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I International Fruit and Vegetable Fair in Tashkent

posted 17 Oct 2016, 10:59 by Webmaster Ambasciata

 

I International Fruit and Vegetable Fair will be held at JSC "Uzexpocentre" from 8 to 10 November 2016 in Tashkent. The fair is organized by the HC "Uzbekozikovkatholding", HC "Uzvinosanoat-Holding", the Association "Uzbekozikovkatzahira", JSC "Uzagroeksport" and LLC "Directorate of International fruit and vegetable fair."

The fair will allow the Uzbek companies to present their products, expand the geography, sales market of agricultural products and to find new foreign partners and for foreign participants - to find partners to establish the supply of fruits and vegetables in their markets.

At the International fruit and vegetables fair it is expected to involve more than 150 domestic suppliers and processors of fruits and vegetables from all regions of the Uzbekistan, representatives of relevant ministries, agencies and organizations that present their products, as well as the needed information for exporters and foreign buyers.

Particularly in exhibition halls, produced in Uzbekistan fresh, dried and processed fruits, vegetables, melons and legumes, as well as spices, will be presented.

Today big interest for local producers of fruits and vegetables are foreign processing and retail companies.

In order to establish cooperation links between local producers and foreign participants, negotiation zone will work in the pavilions of "Uzexpocentre", where suppliers will be able to hold direct talks with the representatives of foreign trade companies, in particular with the decision makers of procurement.

Also for foreign participants of the fair special tours of enterprises of fruit and vegetable processing, cold storage facilities, as well as extensive gardens will be organized.

The main purpose of the fair is:

- A wide introduction of vegetables, fruits, grapes and melons with unique qualities, as well as processed products produced in Uzbekistan to foreign partners;

- Establishing long-term and reciprocal partnership relations between the fruits and vegetables producers, processing enterprises and foreign companies-importers.

- Conclusion of contracts for the supply of fruit and vegetable products.

The Organizing Committee of the fair (Directorate of International fruit and vegetable fair) receives requests from representatives of foreign processing companies, retail companies, shopping and logistics centers to participate in the upcoming fairs.

Registration of participants will be held till 5th November 2016.

 

 

Press Service of Holding Company "Uzbekozikovkatholding"

 

Toshkentda I Xalqaro meva-sabzavot yarmarkasi

posted 17 Oct 2016, 10:59 by Webmaster Ambasciata

 

 

2016-yilning 8-10-noyabr kunlari Toshkent shahridagi «O‘zekspomarkaz» milliy ko‘rgazmalar majmuasida I Xalqaro meva-sabzavot yarmarkasi bo‘lib o‘tadi. Xalqaro yarmarka «O‘zbekoziqovqatxolding» XK, “O‘zvinosanoat-xolding” XK, “O‘zbekoziqovqatzaxira” assotsiatsiyasi, «O‘zagroeksport» AJ va «Xalqaro meva-sabzavot yarmarkasi» Direksiyasi MChJ tomonidan tashkil etilmoqda.

Yarmarka O‘zbekiston kompaniyalari uchun o‘z mahsulotlarini taqdim etish, eksport geografiyasini kengaytirish, qishloq xo‘jaligi mahsulotlarini sotish bozorlarini va yangi xorijiy hamkorlarni topish imkonini beradi. Chet ellik ishtirokchilarga esa, o‘z davlatlari bozorlari uchun meva-sabzavot mahsulotlarini yetkazib berish borasida hamkorlik aloqalari o‘rnatishga zamin yaratadi.

Xalqaro meva-sabzavot yarmarkasida 150 dan ortiq mahalliy meva-sabzavot mahsulotlarini yetkazib beruvchilar va qayta ishlovchilarning respublikaning barcha hududlaridan ishtiroki kutilmoqda, turdosh soha vazirlik, idora va tashkilotlarning vakillari o‘z mahsulotlarini taqdim etadi, bundan tashqari eksportyorlar va chet ellik xaridorlarga zarur bo‘lgan ma’lumotlar beriladi.

Xususan, ko‘rgazma pavilonlarida, O‘zbekistonda yetishtirilgan ho‘l, quritilgan va qayta ishlangan meva, sabzavot, poliz va dukkakli mahsulotlar hamda ziravorlar taqdim etiladi.

Bugungi kunda mahalliy meva-sabzavot yetishtiruvchilar uchun xorijda qayta ishlovchi va riteyl kompaniyalar katta qiziqish uyg‘otmoqdalar.

Mahalliy ishlab chiqaruvchilar va xorijiy ishtirokchilar o‘rtasida kooperatsiya aloqalarini o‘rnatish maqsadida “O‘zekspomarkaz” milliy ko‘rgazmalar kompleksi pavilonlarida muzokara maydonchalari faoliyat yuritib boradi, bunda tovar yetkazib beruvchi xorijiy savdo kompaniyalari, xususan xarid qilish bo‘yicha qaror qabul qiluvchi mutaxassislar bilan to‘g‘ridan-to‘g‘ri muzokaralar olib borishi mumkin.

Shu bilan birga, yarmarkaning xorijiy ishtirokchilari uchun meva-sabzavot mahsulotlarini qayta ishlovchi korxonalarga, sovutish komplekslariga va bundan tashqari intensiv bog‘larga, tashrif buyurishlari tashkil qilinadi.  

Yarmarkaning asosiy vazifalari:

- xorijiy hamkorlarni O‘zbekiston Respublikasining meva-sabzavot mahsulotlari yetkazib berish salohiyati bilan tanishtirish;

- meva-sabzavot mahsulotlari yetishtiruvchilar, qayta ishlovchi korxonalar va xorijiy import qiluvchi kompaniyalar o‘rtasida uzoq muddatli, istiqbolli va o‘zaro manfaatli munosabatlar o‘rnatish;

- meva-sabzavot mahsulotlari yetkazib berish bo‘yicha bitimlar tuzish.

Yarmarka Tashkiliy qo‘mitasi manziliga (Xalqaro meva-sabzavot yarmarkasi direksiyasi) xorijiy qayta ishlash korxonalari, riteyl kompaniyalar, savdo va logistik markazlar vakillaridan bo‘lajak yarmarkada ishtirok etish bo‘yicha arizalar kelib tushmoqda.

Ishtirokchilarni ro‘yxatdan o‘tishi 2016-yil 5-noyabrgacha davom etadi.

