On Wednesday, May 31, on the second and final day of the working visit to Iran, the National Leader of the Turkmen people, Chairman of the Halk Maslakhaty of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov visited the Mapna Group industrial complex, TDH reports.
A video was presented to the attention of the National Leader of the Turkmen people, which became a kind of presentation that allows you to get a visual representation of the activities of the complex, covering a wide range of areas.
The Mapna Group complex unites several dozen companies of various specializations. These are the design and construction of energy facilities, renewable energy sources, the development and implementation of oil and gas, railway and other industrial projects, including specialized infrastructure, the production of main and auxiliary equipment, including gas and steam turbines, combined units for generating electricity, desalination, as well as locomotives for railway rolling stock, etc.
The group companies provide operation and maintenance services, electrification of transport systems, including the production of electric vehicles and the construction of charging stations for them.
In the course of negotiations with representatives of the industrial complex, issues related to the implementation of joint projects in the field of petrochemistry and the electric power industry were discussed.
Then Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov got acquainted with the exhibition of products manufactured by the Iranian industrial complex. In particular, samples of various types of equipment, models of “smart” houses, rolling stock, as well as cars, etc. were presented here.
Upon completion of the inspection of the exhibition, the National Leader of the Turkmen people noted that our country is always open for mutually beneficial equal cooperation with all interested foreign partners.
Expressing sincere gratitude to Hero-Arkadag for the attention shown, the leaders of the industrial complex confirmed the desire of the Iranian side to expand fruitful cooperation with Turkmenistan.