The exhibition presented the latest technology relating to the design, construction, operation and security of nuclear power plants. The event aimed to promote a system of training personnel for the nuclear industry, with over 100 companies and organisations from four countries taking part. The Belarusian industrial complex was widely represented, with such giants of machine building as BelAZ, MAZ and Amkodor demonstrating their equipment.
The Prospects of the Nuclear Energy Industry in Belarus scientific and practical conference was also held as part of the exhibition, discussing issues of design, construction and secure operation of nuclear power plants.
Innovations in energy sphere won’t be ignored
Minsk hosts 3rd International Atomexpo-Belarus-2011 Specialised Exhibition and Conference