 

«O‘zbekoziqovqatxolding» xolding kompaniyasi Matbuot xizmati

I Международная плодоовощная ярмарка в г.Ташкенте

posted 17 Oct 2016, 10:58 by Webmaster Ambasciata


С 8 по 10 ноября 2016г. в г.Ташкенте в Национальном выставочном комплексе «Узэкспоцентр» состоится I Международная плодоовощная ярмарка. Организаторами мероприятия являются ХК «Узбекозиковкатхолдинг», ХК “Узвиносаноат-холдинг”, Ассоциация “Узбекозиковкатзахира”, АО «Узагроэкспорт» и «Дирекция Международной плодоовощной ярмарки».

Ярмарка позволит узбекским компаниям представить свою продукцию, расширить географию экспорта, рынок сбыта сельхозпродукции и найти новых иностранных партнёров, а зарубежным участникам – найти партнёров для налаживания поставок плодоовощной продукции на рынки своих стран.

На Международной плодоовощной ярмарке ожидается участие более 150 отечественных поставщиков и переработчиков плодоовощной продукции из всех регионов республики, представителей профильных министерств, ведомств и организаций, которые представят свою продукцию, а также необходимую экспортерам и зарубежным покупателям информацию.

В частности, в выставочных павильонах будут представлены производимые в Узбекистане свежие, сушёные и переработанные фрукты, овощи, бахчевые и бобовые культуры, а также специи.

Сегодня большой интерес для местных производителей плодоовощной продукции представляют зарубежные перерабатывающие и ритейл-компании.

В целях налаживания кооперационных связей между местными производителями и зарубежными участниками, в павильонах национальном выставочном комплексе «Узэкспоцентр» будут работать переговорные зоны, где поставщики смогут провести прямые переговоры с представителями зарубежных торговых компаний, в частности со специалистами, принимающими решения о закупках.

Вместе с тем для зарубежных участников ярмарки будет организован специальный тур на предприятия по переработке плодоовощной продукции, холодильные комплексы, а также интенсивные сады.

Основными задачами ярмарки являются:

– знакомство зарубежных партнеров с потенциалом Республики Узбекистан в сфере поставок плодоовощной продукции;

- установление долгосрочных, перспективных и взаимовыгодных отношений между производителями плодоовощной продукции, перерабатывающими предприятиями и зарубежными торговыми компаниями-импортерами;

– заключение контрактов на поставку плодоовощной продукции.

В адрес Оргкомитета ярмарки (Дирекция Международной плодоовощной ярмарки) поступают заявки от представителей зарубежных перерабатывающих предприятий, ритейл-компаний, торговых и  логистических центров на участие в работе предстоящей ярмарки.

Регистрация участников продолжится до 5 ноября 2016 года.

 

Пресс-служба Холдинговой компании «Узбекозиковкатхолдинг»

Uzbekistan has showcased sunny fruits and vegetables to the world

posted 6 Aug 2016, 08:33 by Webmaster Ambasciata

The first International Fruit and Vegetable Fair successfully wrapped up last week in Tashkent to most likely get the laurels of the region’s leading specialized event. There is a reason behind it, since today Uzbekistan ranks among ten leading exporters of fruits and vegetables. Uzbekistan Today reporters have assessed the capacity of the agricultural sector of Uzbekistan.

If we say that the first International Fruit and Vegetable Fair in Tashkent surprised representatives of international trade organizations, logistics companies, traders and businesses who came to Tashkent from more than 40 countries, means saying nothing. It was a phenomenal success! Even those who have got accustomed to the lifetime work with fruits and vegetables, walked in Uzexpocentre pavilions in amazement: during four days the fair was as if colored by a wild imagination of an impressionist.

Each region of Uzbekistan presented its unique exposition. The Bukhara representatives surprised the visitors with a carved palace and subtle carving on ... watermelons and melons. They were true Spanish caravels and medieval palaces. Samarkand artists showed various figures of animals and birds made from fruits and vegetables. Representatives of Khiva made a medieval city, and Surkhandarya masters carved a huge bunch of grapes and a fruit stream pouring from the jug out of the ordinary eggplant.

There was something interesting on the stand of each region, because representatives not just presented their tasty and useful products, but arranged them in a creative way. Most importantly, all the wealth and gifts of the Uzbek nature were not just a riot of colors, but exhaled a fragrance, which intoxicated and seduced even the most demanding visitors. It seemed fairly hard for foreign guests to resist from trying each exhibit.

Meanwhile, the entire lyric was backgrounded by serious economic projects, long-term contracts and many promising areas for cooperation. Uzbekistan annually grows about 18 million tons of fruits and vegetables, more than 4 million tons of which are exported. The numbers are expected to increase in the next five years: by the end of 2020 the agricultural sector intends to bring the fruit and vegetable production to 32 million tons.

During the fair, the Prime Minister of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev announced a new initiative, which is expected to help in promoting exports of fruits and vegetables. According to him, it is scheduled to launch an electronic trading platform for exports of fruits and vegetables in the second half of the current year. It will provide an opportunity to place orders and conclude export contracts for the supply of fresh and processed products online.

Experts see the e-market and IFVF as a unique mechanism for establishing beneficial cooperation and conclusion of direct long-term contracts with interested foreign partners. That would primarily promote the well-functioning, transparent and clear market conditions for the product supply, and eliminate the chain of intermediaries. At the same time, the Uzbek side will be able to collaborate with customers on export volumes, transportation and logistics.

The IFVF platform and its electronic version in the global network will make it possible to make contracts for at least five years, while generally, Uzbekistan builds on long-term strategic agreements for 15-20 years. Founded this year, the foreign trade company Uzagroexport is ready to process the guaranteed export of horticultural products in conformity with customer’s needs, as well as make long-term contracts for the supply of a wide range of products, including orders of foreign partners.

Local specialists currently actively negotiate with foreign partners on cutting cargo transportation cost in the direction of major outlets primarily through the provision of tariff privileges and preferences for transit shipping. Moreover, cargo carriers are provided with modern vehicle by successfully operating joint ventures with the German automaker MAN and the Japanese Isuzu.

The financial and technical cooperation has paved the way to dozens major and important ongoing projects on modernization and intensification of agricultural production, development of the horticulture sector, as well as to model projects on the production, storage, freezing, enhanced processing and building of an effective logistics infrastructure and export production. The portfolio of ongoing and drafted projects totals more than $1.5 billion.

