Almaty (IP) – An extensive exhibition of Iranian goods has kicked off in Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Iran PressAsia: More than 60 Iranian companies from the food, chemical, steel, machinery, road and construction, mining, construction materials, textile and technical and engineering services industries have showcased their latest achievements for economic activists, investors and businessmen at the Almaty exhibition.

The Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran to Kazakhstan, Majid Saber, in an interview with the Iran Press reporter in Almaty, stated that Iran has good capabilities in various industries and these capabilities were displayed in the Almaty exhibition.

The representative of Shahid Bahonar Copper Industries Co., Alireza Ahmadikhah, told Iran Press about the objectives of attending the Iranian goods exhibition in Almaty, saying: "Kazakhstan has invested in the oil and gas industry, and we hope to export alloy pipes used in power plants, refineries and desalination plants to Kazakhstan."

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Farhad Hosseini, the export expert of an Iranian company that manufactures home and kitchen appliances, which produces more than 500 products and exports its products to more than 15 countries, including Kazakhstan, mentioned the purpose of attending the Almaty exhibition to strengthen customers.

Arak Machine Industry Company, which has 50 years of brilliant history in the field of oil refining, gas, petrochemical, thermal installations, bridges and metal structures and mining equipment, has a prominent presence in the Almaty exhibition.

The representative of Arak Machine Industry Company, Maryam Mehdizadeh, told Iran Press that the company is an industrialist and has participated in the exhibition to export its mining, oil and refining products to Kazakhstan.

The exhibition of Iranian goods, which commenced on Saturday, will be underway for three days in the exhibition center of Almaty, Kazakhstan.


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