Successful start of Expo Mongolia in 2015! 23rd to 25th March in Buyant Ukhaa Sport palace

Logo-Expo-Mongolia-rgb-2015From 23rd to 25th March 80 regional and international companies and institutions presented their latest products from industries like agriculture, infrastructure, construction, energy, mining and transport at Expo Mongolia trade fair and conference. The successor of Future Mongolia welcomed 2,153 professionals over the three days from Mongolia and surrounding countries.
The show was inaugurated by the Minister of Mongolia Ch. Enkhsaikhan, who expressed his confidence for improving foreign trade in Mongolia. Furthermore, the German ambassador Mr. Gerhard Thiedemann, the Czech Ambassador Mrs. Ivana Grolova, th State Secretary General of the Ministry of Energy of Mongolia Mr. Davaadorj Delgertsogt, and other officials contributed to the opening ceremony with short speeches and welcomed Expo Mongolia the leading international trade fair in the country.
Exhibitors using Expo Mongolia as a networking platform were able to forge relationships with local industry players, stakeholders and governmental institutions to enlarge their business in the resource rich country. Mongolia is a key future market for European and
Asian countries.
Long-standing bilateral relations give German exporters the opportunities to grow their business in East Asia. German know-how in fields like mining, construction, agriculture and medicine is greatly welcomed in Mongolia. German companies had the chance to attend the show with the support of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy and of the VDMA, the largest engineering associations worldwide. In total, 35 companies used this opportunity to make a step into the Mongolian market.
The high European interest was also demonstrated through the official participation of the Czech Republic. For the first time, the Czech Embassy in Mongolia and the trade agency Czech Trade organized a national pavilion, with five exhibitors in attendance tomark their inaugural year.
Alongside the exhibition, visitors used the conference to collect information about investment opportunities, mining and energy topics as well as remarkable national projects. Presentations were given by governmental bodies such as the Ministry of Energy, the Ministry of Mining, the Czech National Pavilion, by local institutions such as the Invest Mongolia Agency and the Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry and by international exhibitors.
The next edition of Expo Mongolia will be held in May 2016. For more information please visit