By the end of 2020, Uzbekistan intends to bring the total storage capacity of fruits and vegetables up to 1 million tons. Today, there are more than 1,300 specialized storage facilities with a total capacity of simultaneous storage of more than 800,000 tons, run by progressive methods of product storage with integrated approach to sorting, packaging and calibration.

With new refrigeration chambers Uzbekistan intends to reduce the loss of fruits and vegetables by 10%. In the next five years the Uzbek side will draw more than $163 million of foreign investments and loans in the development of food industry, which is about 27% of all the funds estimated for the development of the industry.

New storage facilities will be established under standard trade and logistics centers, the construction of which will be invested by over $115 million. It is planned to build a total of 15 logistics centers, which will be evenly located throughout the country.

The forum has become a place of origination for another interesting initiative on the establishment of a large food transport and logistics center in the Bukhara region by the Chinese company Xinjiang Silu Changlong Investment. The Chinese investors are partnered by the regional administration and the Ministry of Economy of Uzbekistan. The Chinese company intends to invest $30 million, most of which will be channeled as a loan of China Eximbank.

There is a reason behind choosing the Bukhara region. For the current year, its administration has planned to grow more than 1.2 million tons of fruit and vegetables, potatoes, melons and grapes. That should be enough to not just fill the domestic market, ensure processing and seed, but also to scale up exports. So far, enterprises of the region export about 52,000 tons of agricultural products, while the demand is obviously much higher. Before the start of IFVF, they expected to sign export contracts for $58.7 million, but the amount exceeded $78.7 million in the first two days alone. Some foreign guests visited farms of their partners in Bukhara region to see intensive gardens and processing enterprises, and establish mutually beneficial cooperation.

The Chinese partners intend to build sorting and storage facilities, as well as four modern refrigerators. They will also build two plants with state-of-the-art production lines. The first company will focus on processing of fresh products of Uzbek farmers into jams, marmalades, preserves, pickles and other products. Another company will be engaged in meat and milk processing, and production of a wide range of sausage and dairy products.

In addition, the Chinese partners intend to launch their own packaging factory for plastic and cardboard containers, boxes and cases in line with all the market requirements of the CIS and European countries. They also plan to gradually establish their own agrarian base, build intensive gardens and greenhouses for all year round production. Consequently, they will their own car fleet. To this end, in the first phase of the project the company intends to purchase about 20 refrigerators by MAN factory in Samarkand.

China, Russia, CIS and EU countries are expected to become key consumers of food products processed and manufactured in the center. This choice is truly justified. Uzbekistan has recently commissioned a new electrified railway line Angren-Pap, which has provided a unique opportunity for businesses to reduce transportation costs. In the coming years the Uzbek side intends to fully electrify the road till the border with Kyrgyzstan, and built a line to China. Altogether, the sections will be incorporated into a pivotal traffic artery for the three countries, which is going to be a new competitor for the existing rail routes between Europe and Asia.

Incorporating over 45 companies, the O’zbekoziqovqatzahira Association has also outlined several export-oriented projects. Each of its enterprises is equipped with vegetable stores, refrigerators with the concurrent storage capacity from 200 to 3,000 tons. The total volume of refrigerating containers makes up about 68 tons, plus about 45,000 tons of ‘dry warehouses’. Latest technologies and equipment for fruit and vegetable storage have guaranteed the supply of products to the population in winter and spring, and expanded the deliveries abroad.

In order to increase exports to Russia and Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan opened three trading houses, which offer clean, delicious and healthy high-quality products under Food Uzbekistan and FAZO brands. To date, Uzbekistan has signed long-term export contracts for almost $120 million. Fruits and vegetables for $4.5 million were shipped already in June, and batches worth $2.2 million have been shipped in the first decade of July. Having studied the demand, some companies have started growing melons by themselves. For instance, PSM Group grows melons for export on 500 hectares. There is a good demand for these products in Russia, the Baltic countries and Scandinavia.

In the first two days of IFVF the foreign trade company Uzagroeksport signed export contracts for $382 million with the Iranian Pure Corporation, the China’s VSEE Corporation, the Chamber of Commerce and Trade of Dubai, the Indian Eco Green Group, and others. The Spanish company Lendel Media Solutions has signed a direct contract with Yuqoribogh Ne'matlari agrofirm of Urgench district for a weekly delivery of 30 tons of melons since October 1.

A total of 270 contracts on exports of fruits and vegetables have been signed at more than $2 billion at IFVF. Vegetables will make up 27% of exports, fruits - 25%, dried and processed products - 17.6%, legumes - 8.4%, and 2% of melons.

The Fair is over, but contracts are still signed. It will take at least a few weeks to calculate a total number of the projects signed, as many foreign partners are traveling across the country, studying the capacity of the suppliers and their products. At least one thing is clear today – the initiative has fully justified itself, so Uzbekistan anticipates not hundreds but most likely thousands of participants from all over the world for the next year IFVF to once again enjoy the variety of delicious and environmentally friendly Uzbek fruits and vegetables.

(Source: «Uzbekistan Today» newspaper)

Wide Demonstration of Results of Economic Reforms

posted 24 Jul 2016, 06:05 by Webmaster Ambasciata


The I International Fruit and Vegetable Fair ended at the UzExpoCentre in Tashkent.

The fair, held in accordance with the resolution of the President of our country Islam Karimov “On measures on organization and holding annual International Fruit and Vegetable Fair” from June 1, 2016, was organized by the ministries of Foreign Economic Relations, Investments and Trade of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Agriculture and Water Resources of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the holding company “Uzbekozikovkatholding”, the Association “Uzbekozikovkatzahira”, specialized foreign trade company “Uzagroeksport”.

According to the holding company “Uzbekozikovkatholding” during the fair were signed and concluded 270 contracts for the export of fruit and vegetable products valued at over 2 billion dollars. The vegetables will account for 27 percent of export products, grapes - 25%, fruits – 20%, dried and processed products - 17.6%, legumes - 8.4%, melons – 2%. Fair is over, but the signing of the contracts is ongoing.

The participants of the scientific-practical conference “The superiority of fruits and vegetables in Uzbekistan” conducted in the framework of the I International Fruit and Vegetable Fair, got acquainted with the climatic conditions, high consumer qualities of vegetables and gourds cultivated in Uzbekistan, the results of ongoing work in the field of modernization and diversification. The conference provided an opportunity to discuss and exchange views and experiences on the implementation and introduction of cost-effective technologies in the cultivation of fruit and vegetable and melon production, improvement of the system of processing and export of fruits and vegetables, products protection from diseases and pests, breeding and seed production, the use of water-saving technologies.

