Stakeholders from Central Asia interested in ArtuPower

On 12 June, the Transport and Logistics Business Forum took place at the Radisson Blu Latvia Conference & Spa Hotel in Riga, where interested parties had the opportunity to meet potential partners from Central Asian countries.

The event featured industry presentations from a number of organisations in Central Asian countries, as well as B2B meetings where interested parties had the opportunity to meet potential partners.

ABLabs, represented by Armands Jurjevs, also participated in the event. During the event, A. Jurjevs presented the ArtuPower technology and its benefits. The following B2B networking event offered interesting contacts in the transport sector with potential collaboration opportunities.

The main organizer and partner of the event is USAID’s Trade Central Asia Activity.

The project is supported by Norway through the Norway Grants.

Within the project the “ArtuPower” product will be developed up to the level of TRL8 technology readiness level, and the project duration is expected to be 18 months. The total project budget is 132,400 EUR, with a support of 92 680 EUR is intended with the support of the “Norwegian Financial Mechanism’s small grant scheme”.

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