The cooperation of the Tashkent Metallurgical Plant with European partners is dynamically developing.
The delegation of Poland, who was in Uzbekistan as part of participation in the first international investment forum, visited the Tashkent Metallurgical Plant.
The meeting was attended by the Ambassador of Uzbekistan to Poland Bakhrom Babaev, the President of the Polish-Uzbek Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Poland – Piotr Kozlovsky, the Honorary Consul of Uzbekistan in Poland, the president of the logistics company “Swiat Pzsesilok” – Piotr Kocon, the head of the Polish IT company – Kamil Wegzhin.
A tour of the plant was organized for the guests, where they got acquainted with the technological capabilities for the production of modern competitive metal products.
Piotr Katson noted that he previously headed a transport company and, accordingly, has extensive experience in the field of logistics. He organized the visit of about 30 companies to Uzbekistan to get acquainted with the potential of cooperation with enterprises of Uzbekistan in such areas as food production, steel production, transport services and other areas.
In the format of an online conference, Interstal Polska was presented as a potential partner for TMZ to export products to Poland and other countries. Interstal noted that it is interested in purchasing galvanized coils from Uzbekistan, providing favorable prices and stable supplies.
The parties exchanged contact details and agreed on the prospects for further cooperation in the supply of TMZ products. And also taking into account the experience of Piotr Katson in the field of logistics, the Polish side offered to provide assistance in providing contacts of carrier companies to expand the circle of partners – transport companies for the transportation of TMZ products for export.
Piotr Kocon also said that upon arrival in Poland, a wide presentation of the plant for local specialists would be organized.
Such meetings are a very important step both for the Company and for the development of trade and economic relations between our countries.
We would like to thank the participants of the meeting and express hope for further mutually beneficial and fruitful relations.