The agrarian sector of Uzbekistan is dynamically developed. Currently, this sector of the economy of our country makes a significant contribution to the country's gross domestic product and has a considerable share in exports. All of this - the result of wide-ranging economic reforms implemented under the leadership of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan. During the reorganization of economic industries, including fruit and vegetable sector and related processing industries, diversification and modernization, technical and technological renovation of production - great transformations in this sector were carried out.

Departments of fresh and dried fruits, citrus, vegetables, melons, legumes, nuts, spices, beverages, packaging technology, refrigeration, transport and logistics operated at the international fair. Production of fruit and vegetable sector of Uzbekistan has been widely represented in the exhibition of more than 170 companies from all regions of our country. They have demonstrated a wide range of fruits and vegetable products, and offered their services. The presentations of potential of the regions in the fruit and vegetable sector also were conducted.

Participation in the I International Fruit and Vegetable Fair of more than 300 business representatives from the United States, the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates, South Korea, Japan, Italy, France, Malaysia, India, Russia, Latvia, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Iran, Afghanistan, Kazakhstan and other countries once again illustrated the interest of foreign manufacturers and trading companies in cooperation with Uzbekistan.

According to the foreign participants, such effective cooperation is developed through favorable investment and business environment established in our country. Foreign investors and partners, working along with other sectors, in the agricultural sector, have been provided tax and customs benefits, other preferences that creates favorable conditions for the successful business managing in our country.

Participation of the many domestic manufacturers in the fair allowed to expand the scope of their partners. According to experts, the holding of International Fruit and Vegetable Fair creates for producers in Uzbekistan a good opportunity to establish direct business relations with foreign partners and increase the supply of our products to the world market.

In the framework of the event, participants visited the enterprises, farms, orchards in Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara, Khorezm, Jizzakh and other regions and familiarized with the results of reforms for the development of agriculture, the cultivation process of fruits and vegetables, a system of high-quality storage and packaging, preparation for export.

In short, this fair, initiated by the President of our country, contributes to the negotiation and the signing of contracts between entrepreneurs of our country and foreign partners, exchange of experiences, enhance the perspectives of cooperation, attract foreign investment, improve the export potential of Uzbekistan. 

International recognition of environmentally friendly horticultural products of Uzbekistan

posted 24 Jul 2016, 06:04 by Webmaster Ambasciata


Participants of the I International Fruit and Vegetable Fair have visited Andijan, Bukhara, Samarkand, Jizzakh, and other regions, where they got acquainted with the work on the development of agriculture, production and processing of agricultural products, improvement of the welfare of the population.

As a result of the fundamental reforms implemented under the leadership of President Islam Karimov on the formation of a socially oriented market economy, the expansion of the areas under food crops, the farm movement and the development of processing industry in our country - Uzbekistan in a historically short period of time has achieved food sovereignty.

In accordance with the resolution of the Head of our state “On measures on improving system of procurement and use of fruits, vegetables, potatoes and melons” from April 12 2016, the cultivation of agricultural products, its processing and export in our country are expanded.

Group members of the fair visited Fergana region. In “Fargona gusht-sut savdo” Ltd they familiarized with the cold storage rooms with a capacity of one thousand tons, intensive gardens of the “Fergana Fresh Fruits” on an area of 40 hectares, peach and apple orchards of the agricultural firm “Muyan” in Kuvasay, cold storage rooms with a capacity of 4 thousand tonnes in Altiarik district, region’s achievements in the field of food industry.

Representatives of the companies from Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Russia, participating in the fair, visited intensive orchards in Bayaut, Havast, Mirzaabad and Syrdarya districts of Syrdarya region.

About a dozen varieties of fruits and grapes, grown in the intensive method of “Ohalik oltin bogi”, the joint venture “Agromir Samarkand” attracted a great interest. The “Agromir Samarkand” from fruits and vegetables produces preserves, fruit juices and nectars. They are exported abroad.

International fruit and vegetable fair continues its work.

(Source: UzA)

Contracts for export of products are signed - Uzbekistan plans to increase capacities of cold storages up to 1m tonnes

posted 24 Jul 2016, 06:02 by Webmaster Ambasciata

Contracts for export of products are signed

The I International Fruit and Vegetable Fair, organized at the UzExpoCentre in accordance with the resolution of the President of our country Islam Karimov from June 1, 2016, continue its work.

Twenty-five years ago, needs of the population of Uzbekistan on the basic types of food, fruits, vegetables, meat and dairy products were provided by imports, and due to the attainment of independence, our country has taken place among the leading nations of the export of these products. This is best illustrated by the fact that more than 180 species of fruits, vegetables and processed products are exported to more than eighty countries, including the United States of America, Brazil, Vietnam, Indonesia, Cyprus, Macedonia, Malaysia, Mongolia, Norway, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Thailand, China and Japan. As a result of reforms implemented in the sphere volumes are increased and export geography is expanded.

The I International Fruit and Vegetable Fair is wide demonstration of the potential of our country in this direction. On the third day of the fair were conducted the presentations in order to further strengthen the relationship in this sphere and international cooperation, with a view to signing of new contracts and increase the export potential of our country. Foreign participants got acquainted with the achievements in agriculture and food industry of the representatives of the Republic of Karakalpakstan and regions, methods of cultivation of organic fruits, vegetables, melons and processed products.

The manager of the Lendel Media Solutions Sl (Spain) Raul Mir Coll noted that cultivated fruits and vegetables in Uzbekistan are significantly different from the same products grown in other countries, rich in natural sugars, amino and organic acids, useful microelements essential essential for human health and various biological substances essential in the diet. With the “Yuqoribog’ nematlari” agrofirm of Urgench district, the Lendel Media Solutions Sl signed a contract for a weekly supply of 30 tons of melons starting from 1 October.

For farms and farmers of Khorezm region this fair became productive. To date, they have signed contracts for 80 million dollars. Deputy Khokim of Khiva district Jasurbek Masharipov said that the "Agro Chinor" company signed a contract with the Russian company FinInvest Consulting SRL for the supply of nine thousand tons of fruits and vegetables, with the Djandildin SA company (Kazakhstan) for the export of products in the amount of 4 and half a million dollars.

