The international exhibition Agro-Pack Turkmenistan – 2023, focusing on food, packaging and agricultural products, will be held in Ashgabat from November 28 to 30. Turkmenistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Turkish company Sofuar Turkey jointly organized the exhibition. This event is a platform for businesses to introduce and promote agricultural products, while also facilitating business partnerships and collaborations in the food and packaging sector.
The international exhibition Agro-Pack Turkmenistan – 2023 will bring together companies from Azerbaijan, Germany, China, Moldova, Uzbekistan and Turkey representing related sectors. In addition, the organizers will create dedicated pavilions for the Netherlands, Russia and Iran. These pavilions will serve as designated spaces where exhibitors from these countries can primarily showcase their products and services in different sectors.
Besides foreign companies, many businessmen and companies from Turkmenistan are interested in participating in the international Agro-Pack exhibition. Ismail Enveroglu, representative of the Turkish company Sofuar, expressed optimism about the effectiveness of the event in his statement to the online publication Business Turkmenistan (BT). The anticipation generated and high expectations for the exhibition have highlighted its potential as a successful platform for engagement and business opportunities.
Enveroglu also noted that similar exhibitions have taken place in Uzbekistan and Iraq and have achieved great success. Previous experience strengthens the hope that the Agro-Pack exhibition will bring positive results. The exhibition venue will be the building of the Turkmenistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry on Chandybil Avenue in Ashgabat. This location was chosen to provide a practical and accessible space for participants and visitors to the exhibition.
You can also read it about in Business Turkmenistan website.
compiled by Guljan GARYAGDYYEVA,
teacher of the Arkadag City Secondary Vocational Training School
named after Berdimuhamet Annayev.