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POWX2014 -- Bulk Powder Expo on Track -- Russian Commodity Markets on the Rise

POWX2014 Bulk Powder Expo Russia I International Specialist Trade Fair for Bulk Goods I Expocentre Fairgrounds Moscow September 03 - 05, 2014

NUREMBERG, GERMANY -- (Marketwired) -- 02/19/14 --


  • Huge potential for bulk goods and technologies in Russia
  • High demand by exhibitors
  • Russian markets for bulk goods on a growth path

The Russian economy is continuing on its growth path in the area of bulk goods and their technologies. For foreign companies this means that the business activity vectors are shifting: away from the pure sale of finished import products towards assembly or complete production on site. To accelerate this development, the Russian Ministry for Industry and Trade and the Russian Ministry for Economic Development are promoting the transfer of technology and the establishment of international production companies as part of their industrial policy.

POWX2014 on track
"The improved conditions on the Russian market is resulting in increased demand by foreign companies wanting to establish a foothold in Russia and expand their business model. We are noticing this in the sale of our floorspace and the processing of requests," explains Bernd D. Fichtner, Managing Director of the international Bulk Powder Expo POWX2014.

Growth sectors in Russia -- Example: chemicals industry
The chemicals industry increased its production by 4.1% in 2013. In particular, business in plastics, rubber and lacquers was very positive. The petrochemicals division is also growing. Billions are being spent upgrading existing and establishing new refineries. Progress is also expected in the expansion of the natural gas liquefaction sector with new plants on the northern Yamal Peninsula and in the Far East. Building chemical products are also in high demand. Imports can also be successfully substituted in this sector. The preparations for the football World Cup 2018 in eleven host cities is also adding to regional demand for more capacities for building chemicals.

Learn more on POWX 2014 at http://www.powx-russia.com/index.php

About POWX2014
The international specialist trade fair POWX2014, which will take place for the first time next year in Moscow, covers the enormous potential in the Russian bulk goods industry. All themes to do with the bulk goods industry will be dealt with at the POWX2014: from manufacture to processing, including possible applications and extending up to consultancy, service, storage and logistics -- exhibitors will be able to find the right contacts and business contacts at the POWX2014.

An experienced trade fair team, which has been planning and successfully carrying out international specialist trade fairs in Russia for more than 25 years, is behind POWX2014. The many years of trade fair experience in Russia have enabled a large and extremely personal network, which covers all areas of commercial and public life, to develop.

Range of the POWX 2014

  • Construction materials, stone and soils
  • Pharmaceutical industry
  • Glass and ceramics
  • Chemical industry
  • Foodstuffs
  • Animal feeds
  • Environmental sector
  • Power stations
  • Plastics
  • Timber industry
  • Rubber industry
  • Metals industry

Associated subjects around bulk goods are materials handling, storage technology and filling technology (filling plant, filling safety, big bags, containers, metering equipment, barrels, IBC, silos, closure systems, weighing systems, bulk goods activation, outfeed technologies), wear protection, dosing technology, automation, instrumentation (fill level measurement, particle measuring technology, moisture measurement, quality control, sampling), separation technology (filter units, dust filters, dedusting equipment, exhaust air technology, separators, decanters, flotation, classifiers, membrane filtration, agitators, sedimentation, screens, sieves, washers, centrifuges, cyclones), mixing technology (dispersers, kneaders, mixers, stirrers), fragmentation technology (breakers, granulators, homogenisers, mills, atomisers), compacting technology (agglomerators, pelletisers, presses), explosion protection (Atex, bursting discs, explosion flaps, inertisation, structural explosion protection).

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