Currently, Samarkand region exports products to almost forty countries. Bulungur, Samarkand, Tailak, Urgut and Jambay districts specialize in cultivating fruits and vegetables, the average annual yield of 3076 thousand tons. This figure includes - 1503 thousand tons of vegetables, 572 thousand tons of potato, 103.7 thousand tons of melon products, 522 thousand tons of grapes and other products.

At present, in the framework of the fair trade company “Uzagroeksport” signed contracts in the amount of 382 million dollars for the supply of fruit and vegetable products to enterprises-exporters in Europe, Asia and the CIS. Contracts were signed, in particular, with the company “Pure Corporation” (Iran), the “Vsee Corporation” (China), Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry (UAE), the “Eco Green Group” company (India).

More than two hundred organizations and farms-exporters operate in Jizzakh region. One of them is the “Baxmal Eksport” company. The company, which employs more than 170 workers, equipped with modern equipment. The enterprise is engaged in processing of products, this year built 35 hectares of vineyards. At the fair, “Baxmal Eksport” signed a contract for the export to India of mung bean.

According to the head of “Baxmal Eksport” Anvar Safarov, the fair contributes to increasing the export potential of companies and enterprises, working in the field, the definition of new perspectives. According to representatives of the region, taking into account the high demand of nuts in Bahmal abroad, it is planned to allocate 400 hectares to new walnut plantation and 100 hectares in Gallyaral, Zaamin and Farish districts. In the liberated from the grain area of the land of two thousand hectares it will be grown high-yield cauliflower, chili peppers and other crops.

The first International Fruit and Vegetable Fair continue.

(Source: UzA)

Uzbekistan plans to increase capacities of cold storages up to 1m tonnes

Uzbekistan is planning to increase total volume of cold storages, used for storing fruits and vegetables, up to 1 million tonnes by the end of 2020, chairperson of the board of Uzbekoziqovqatholding Odilhon Rustamov said.

He noted that currently there are more than 1,300 cold storages in Uzbekistan with a total capacity of simultaneous storage of more than 800,000 tonnes. These stores use progressive methods of storage of fruits and vegetables with an integrated approach to its sorting, packaging and calibration.

As a result of the creation of new facilities for the storage of fruits and vegetables, Uzbekistan will reduce losses of fruits and vegetables by over 10%.

Rustamov said that Uzbekistan also intends to create new warehouses as part of standard trade and logistics centers. He noted that Uzbekistan plans to build over 15 such centers for more than US$115 million.

(Source: UzDaily.com)

Fruit and vegetables of Uzbekistan are in high demand on the world market

posted 24 Jul 2016, 06:00 by Webmaster Ambasciata


The I International Fruit and Vegetable Fair kicked off at the UzExpoCentre in Tashkent.

The fair, held in accordance with the resolution of President Islam Karimov on measures to organize and hold the International fruit and vegetable fair on 1 June 2016, is organized by the ministries of foreign economic relations, investments and trade, agriculture and water management, “Uzbekoziqovqatholding” holding company, “Uzbekoziqovqatzahira” association, “Uzagroexport” specialized foreign trade company.

As was noted in the opening ceremony, thanks ti deep structural transformation in agrarian sector, carried out under the leadership of the head of state, such spheres as horticulture and viniculture have been intensively developing. The resolution of the President of our country “On measures to improve the system of procurement and use of fruit and vegetable products, potatoes and melons” on 12 April 2016 is an important guide to action in increasing the volumes of fruit, vegetable and melon crops, development of gardening.

From the first days of independence, concrete measures on developing agriculture, reforms of the sphere were determined in our country in order to ensure food security. Currently around 1 billion people are undernourished globally and the problems in this area are further exacerbating. In this regard,the life itself proves the correctness of the strategy, chosen by the head of state, to ensure food independence of Uzbekistan.

Uzbekistan, not coincidentally, became one of the 14 countries that have received awards for achieving the Millennium Development Goals in the area of food security by the Food and Agriculture Organization.

Organic fruits and vegetables, grown in our country, are rich in healthy microelements, various biological substances, essential in the human diet. The unique soil and climatic conditions of Uzbekistan, 320 days of sunshine a year, a succession of the seasons create favorable conditions for the cultivation of the main types of fruit and vegetables. Therefore, fruits and vegetables, grown on the generous Uzbek land, are in high demand abroad and highly competitive.

– The demand for fruits, grown in Uzbekistan, is extremely high on the world market, - says vice-chairman of the International nut and dried fruit council Pino Calkagni. –Over the past ten years, the export of dried fruits and nuts from Uzbekistan increased by 5 times. This line of food industry in the country has a great potential. I like the fruits, grown in Uzbekistan, especially raisins. The current fair helps to familiarize with all stages of production of fruits and vegetables in the country, reserves and a potential, introduce modern technologies, establish cooperation and exchange experiences.

Uzbekistan is one of top ten exporters of apricots, plums, grapes, nuts, cabbage and other fruits and vegetables in the world. Today, more than 180 kinds of fruits and vegetables and products, based on them, are exported to more than eighty countries, such as the USA, Brazil, Vietnam, Indonesia, Cyprus, Macedonia, Malaysia, Mongolia, Norway, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Thailand, China, Japan, and others. Thanks to progressive measures, implemented in the sector, the volumes are increasing and the geography of exports is expanding.

Annually, Uzbekistan produces over 17 million tons of fruit and vegetable products, including over 4 million tons for export. In particular, last year 12.592 million tons of vegetables and potatoes, 1.85 million tons of melon, 1 million 556 tons of grapes, 2.731 million tons of fruit were grown.

A special attention is paid to deep processing of agricultural products, development of storage infrastructure. In particular, last year 230 enterprises for processing agricultural products, 114 new cold stores with a capacity of 77 thousand 800 tons were created and modernized. The total capacity for storage of fruits and vegetables has increased to 832 thousand tons.

The international fair aims to familiarize the foreign partners with significant results, achieved in the agriculture and food industry in Uzbekistan, demonstrate organic fruit and vegetables, melons and various products, made on the basis of their processing, further strengthen local and international co-operation relations, find new partners, raise the export potential of our country.

The event was attended by representatives of international trade organizations, chambers of commerce, ministries and departments, specializing in agriculture, logistics companies for more than forty countries, including the US, UK, United Arab Emirates, South Korea, Japan, Italy, France, Malaysia India, Russia, Latvia, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Iran, Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, as well as enterprises of our country, operating in the field of agriculture.

