Alexander Sannikov, deputy director general of the enterprise, says: “We reckon to spur our sales in Russian regions.” BMZ is also planning to supply its products to Rostov and Krasnodar regions and searches opportunities to organize shipments to other regions in south Russia. Today the enterprise supplies to Russia about 35% of its export. As expected, opening of trading house in Moscow will boost supplies to Russia.
This year saw activation of BMZ in the markets of Georgia, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan. Besides, the plant administration visited USA and signed there a contract on sample shipment of spring wire for furniture companies.
Belarus metal works (BMZ) to open trading house in Moscow in 2006