The event of the year for nuclear energy suppliers to be held 29-31 October in Moscow

The VI International Forum ATOMEX 2014 for suppliers from the nuclear energy industry will take place 29-31 October 2014 at the central exposition complex Expocenter in Moscow.

The forum aims to foster a competitive market for equipment and services in the nuclear energy industry, as well as to help industry suppliers and customers establish new professional ties and strengthen existing ones.

At the conference portion of the forum, participants will have the chance to discuss such topics as the development of the industry’s procurement system; delivery of equipment and services for implementing construction projects at Russia’s nuclear plants; quality assurance during delivery of equipment to sites utilizing nuclear energy; innovative equipment and technologies; and opportunities for small and medium enterprises.

An exhibit of nuclear industry suppliers will be organized for forum participants. The exhibition will also feature displays by the forum’s major customers, including Rosatom, TVEL, Kontsern Rosenergoatom, NIAEP-ASE, Atomenergomash, Atomenergoproekt, Atomproekt, among others.

ATOMEX is one of the largest venues where industry suppliers get the opportunity for direct and open dialog with customers. The forum provides a platform for showcasing innovative manufacturing and services, as well as a unique chance to establish potential professional contacts.

The ATOMEX 2013 International Forum hosted 634 delegates from 294 companies from Belarus, Germany, Spain, Russia, Ukraine, Finland, France, the Czech Republic, and Japan. Their exhibitions at the forum represented over 100 suppliers and customers from the nuclear energy industry. The forum served as a platform for 84 representatives of Russian and overseas companies to present their reports. Coverage of the forum in mass media publications was provided by 48 members of the Russian and international press.

More detailed information can be found here.

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