ACEX Alliance Took Part in TransRussia
Representatives from key Russian regions: Moscow, St. Petersburg, Samara, Yekaterinburg, Rostov-on-Don, Novorossiysk, as well as from the Baltic states - Latvia and Estonia, held negotiations at the ACEX Alliance stand.
During three days of the exhibition, more than 500 negotiations with partners and clients were held and more than 1000 people visited the stand. This year, the organizers used the system of meetings appointment, which allowed to meet with representatives of specific companies from the business areas of interest of the exhibitor.
Miroslav Zolotarev, the Board Director of ACEX, met with partners from Russia, Hungary, China, Japan and other countries of the world. Among the visitors of the stand there were journalists from various media, including RBC, Sea Ports, Logistics, Innovations of Transport, GUDOK, Interfax and others.
In the opinion of TransRussia participants, the exhibition is an optimal platform for creating new projects, discussing the current business and developing new services to provide a competitive offer to the client.
"I participate at the exhibition as an exhibitor for the first time," Anton Subbotin, an expert on railway transportation of RusTrans, ACEX member in Moscow, shares his impressions. - For us, this is an excellent opportunity to develop business in areas that are not yet represented. I managed to reach the necessary agreements with the Chinese railways, since there is a need to transport the goods to/from China. I also held negotiations with the Iranian railways representatives".
"In general, the exhibition was useful from the point of getting contacts of potential partners," says Alexander Kovalev, ACEX Estonia sales manager. – I discussed new opportunities for oversized transportation with partners in Vladivostok. This is a cognitive and useful event for meeting with colleagues."
"I noticed that the exhibition is becoming more railways oriented," says Denis Bobrakov, head of ACEX in Novorossiysk. "There were few cargo owners on the site, nevertheless, sometimes there were direct hits on my service or on the service of my colleagues at the stand."
"The exhibition is getting smaller every year. There are less forwarding companies; mostly railways and ports exhibit their stands. There are practically no aviators, - the head of ACEX in Rostov-on-Don Maria Moskvicheva shares her impressions. - For me, the event is useful because I can expand my capabilities to offer additional services to customers. Our direct customers are not present at this exhibition, as we offer a regional service, but it was important to support the image of ACEX. "
More than 380 companies from 26 countries attended the exhibition. Companies from Belarus, Germany, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Finland and Estonia were presented by national expositions.National expositions of Iran and Mongolia were presented for the first time.
TransRussia was visited by 16 652 specialists - representatives of production and trade enterprises, transport and logistics companies.
The international exhibition TransRussia is the largest exhibition of transport, logistics and technologies in Russia. TransRussia is the largest industry platform for a wide range of representatives of the transport and logistics market, which set tasks to optimize the process of cargo transportation, as well as a tool for finding profitable business partners and service providers for more than 20 years.