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The service is planned to be launched next year.
A digital platform is being developed in the capital to support enterprises exporting their products. This will allow companies to directly contact potential foreign buyers, said the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations. Vladimir Efimov.
The list of foreign buyers will be formed from the database of the Mosprom center. In addition, it will be possible to leave your offer on the supply of products abroad at the exchange. The platform is scheduled to launch next year.
“We are seeing an increase in interest in the capital’s communication and telecommunication equipment abroad. The volume of Moscow exports of fiber-optic cables alone in the nine months of 2020 increased by 79 percent compared to the same period last year and amounted to $ 1.74 million. Along with cable products, the demand for equipment for the construction of communication lines is growing, in particular on the European market. This is primarily due to the development of Internet infrastructure and the spread of 5G technologies. To help our businesses enter new markets, we continually adapt and develop existing support measures. So, next year we plan to launch a full-fledged digital platform that will help with the search for foreign buyers, and will also aggregate foreign tenders. Access to the exchange will be possible through the site of the center
“Mosprom”“, – Vladimir Efimov specified.
The Mosprom Center also conducts individual analytical studies for the capital’s enterprises. Thus, experts came to the conclusion that the Netherlands, France, Poland and Norway are promising directions for the development of exports for manufacturers of telecommunications products.
“Already, our center regularly conducts analysis of target markets, including the general market situation, the latest trends and factors. Individual research helps companies to significantly expand their presence in already conquered markets, as well as discover new ones. I will cite as an example the case of Svyazstroydetal. Now export occupies about four percent in the company’s sales structure – in monetary terms, at the end of 2019, the total export volume amounted to about 107 million rubles. The company mainly works with the CIS countries, Latvia, Lithuania and France. But, according to an analytical study by the Mosprom Center, the company’s products may be in demand in the Czech market. The company recently took part in our buyer’s program in this region, ”said the head Department of Investment and Industrial Policy of Moscow Alexander Prokhorov.
The center’s specialists investigated the global consumption of fiber-optic cables. At the end of nine months of 2020, the Czech Republic became the 24th importer of fiber-optic cable from the capital’s enterprises. During the same period last year, there were no export deliveries of these products to the country, therefore the Czech market is new and in demand among manufacturers of products for the telecommunications industry.
According to manufacturers, high-quality up-to-date analytics will help enter a new market, reducing the time and costs required for this.
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The Mosprom Center was created by the Moscow City Department of Investment and Industrial Policy. He is engaged not only in supporting companies exporting their products, but also individually selects support measures that are necessary for a particular enterprise. It can be solving technical issues and overcoming administrative barriers, searching for new buyers and embedding in international cooperation chains.
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