RAWI to Promote its Members’ Benefits Through New Web-Service



The Russian Association of Wind Power Industry is launching a new online service through which it will promote its members’ products and services. The association also plans to create new production and logistics chains to replace those that have ceased to exist due to the changes in the political and economic situation domestically and internationally.

Potential partners who need to produce raw materials and components for wind power plants, design and build power engineering assets, including wind farms, are interested in transport and logistics services, insurance or education services, or business connections in Russia and abroad can now find the necessary information about the companies and organisations that offer these services. For this purpose a special section has been created on the RAWI website. At the moment it is being actively filled in; members of the association are updating information about themselves. The service will enable visitors to start a dialogue with RAWI members and find the best business solution for any level of complexity.

The RAWI team believes that the launch of the new business networking service will strengthen the position of its members not only in the wind industry market, but also in the Russian market in general, introducing the capabilities of its members to a wider audience, and helping to attract new interested players from Russia and other countries to the wind industry market.

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