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We are pleased to announce The III International Forum of Nuclear Industry Suppliers ATOMEX 2011 which is to take place on December 6–8, 2011 in the World Trade Center, Moscow.
The Forum Organizer is the State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM.
Today ROSATOM is implementing a large-scale program of building new reactors to Russian technologies both in Russia and abroad. This constitutes a massive order of the equipment and service orders for vendors in power machine engineering, construction, installation, machinery, and building materials.
The Forum is held to attract new suppliers of products and services required for construction of nuclear facilities and for expansion of interaction with existing ones.
The Forum will frame an international exhibition and conference.
Participation in the exhibition opens a unique opportunity for suppliers to demonstrate up-to-date specimens of their products and services directly to customers and specialists who are responsible for completeness and procurement in the nuclear industry. The Forum program includes a walkdown of displays by representatives of customers, technical specialists, designers, operating personnel of major organizations of the industry, including nuclear power plants.
At the same time, attending the Conference, the suppliers will have a rare opportunity of getting specialized information, expand their contacts as well as to focus their target audience on products and services provided by your company.
Traditionally, the Forum participants are Russian nuclear industry companies, suc as Atomstroyexport, Atomenergoproekt (Moscow), Atomenergoproekt (St. Petersburg), Fuel Company TVEL, Atomenergomash etc.
The event is organized by Atomexpo LLC and partnered by the State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom (Russia).
We will be pleased to accommodate you at the Forum of Nuclear Industry Suppliers ATOMEX 2011.
For participation of your company representatives, please, forward a filled out Agreement to the Forum Organizer, Atomexpo LLC not later than 1 November 2011.