15. 6. 2020  |  News

Specialized workshop of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic and ČSOK

The workshop was organized by the Department of Raw Materials Policy in cooperation with the Department of Foreign Economic Policies I, the Department of Foreign Economic Policies II and the ČSOK Chamber of Commerce. The workshop was attended by the management of the Czech Extraction and Mining Technology and representatives of private companies in the sector.

The aim of the workshop was to inform Czech companies about specific projects and subcontracting opportunities, especially in the areas of exploration, mining and processing of minerals in the region of Central and South Asia (glassworks, ceramics, refineries, molten rocks, aggregates, phosphates, brickyards, prefabricated buildings, abrasives and more). ). Representatives of the Ministry of Industry and Trade informed about upcoming events (international conferences, incoming missions and outgoing missions within the PROPED project to the territories of Central and South Asia, planned top visits from / to the territory, intergovernmental and mixed commissions, etc.

 

Main speech about  the preparation and implementation of an international professional conference which will take place on 2 December 2020 at the Ministry of Industry of the Czech Republic under the auspices of Minister of Industry and Minister Karel Havlíček for 9 Central Asian representatives ambassadors and specialists in geology, mining and mineral processing, was held by the president of CSOK Jiří Nestával. Since the beginning of the year, the Chamber of Commerce has gradually started working trips to all countries of the Central Asian region. This visits were focused on negotiating with line ministries about their participation in the conference. The December meetings in Prague will be followed by specialized missions associated with participation in trade fairs in individual countries of the region.

 

he region has significant resources of minerals, especially oil, natural gas, gold, non-ferrous metals, uranium, non-metallic and construction raw materials. The construction and modernization of the mining and transit system of mineral resources creates opportunities for Czech suppliers of appropriate technologies. Considerable emphasis is placed on the processing of raw materials in the countries. The local energy infrastructure is obsolete and needs to be modernized. For Czech companies, in addition to opportunities directly from the sector of exploration, mining and processing of minerals, there are also a number of opportunities in the ongoing modernization of existing coal-fired power plants, reconstruction and construction of small or medium-sized hydropower plants, construction of new boilers. These are mainly potential deliveries of electrical products, pumps, turbines, special steel pipes, valves, filters, equipment for power plants, transmission systems and transformer stations. There is also room for the supply of technologies for other alternative and renewable energy sources.

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