JSC “NPO VEI Elektroizolyatsiya” at ATOMEX 2017


On November 14, 2017 the heads of the company JSC “NPO VEI Elektroizolyatsiya” took part in the IX International Nuclear Suppliers Forum ATOMEX 2017 organized by Rosatom State Corporation to discuss pressing issues of procurement activities and to inform about new opportunities for suppliers, as well as presentations of innovative development and production of nuclear industry. The event was held with the support of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation, the All-Russian Public Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises “Opora Rossii” and JSC “Federal Corporation for the Development of Small and Medium Enterprises” in Moscow, Gostiny Dvor.

Within the framework of the Forum’s exhibition program, the management of JSC “NPO VEI Elektroizolyatsiya” was able to determine the degree of demand for its products and services and to analyze the Russian nuclear energy market represented by more than 100 research and production enterprises and organizations, among which the largest interest was caused by CJSC “PromServis” , JSC “Krasnoyarsk Machine Building Plant”, JSC “Ivotsteklo”, JSC “NIKIET”, JSC “ABS ZEiM Automation”, ABS Electro, OJSC “Tovarkovskiy plant of high-voltage valves”, OJSC “Relematika”, JSC “Scientific and Production Enterprise Spektr”, OJSC “Sintez NPF”, Spetsmash SPC, Dynamics SPC, MITO PCP, OJSC “Sensorika”, OJSC “SONEL”, OJSC “New Dispersed materials”, OJSC “TECHNO-AS” and others.

As part of the business program, the heads of JSC “NPO VEI Elektroizolyatsiya” took part in negotiations with potential business partners, discussing real prospects for scientific, technical and production cooperation.

For JSC “NPO VEI Elektroizolyatsiya” participation in the project of such a global scale is interesting first of all because Atomex is a unique business platform providing an opportunity for direct dialogue between suppliers and customers of the nuclear industry, as well as establishing effective business communications, since project statistics, more than 60% of participants are representatives of supplier companies, half of which are subjects of small and medium-sized businesses.