The Forum provided an opportunity for talks between the businessmen of our country and foreign partners, facilitate the exchange of experience and definition of prospects of mutual cooperation, sign mutually beneficial agreements, attract foreign investment, analyze the trends of the world market and its prospects for development, and further increase the export potential of Uzbekistan.

Prime Minister of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoev spoke at the opening ceremony of the International fruit and vegetable fair.

(Source: UzA)

Agricultural sector potential of Uzbekistan

Participants of the I International Fruit and Vegetable Fair, organized at the UzExpoCentre in Tashkent, in accordance with the resolution of President Islam Karimov from June 1, 2016, have visited the enterprises and orchards of the capital and Tashkent region, where they got acquainted with the results of the reforms implemented for the development of agriculture, the process of harvesting, storage and packaging fruit and vegetable products.

As a result of the fundamental reforms carried out under the leadership of the President of our country aimed at further improving the social market economy, expanding the area for the cultivation of fruits and vegetables, the development of farmers' movement and processing industry, in a historically short period of time our country has achieved food sovereignty.

The resolution of the Head of our state “On measures on improving system of procurement and use of fruits, vegetables, potatoes and melons” from April 12, 2016 serves as an important guide to action to further increase the volume of harvesting of fruit and vegetable and melon products, development of horticulture and enhance the export potential of our country.

Participants of the fair familiarized with the process of high-quality storage of fruit and vegetable products and preparation them for sendigng to export in the “Gold Dried Fruits” company and the “Ekoagroprodukt” farm in Tashkent region.

The “Gold Dried Fruits” company, founded in 2013, is specialized in producing dehydrated vegetables and spices. The company, which employs more than a hundred people, is able to process 120 tons of raw materials per day. 90 percent of products of the company are exported.

The “Gold Dried Fruits” company also cultivates a variety of fruit on an area of 400 hectares in Yangiyul district and vegetables on 200 acres in Pskent district of Tashkent region. Vegetables are grown in modern hothouses.

According to the general director of the company Murodjon Valiev, at the company established advanced technology from China, Germany, Belgium and other countries. With the help of these equipments are dried, frozen and packed more than 20 kinds of vegetables, and more than ten kinds of vegetables and melons, various herbs. During the current year, the company has exported cherry to South Korea, dried fruits to Moldova, fruit and vegetable products to Russia.

The leading expert of the company “Caravan of XXI century” Oksana Chernova (Belarus) noted that dried fruits from Uzbekistan are in great demand in Belarus. Now, there are negotiations in progress with the “Gold Dried Fruits” company for the purchase fresh fruit. At the “Ekoagroprodukt” farm in Yukorichirchik district of Tashkent region on an area of 137 acres with the use of intensive technologies are cultivated apples, peaches, cherries, apricots, plums and pears.

The orchards of farm are irrigated by the drip method, which allows saving almost twice water. The mixture of water and fertilizer is adjusted exactly to the roots of the seedlings, which increases productivity and prevents soil erosion. These technologies have aroused great interest among the participants of the international fair.

Chief Counsel of the South Korean company "Roc International" Lee Myung Jai praised the quality and taste of apples, pears and peaches, cultivated in the orchards of farm, and arranged for their direct purchase.

On the same day at the Uzexpocenter was conducted the international scientific-practical conference titled “The benefits of fruit and vegetable products in Uzbekistan”. It was attended by scientists and researchers of our country and representatives of international organizations.

Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Water Resources of the Republic of Uzbekistan B.Sulaymonov, the Regional Director of the Central and South Asia office of the World Vegetable Center Warwick Easdown and others noted that in Uzbekistan special attention is given to the creation and cultivation of early maturing, high-yielding and productive varieties of fruits and vegetables, as well as the introduction of environmentally sound technologies.

At the conference were heard reports on high consumable characteristics of grown in Uzbekistan vegetables and melons, the results of ongoing the industry modernization and diversification. It was noted that in our country over the past three years have been created 23.5 thousand hectares of new vineyards, 17.4 thousand hectares of vineyards with low yields were completely renovated. By scientists of the Research Institute of Horticulture, Viticulture and Wine-making named after the Academician M.Mirzaev were created more than 40 high-yielding varieties of fruit trees and vines. Breeders of the Uzbek Research Institute of Vegetable, Melon Crops and Potato have bred 41 varieties of vegetable crops, 5 varieties of melon crops and 6 varieties of potatoes, which have high productivity and resistance to diseases.

International experts emphasized that Uzbekistan has great potential to further increase the export of fruits and vegetables, and the I International Fruit and Vegetable Fair is a good opportunity to explore this potential, exchange of views and reach mutually beneficial agreements.

At the conference were also discussed the issues of the widespread introduction of modern technologies for the cultivation of fruit and vegetable and melon production, improvement of processing and export, protection of crops from diseases and pests, the development of breeding and seed production, the use of water-saving technologies.

The International Fruit and Vegetable Fair continue.

(Source: UzA)

International fruit and vegetable fair kicks off in Tashkent - Uzbekistan to double production of fruits, vegetables by 2020

posted 24 Jul 2016, 05:57 by Webmaster Ambasciata


First International fruit and vegetable fair started in the capital city of Uzbekistan on 12 July 2016, which is organized on the initiative of the President of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov.

Prime Minister of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyayev said at the opening ceremony that the fruit and vegetable fair is organized for the first time in Central Asia.

He said that representatives of foreign fruit and vegetable processing and trading companies, international trade organizations, chambers of commerce, ministries and departments of agriculture sector, logistics companies are attending the event. Overall, over 300 foreign guests are attended the fair, he said.

Shavkat Mirziyayev underlined that it is planned to organize two-day event, but on the request of the foreign partners the fair was extended for two more days.

The main purpose of the fair is to raise awareness among foreign processing and trading companies of the enormous, unique for their consumer properties the potential of environmental friendly fresh vegetables, fruits, grapes and melons, as well as ready products, produced in Uzbekistan.

The fair presents fruits and vegetables produced in all regions of Uzbekistan. In the fair, the foreign companies can familiarize with the products, manufactured in Uzbekistan, and sign contracts for supply of the Uzbek goods.

The fair participants also will receive chance to familiarize with investment opportunities in agriculture and food industries of Uzbekistan.

