A round table held in the building of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Turkmenistan in Ashgabat brought together representatives of various ministries and agencies of Turkmenistan, as well as business circles of Germany.
Large German companies stand the development of cooperation and partnership with Turkmenistan to promote the trade and economic potential of the two countries.
One of such companies is Anton Ohlert GmbH & Co, a company specialized in the production of plastic products and building materials, as well as premium-class equipment for the food industry.
– In Turkmenistan, we see great opportunities for us. Together with our Turkmen colleagues, we would like to develop the agricultural sector and produce high-quality food products. You have people who want to produce, and we have equipment for this,” Georg Bettinger, Industrial Equipment Sales Director of the company, said.
Currently, the company supplies machines and equipment lines for the production and packaging of all kinds of confectionery, pastry, bread, as well as for packaging of flour, cereal, sugar, salt and other bulk products. In addition, very soon, a line for the production of plastic bags for dairy products packing like yogurt, ayran will be launched.
In this context, the director of the company held meetings with representatives of the Ministry of Agriculture and Environmental Protection and the Ministry of Construction and Architecture of Turkmenistan. As for the construction filed, Anton Ohlert GmbH & Co supplies machinery and complete equipment to produce concrete products, including reinforced concrete for home and industrial construction.
“We are also interested in working with the Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs of Turkmenistan. Our partners are both public and private,” Bettinger said.
As part of the visit, representatives of German business got acquainted with the activities of a number Turkmen companies specialized in construction and the food industry. The meetings with representatives of the Turkmen business are scheduled for tomorrow.