The Russian Association of Wind Power Industry has gained a new member with the logistics company NAWINIA joining the association in May, 2021.
NAWINIA was formed from the merger of several major logistics companies and has over 20 years’ experience in transport logistics, managing sophisticated business supply chains for clients across a range of industries.
“Our extensive experience in logistics and the drive to keep up with the digital world has enabled us to be the company of the future in logistics, while maintaining our traditions and values,” says founder and strategic development director of NAWINIA Rustam Yuldashev about the principles of work in the company.
The company emphasised that RAWI membership will enable it to share experience with leading Russian industry organisations, introduce new technologies, expand its geographic footprint and improve the quality of services.
“Membership in RAWI gives NAWINIA the opportunity to network with heads of leading companies from different sectors, to communicate effectively on market development issues, and to find new partners in the young and rapidly growing wind power industry. RAWI is a provider in the wind energy market, and we are delighted to have become even richer with the competencies and experts that the new company has brought to our family,” says RAWI Chairman Igor Bryzgunov.
NAWINIA currently employs over 200 people. Its major international clients include IKEA, Leroy Merlin, Toyota, Schneider Electric and others. The company has many awards and certificates, which confirm the company’s high professionalism and full compliance of the services rendered with international requirements.