Round tables and bilateral negotiations between the exporters and consumers of the Uzbek fruit and vegetable products will be organized within the fair framework. The participants of the fair will also visit agriculture enterprises, cold storage warehouses, etc.

(Source: UzDaily.com)

Uzbekistan to double production of fruits, vegetables by 2020

Uzbekistan plans to increase production of fruits and vegetables up to 32 million tonnes by 2020, the Prime Minister of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyayev said in the opening ceremony of International Fruit and Vegetable Fair on 12 July.

Speaking at the opening of the fair, Shavkat Mirziyayev underlined that Uzbekistan annually produces 16 million tonnes of fruits and vegetables. He said that the volume will at least double by 2020.

At the same time, he recalled that Uzbekistan produced up to 6 million tonnes of raw cotton a year. He said that Uzbekistan cut raw cotton production up to 3 million tonnes a year and used freed land to production of food crops, including grain, vegetables and fruits.

Uzbek Prime Minister underlined that during independence years, the volume of production of vegetables rose eight times, fruits – five times, melons – 8 times and grapes – 9 times.

He said that currently there are over 160,000 farmers in Uzbekistan, who supply fruits and vegetables to internal and external markets.

Shavkat Mirziyayev stated that creation of cold refrigerators will also help to increasing production of fruits and vegetables. According to him, currently there are over 1,300 cold storages with total capacity of over 800,000 tonnes for simultaneous storage.

He added that it is planned to reconstruct and construct another 197 cold storage for fruits and vegetables with total cost of over 100,000 tonnes.

Uzbekistan produced 12.59 million tonnes of vegetables, including potatoes, in 2015, as well as 1.85 million tonnes of melons, 1.55 million tonnes of grapes and 2.73 million tonnes of fruits.

(Source: UzDaily.com)

International cooperation

Korea to build new terminal at international airport in Tashkent

July 11 saw the exchange of verbal notes on the agreement between the government of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the government of the Republic of Korea on the development of a feasibility study for the construction of a new international passenger terminal of the airport of Tashkent.

The document, which came into force after the exchange of notes through diplomatic channels, is aimed at implementing the provisions of the Protocol discussions, signed on October 5, 2015 between the National Airline "Uzbekistan Airways" and the Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA). On the basis of analysis of market conditions, infrastructure requirements, the needs of passengers, cargo and other parameters, it provides for the development of the plan for the construction of a new international passenger terminal of the airport of Tashkent.

(Source: UzReport.uz)

Society

Uzbekistan: Modern standards of joint-stock management

Advancing forward towards the aims that the Uzbek model of building a market-oriented economy stipulates, the Republic of Uzbekistan doesn’t stop at what has been accomplished. The Republic is striving for the achievement of new heights in all spheres of activity, taking advantage of up-and-coming methods, technologies and progressive international experience. The field of corporate management has also received its portion of attention.

As is generally known, that the efficiency with which enterprises perform, as well as their economic and financial state directly depend on the quality of corporate management. And it is necessary, in this sense, to mention the role of state policy in the development, support and improvement of this sector through the approval of corresponding regulatory and legislative documents.

Let’s take, as a telling example, the Presidential Decree, “On measures to introduce modern methods of corporate management at joint-stock companies”.  Signed on April 24th, 2015, the document is designed to create auspicious conditions for the broad attraction of foreign direct investments, to achieve a dramatic increase in the efficiency of activity carried out by joint-stock companies, to ensure their transparency and attractiveness for potential investors, to inculcate advanced methods of corporate management and, last but not least, to strengthen the shareholders’ role in strategic management of their companies. Additionally, the Decree in question identifies the main directions for the field’s further development and approves the Program of measures to radically perfect the country’s corporate management system. In the first place, the document has launched the introduction of international corporate ethics of management in Uzbekistan. In particular, the Presidential Decree sealed measures to carry out the attestation of leaders of joint-stock companies with a share of state-owned assets in their capital, for the purpose of revealing how they can use modern methods and principles of corporate management and marketing, as well as information-communication technologies – in a real corporate management environment.

Summing up the results of 2015 and determining a number of priorities for the current year, the Uzbek president highlighted in his report the outcome of complete stock-taking performance at all joint-stock companies operating in the country these days. As a consequence, it was decided to wind up the activities of 462 joint-stock companies, or 43 per cent of their total number, or to re-organize them in some other organizational-legal forms. What’s more, a new standard structure of a joint-stock company and a classifier of posts and professions, containing 566 new categories, have been worked out and approved.

As a result of the attestation carried out across the country’s joint-stock companies, only 49 per cent of 721 officials have been attested, each third leader was attested conditionally, and 20 per cent, or each fifth leader, was recognized as not corresponding to the posts they filled.  It was emphasized that it is necessary to enlist the cooperation of new, progressively-thinking, highly-qualified individuals, who fully meet these high requirements, as well as experienced foreign managers. 

While approbating innovative methods of business-process management, the wealth of experience accumulated in other countries of the world is studied and adopted. Thanks to the active participation of the European School of Management and Technologies (Germany), the Research-Educational Center for Corporate Management has been set up in Uzbekistan. Enlisting the services of the teaching staff and professors from the leading educational establishments of Germany and other developed economies, refresher courses are organized in the Republic, which are capable of admitting more than 160 leaders of indigenous joint-stock companies, banks and biggest enterprises, half of whom has already worked on probation at German enterprises.

One should also mention another important document – the Code of Corporate Management approved in February of the current year. It is intended to serve as a collection of recommendations for all joint-stock companies that go over to the international standards of transparent activity and those companies, which are determined to raise the director corps’ responsibility and to reinforce the role of minority shareholders in the enterprise management process.

At this stage it is worth pointing out that alongside these regulatory-legal documents designed to speed up the development and improvement of corporate management, the following documents have been approved: the Law, “On joint-stock companies and the protection of shareholders’ rights” (as amended), and the Resolutions of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan , “On measures to organize the activity of the Center for Privatization, Demonopolization and Competition Development of the Republic of Uzbekistan” dated June 11th, 2013 and “On organizational measures to ensure the efficient activity of the Research-Educational Center for Corporate Management” dated October 27th 2015.

That said, the measures taken in Uzbekistan to inculcate more efficient forms of management represent the consistent and thought-out steps to further liberalize the market-oriented economy by means of reformation, restructuring and diversification of the national economy. It goes without saying that they will boost the entrepreneurial activity, the attraction of overseas investments and an economic growth of the Republic of Uzbekistan at large.             

