R&S Quantum visits Delhi as part of Ukrainian trade mission to India

R&S Quantum is in New Delhi this week to present our Ukraine-developed fast smart EV charger as part of the 2017 Ukrainian trade mission to India.

We do it aiming to assist the Imdian nation in her ambitious but no less relevant goals.

India’s government targets to have 25% of the South Asian nation’s GDP to come from manufacturing by 2025, adding 100 million jobs. That is 10-15 million jobs annually.

The mission is led by Ukraine's Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade Ms Nataliya Mykolska (centre, ninth from left) and Deputy Minister of Agrarian Policy Ms Olga Trofimtseva (third from left).

The mission is led by Ukraine’s Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade Ms Nataliya Mykolska (centre, ninth from left) and Deputy Minister of Agrarian Policy Ms Olga Trofimtseva (third from left).

Working in sync with our startup nation’s strategy and branding initiatives, and supported by Ukrainian government’s Export Promotion Office, Kyiv-based R&S Quantum will have a dozen meetings in New Delhi tomorrow to touch base with local EV charger manufacturers along with companies venturing out into the Internet of Things and 5G technology in India.

The visit proves to be a timely move. According to Naina Lal Kidwai, former president of the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Tata Motors, India’s largest auto manufacturer, plans to launch their first electric car by end of September and are trialing electric buses.

More than one million people die in India every year as a result of breathing in toxic fumes, with estimated 3% of the country’s GDP being lost due to the levels of toxic smog.

Ukrainian businessmen posing for a picture with their Indian consultant during the 2017 Ukrainian trade mission to India. The mission was made possible by Ukraine's Export Promotion Office

Ukrainian businessmen posing for a picture with their Indian consultant during the 2017 Ukrainian trade mission to India. The mission was made possible by Ukraine’s Export Promotion Office

Our smart and fast EV charger technology is cheaper than Chinese solutions. Its quality is on par with the Western ones.

High on our agenda for tomorrow is a discussion of setting up a local EV charger manufacturing facility, creating more jobs for Indians and exporting via Ukraine to other markets.

Ukraine recently activated a host of free trade agreements with the likes of Canada and the EU.

The 2017 Ukrainian trade mission to India was made possible thanks to the hard work of Ms Iryna Onikiyenko and Ms Mariia Shevchuk of the Export Promotion Office and funding from the Western NIS Enterprise Fund. The mission is led by Ukraine’s Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade Ms Nataliya Mykolska and Deputy Minister of Agrarian Policy Ms Olga Trofimtseva.

Special thanks goes to Mr Jasraj Singh, Engagement Manager, and his colleagues at New Delhi-based T&A Consulting who provided a great service preparing our B2B meetings.

Ukraine's Export Promotion Office experts and Ukrainian business people bonding as they enjoy New Delhi's landmarks in-between networking meetings with Indian peers

Ukraine’s Export Promotion Office experts and Ukrainian business people bonding as they enjoy New Delhi’s landmarks in-between networking meetings with Indian peers