In the course of September there were held several international events where we presented our Czech technologies successfully set up all around the world. One of them was a university festival „Друзья прекрасен наш союз“ organized in Bulgarian city of Varna. „We have been on a long-term basis cooperating with West Bohemia University in Pilsen not only in research projects. When we were given an offer to represent the Czech Republic as the only company at an international university festival, we were glad to accept it. We supply our technologies all around the world and it is a challenge for us to present them also in the university environment on behalf of the Czech Republic“, says Ondřej Rinke who was in the Czech team the sole representative of business sphere.
In the one week international event there took part almost 300 people from 20 countries including university representatives of individual countries, students as well as members of commercial companies of the countries involved, e.g. Great Britain and Finland.
Our company in cooperation with the Russian center at West Bohemia University in Pilsen participated in preparation of a presentation on the Czech Republic and city of Pilsen. Ondřej Rinke in the workshop focusing on development of industrial technologies presented our company ZAT as a major producer of control systems in the world as well as our latest technologies not only for control of conventional and nuclear power plants but also for the field of smart systems such as advanced applications for transport, gas industry and Smart City. In the course of the event there were a lot of informal meetings including a visit of the Commercial Chamber of administrative area Varna.
Another thing about Bulgaria importamt for our company is the fact that our technologies and know-how have been set up at a generator excitation unit of power plant Ruse and within surface mining and transport of goods at coal mine in Trojanovo. At the same time we are interested in modernization of nuclear power plant Kozloduj – Bulgarian only nuclear power plant.