On September 11, New Delhi (India) hosted the Belarusian-Indian business forum. The event is timed to the visit of the President of the Republic of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko scheduled for September 12. According to BelTA news agency, the Belarusian delegation included Government members, Ministers of various sectors, CEOs and professionals from various Agencies, a number of Belarusian enterprises and Companies.
The Indian side was represented at the event by several dozens of CEOs and representatives of Indian companies operating in such areas as pharmaceutics, food industry, trade and investments, export and import operations, implementation of infrastructure projects, petrochemicals, information technologies and services, healthcare, financial services, mining sector, engineering, wood processing, education, biotechnology, etc.
SkyWay project designing organization having business interests in India was represented at the forum by the Chairman of the Board of Directors, General designer Anatoly Yunitskiy and Deputy General Director for development Victor Baburin, who made a report to the participants of the event. Signing of a number of agreements is expected at the end of the visit.
The prospects and development strategy of SkyWay transport in the region, previously explained by Victor Baburin in an interview to the news service of the Company, were reflected in the report on the event published by the newspaper Financial Express. Here is the whole publication to your attention.
SkyWay Technologies Co. will participate in the India–Belarus business forum in New Delhi organized by the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in cooperation with the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry. The event is scheduled for September 11, 2017. Talks on the expansion of economic ties between the two countries and discussions of bilateral business cooperation between Indian and Belarusian venturers are to be held within the forum’s framework. The company’s representatives will come as a part of the Belarus official delegation. During the forum, a number of documents are expected to be signed, including the Memorandum of Understanding with the state of Maharashtra.
India’s population is second in the world only to China, but the country has surpassed the rest of the world in the pace of economic growth. For instance, at the end of the financial year its GDP growth is to reach 7.6% against 6.9% in China, booming investments and demographics, as well as falling oil prices being beneficial for India. However, this rapid growth has brought about new problems and aggravated the already existing ones, as the transport infrastructure development falls behind the average pace of the state.
“We came to India in order to help the country speed up. We offer affordable and efficient transportation systems, which can raise the country’s transport infrastructure development to a new level in a short time. Now the SkyWay technology is at the final stage of certification and hence our declarations have profound grounding. We have proved in practice that the transportation solutions we offer can be cheaper, safer and faster than anything else other companies do on the market. Our main trump card is manufacturability. We build simply and reliably. Besides, the SkyWay technology has practically no restrictions on terrain and landscape or at sea. We are sure that we have exactly what India really needs today” – Victor Baburin, the SkyWay Technologies Co. Deputy General Director for Development, comments on the company’s goals in India.
The SkyWay technology meets the needs of the country more than the rest do, since it has the following key advantages over other transport systems that create more problems than they actually solve:
The company’s footing is unique, as it raises no opposition providing affordable services in the areas, which have been mostly neglected so far, such as:
The SkyWay project’s marketing strategy also envisages collateral advantages for the Indian state whilst bringing innovation transport and infrastructure network into the country, namely: engaging India’s production facilities, raw material base and labour force, planning to organize the SkyWay rolling stock assembly in the country’s territory. Apart from offering solutions of tomorrow, it will also bring in new scientific knowledge creating new high-skilled jobs thus facilitating employment and hence contributing to the country’s economic growth way more.
Meanwhile representatives of the Project designing organization and accredited certification Agency started to conduct acceptance testsand the final stage of certification of SkyWay transport rolling stock in the center of practical implementation of SkyWay innovations EcoTechnoPark.
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