THE ANALYTICAL GROUP OF THE AKIT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION WORKS IN THE REPUBLIC OF BASHKORTOSTAN TO IDENTIFY IMPORT-SUBSTITUTING PRODUCTS
The analytical group of the AKIT of the Russian Federation is working in the Republic of Bashkortostan to identify import–substituting projects according to the new methodology of the Association - a model of the work of a specialized organization of an industrial cluster in terms of searching for new import-substituting projects. As part of the trip, the Association's employees hold meetings with industrial enterprises that are currently members of industrial clusters.
"The investment strategy of enterprises is being studied for the availability of investment projects for the development of new industrial products. If such products meet the criteria (are in the import substitution plan) or are in the list of critical components, we determine the consumer of products from among the cluster participants and organize work on the preparation of documentation," comments Evgeny Kravchenko, Deputy Director of the AKIT of the Russian Federation for design and analytical work.
If such a project is not defined, enterprises provide information about the products that they also import – after receiving the necessary information, the analytical group of the AKIT of the Russian Federation conducts monitoring among other industrial enterprises that can become potential suppliers both within the region and from other subjects of the Russian Federation.
Following the results of the first day of work in the Republic of Bashkortostan, the analytical group of AKIT of the Russian Federation visited four enterprises: Sakura LLC, Fastlaser LLC, Technoprom LLC, Grain Company LLC. The identified import–substituting projects are the production of LED headlights, PVC window profiles and machines for the production of furniture products.
As part of the work of the analytical group of the AKIT of the Russian Federation, a meeting with the business community of the region and a visit to 20 more industrial enterprises are planned.