unique company for Russian retail. Aside from commodity sale, it operates a private-label food production business. The company manages several plants for growing vegetables and production of dry food and confectionery.
Company’s logistics infrastructure includes 45 distribution centers and 5,435 trucks.
Magnit is Russia’s largest private employers, the company currently employs a total of about 360,000 employees.
Magnit’s revenue for FY 2021 amounted to RUB 1,856 billion.
Russian Agricultural Bank
JSC Rosselkhozbank (Russian Agricultural Bank) is the cornerstone of Russia’s credit and financial system for national agribusiness.
Established in 2000, it is currently the key lender to Russia’s agribusiness sector. Rosselkhozbank is one of the largest and strongest Russian banks by assets and capital and has a high credibility score among the major domestic banks.
Rosselkhozbank supports rural development and the key projects of Russian agricultural companies. It is in the top three banks by regional presence, with more than 1,300 branches and 60 regional offices across the country; and has four representative offices abroad.
Rosselkhozbank offers a full range of financial instruments for foreign trade, including instruments specifically designed for agribusiness.
Government of the Sverdlovsk Region
The Sverdlovsk region is the home country of the international industrial exhibition “INNOPROM”, which has been held annually in Ekaterinburg since 2010. The region is also a partner of all foreign events of the “INNOPROM WORLDWIDE” project (Cairo, Tashkent, Jakarta).
Enterprises of the Sverdlovsk region are one of the main manufacturers and exporters of metallurgical, machine-building products and equipment to the CIS countries.
Uzbekistan ranks second among the CIS countries in terms of foreign trade turnover with the Sverdlovsk region. For the period from 2019 to 2021, the trade turnover of the region with Uzbekistan increased by more than 30% and amounted to 364 million dollars.
At “INNOPROM. Central Asia” the Sverdlovsk region will present manufacturers of equipment for the gas processing, oil, chemical industries, heat exchange and crane equipment. More than 50 enterprises will take part in the delegation of the region. To organize meetings with representatives of the delegation, please, contact: email@example.com
1C Company was founded in 1991 and specializes in development, distribution, publishing and support of business and mass-market software.
1C Company is working with customers through an extensive partner network which includes more than 10 000 permanent partners in 600 cities of 25 countries, including more than 7 500 companies-1C:Franchising, certified by 1C for the provision of enterprises integrated automation.
Among 1C inventions, the most famous are 1C:Enterprise system’s programmes, which are used for management and accounting automation of more than one million organizations. The company is the ERP market leader in Russia by the number of automated work places.
PJSC TransContainer is the leader in container railway logistics in Eurasia. The Company renders a full scope of logistics services such as:
- railway and multimodal container transportations;
- terminal handling;
- cargo storage including storage of cargo under customs control;
- specialized container transportations;
- customs clearance.
TransContainer operates regular container dispatches from Asia-Pacific countries to Uzbekistan and backward as well as to key destinations in Russia, Europe and Asia. Extensive experience in implementing integrated “door-to-door” transport and logistics solutions allows the Company to deliver cargoes throughout Uzbekistan (Chukursay, Sergeli, Pitnak, Assake, Ablyk) and other European and Asian countries.
State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom (ROSATOM) is a global technological leader, with capacities in the nuclear sector and beyond, and business partners in 50 countries.
As one of the pioneers of the nuclear industry, ROSATOM has traditionally been at the forefront of the international nuclear market, including nuclear power plant construction, uranium mining and enrichment, and nuclear fuel fabrication and supply.
Today, thanks to the unique expertise accumulated over 75 years, the company is conquering the markets of new promising high-tech products. Hydrogen energy, energy storage, nuclear medicine, wind energy, composite materials, logistics business, environmental solutions — in total, more than a hundred new businesses, which cement ROSATOM’s standing among the leading tech giants.
Rosatom is actively developing such promising areas as multipurpose irradiation centers (MIC), digital products, energy storage, etc. The corporation includes about 300 enterprises and organizations employing a total of more than 275,000 people.
The Republic of Tatarstan
The Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Republic of Tatarstan is an executive authority of the Tatarstan Government that pursues governmental policies in the field of manufacturing industry and consumer market, administrating the sphere of interregional and foreign economic relations, and attracting foreign investment.
The principal functions of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Republic of Tatarstan are as follows:
- Governing the manufacturing industry;
- Governing the power industry;
- Governing the fuel industry;;
- Governing the chemical and petrochemical industries;
- Governing the mechanical engineering and metal working industries;
- Governing the forest, wood, and pulp-and-paper industries;
- Governing the light industry;
- Governing the foreign trade activities of the Republic of Tatarstan and activities in the field of compatriot relations including, but not limited to:
- Coordinating the activities of representative offices and trading houses of the Republic of Tatarstan;
- Supporting economic, information and cultural ties with the CIS and non-CIS countries, as well as those in the field of compatriot relations;
- Administering the interaction between executive authorities of the Republic of Tatarstan and public authorities in constituent entities of foreign states;
- Regulating the provision of domestic consumer market with goods and services;
- Ensuring the routine interaction between executive authorities of the Republic of Tatarstan and executive authorities in constituent entities of the Russian Federation on the issues of social and economic cooperation;
- Governing the energy and resource saving procedures.
Head: Albert Karimov, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Industry and Trade of the Republic of Tatarstan
Address: 4, 8 Ostrovsky St., Kazan, Republic of Tatarstan, Russian Federation, 420111