The Russian marine industry – interesting opportunities for Norwegian companies

Russia is the largest country in the world by surface area, covering more than one-eighth of the earth’s inhabited land area. Its coastline is over 37.000 km, bordering the Arctic, the Pacific, the Baltic, Azov and Caspian waters. The Marine Industry is a promising development sector in the Russian economy. (Photo: Thinkstock) The NEVA exhibition in… Read More

Fishing fleet

Large scale renewal of Russian fishing fleet

The Russian fishing fleet faces need for renewal.  Norwegian ship technologies are both known and popular in the Russian market, opening a potential large market for Norwegian maritime industry. The Russian fishing industry generates an annual income of circa 15 Billion Rubles for the state in the form of taxes, yet the fishing fleet is… Read More


Take your position in the Russian travel market!

Take part in Norwegian Travel Workshop in Moscow and St.Petersburg, the unique platform for establishing business in Russia. Russia is Norway’s largest neighboring country, with a population of 146 million people. A strengthened Russian rouble has generated a great potential for a tourist flow from this vast country. The increased purchasing power among consumers provides… Read More


Take part in WasteTech Moscow 2017 !

WasteTech 2017 in Moscow is a great opportunity to meet the most important players in the market, present your solutions, investigate the market opportunities and get an insight into the latest development on this area in Russia. You are invited to take part in the exhibition WasteTech 2017 in Moscow, Russia in June 2017. It is a… Read More

Recycling waste

Waste management technology in Russia

Half a year ago Russian government passed amendments to the law on waste from production and consumption. The market is large, the lack of appropriate technology in the country is apparent, and changes in the law make the Russian market interesting for Norwegian businesses in the areas of water and waste treatment. New elements of… Read More