(Source: «Business partner.uz» newspaper)

About International Fruit and Vegetable Fair

posted 11 Jul 2016, 07:26 by Webmaster Ambasciata

12-14 of July 2016 at the National Exhibition Complex "Uzexpocentre" in Tashkent will be held "1st International Fruit and Vegetable Fair".

The fair will be attended by representatives of foreign processing and trading companies,international trade organizations,Chamber of Commerce, ministries and departments of agriculture sector, logistic companies from around 40 foreign countries,as well as domestic producers and processors of fruit and vegetable productions, etc.

The organizers of the fair are the "Uzbekozikovkatholding" HC, "Uzagroexport" JSC and "Directorate of International fruit and vegetable fair" LLC together with "Uzbekvinosanoat-holding" HC and the Association "Uzbekozikovkatzahira".

At the fair will be attend more than 150 representatives of local organizations, agencies, logistics companies, and others. In particular, about 100 exporters of fresh and processed fruit and vegetable products.

The main purpose of the organization and holding of the fair is to raise awareness among foreign refining and trading companies of the enormous,unique for their consumer properties the potential produced in Uzbekistan ecologically fresh vegetables, fruits, grapes and melons, also completed good quality product of their industrial processing.

The main purpose of the fair:

Formation of an effective, of clear, responsible to modern international standards and requirements of the market mechanism of promotion to foreign markets of fresh and processed fruit and vegetable products;

Creation of favorable conditions and assistance in finding partners andthe conclusion of contracts between them for the supply of fruits and vegetables,formation of a system of stable long-term cooperative relations between the producers of fruits and vegetables,processing enterprises and foreign companies- world famous importers of marketing structures;

Analyzing trends and prospects of the world market of fruits and vegetables;

Informing of domestic producers and processors with a view to targeting them for production in steady demand on foreign markets;

Formation of orders for the next year and the medium term.

The Fair includes the following sections:

Introduce of foreign partners with the producers of fruits and vegetables of the Republic of Uzbekistan;

Establish a long-term, perspective and mutually beneficial relations between the producers of fruits and vegetables processing enterprises and foreign companies-importers;

Signing contracts for the supply of fruit and vegetables;

Presentation of investment opportunities of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the agricultural and food industries.

During the fair will be organized "round tables" and bilateral negotiations between the exporters and consumers of Uzbek fruits and vegetables,organizing attendance of the intensive orchards,enterprises for processing of fruits and vegetables, refrigeration systems for the participants of the fair, and others.

Also, fair participants can visit the objects of the material and cultural heritage of different epochs and civilizations, including those on the list of UNESCO World Heritage historic centers like Bukhara, Khiva, Samarkand and Shakhrisabz.

About possibilities of our country in the field of production and exports for high-quality and competitive fruit and vegetables.

Uzbekistan has the highest agricultural resource potential and produces more than 17.0 mln. tons of fruits and vegetables per year.Of these, more than 4.0 million tonsare being exported. The volume of fruit and vegetable products manufactured in the country, allow to provide not only the needs of the population of the republic, but also to deliver high quality products to foreign markets.

Due to the unique taste of Uzbek fruit and vegetables,as well as the full support of manufacturers and exporters,its exports increased both in quantity and in value terms every year, and the export geography comes to expand.

Fresh and dried grapes, pomegranates, cherries, melons, watermelons, apricots, peaches, plums and apples, tomatoes, onions, cabbage, as well as many other kinds of fruits and vegetables are being grown in the fertile soil of Uzbekistan are in popular demand in the external market.

The growth of the value of exports for fruit and vegetables regarding to its volume is a testament to the high quality of products produced in Uzbekistan, as a result the increasing demand for it on the world market.

As a result, the increasing of fruit and vegetable production the productive capacity for their processing and export of it are being expanded. They are fruit concentrates, fruit and vegetable purees and paste, marinades, frozen and dry products as well.

In 2015 Uzbekistan produced 12,592,000 tons of vegetables and potatoes, 2.731 million tons of fruit, 1.850 million tons of melon products, 1.556 million tons of grapes. These figures indicate a high export potential of our country.

It should be noted the expansion of geography of export for fruits and vegetables. Since independence, the fruits and vegetables of the republic were supplied to more than 100 countries worldwide.

Uzbekistan with confidence ahead of such traditionally large suppliers such as Poland, China, Spain, Argentina, Morocco, South Africa and Italy in terms of volume of exports of fruit and vegetables to the Russian Federation.Earlier the republic traditionally supplied fruits and vegetables mostlyto Russia and Kazakhstan, in recent years, the demand for domestic products has grown significantly both in the markets of Europe and Asia.

Only in the last 5 years the geography of export deliveries has been expanded to Norway, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Brazil, Cyprus, Macedonia, USA, and others.

Uzbekistan strictly enforced agro-technical techniques to get products on the content in it of nitrates, pesticides, heavy metals below the maximum allowable concentration for growing fruits and melons.

The largest volume of export nomenclature accounts for items such as grapes, melons, tomatoes, pomegranates, herbs, cabbage, apricots, beans, peaches, cherries, cucumbers, beans, mung bean, dried grapes, walnut, and others.

In order to stimulate increasing production of export products and support domestic export enterprises, creating favorable conditions for the expansion of business scale, the active participation of small businesses in increasing the country's export potential "Uzagroexport" was found by The Resolution of President of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

The company's main activities are aimed at increasing the volume and range, as well as the geography of export demand in the competitive international markets of fresh and processed fruit and vegetable products in Uzbekistan.

At the same time, the company conducts market research situation on global and regional markets for fruits and vegetables and promote products from Uzbekistan for export, as well as to seek new markets.

"Uzagroexport" will also develop the material and technical base of its member companies and organizations with foreign investments and implementing a modern system of logistics to promote the products for export and pre-export organization of its preparation.

The structure of "Uzagroexport" includes trade and logistics centers, trade and procurement base and refrigeration warehouse on the harvesting, storage, calibration and sorting of fresh produce, trading houses and representative offices abroad, enterprises for the production of packing products for food, transportation and specialized logistics company, and the center of the quality management system and standardize the "Food laboratory".

In general, given the existing huge potential of the fruit and vegetable sector and the measures taken to support and develop the industry, Uzbekistan could become a major exporter of high-quality fresh and processed fruits and vegetables in the world in the future.

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