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Modern Bakery Moscow 2014: Fantastic Level of Involvement at the German Community Stand

Modern Bakery Moscow 2014 | 20. Internationale Fachmesse Fur Backerei Und Konditorei 23.- 26. April 2014 | Zentrales Messegelande Expocentre | Moskau

NUREMBERG, GERMANY and MOSCOW, RUSSIA -- (Marketwired) -- 02/19/14 --


  • 20 years of Modern Bakery Moscow: Anniversary trade fair 2014
  • 23 - 26 April 2014 at the Expocentre in Moscow
  • 44 exhibitors from Germany on more than 1,000 square metres

The Russian market for bakery and confectionery goods remains lucrative and interesting for German companies. This is shown by the fantastic involvement at the German community stand at the 20th Modern Bakery Moscow fair from 23 - 26 April 2014. "German technology and German know-how are in greater demand than ever before in Russia. This soon gets around among German companies, which is reflected in the large number of participants at the German community stand", rejoices Bernd D. Fichtner, Managing Director of the Modern Bakery Moscow 2014 fair organiser.

Russian Market for bakery and confectionery products
Russia continues to be an emerging market with great potential. This includes the bakery and confectionery market. The annual sale of bakery products rose by 15.1% between 2011 and 2012 alone, to 11 billion euros. In addition, many production plants in Russia are still not using the latest technology. Subsidy programmes and government support are expected to close this gap by 2020. The Russian government is supporting projects and investment in this area with a further 2.5 billion euros. German companies are benefiting from this development and are able to unlock entirely new markets in Russia as well as develop their business model.

German community stand at Modern Bakery Moscow 2014
The German community stand is supported by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology at the request of the German Engineering Association (VDMA). This is the ninth time that there has been a German community stand at the fair and it is very much welcomed by German exhibitors.

Modern Bakery Moscow 2014
The 20th Modern Bakery Moscow will take place in the Expocentre fairgrounds in Moscow from 23 - 26 April 2014. Modern Bakery Moscow is celebrating its anniversary and is the leading trade fair for confectionery and bakery in Russia and the CIS. More information is available at http://www.modernbakery-moscow.com

ABOUT MODERN BAKERY MOSCOW
With 243 exhibitors and 15,000 trade visitors, the Modern Bakery Moscow is the most important information and contact platform for the Russian bakery and confectionery industry The fair covers the entire spectrum of the sector: from systems and machines, laboratory and measurement devices, refrigeration technology and air-conditioning, packaging technology and machines through baking ingredients, ready-made products, fast foods, ice-cream, pasta and pizza, right up to coffee shop design and shopfitting, distribution and sales as well as process optimisation. Every year, there is also a comprehensive and informative supporting programme that addresses current developments in the international and Russian market.

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