Without any doubt, the main favorites of the exhibition visitors were the food industry enterprises. From the first days of the event, their stands were attacked by crowds of citizens and guests of the capital. DBK partners in this industry – "Molprodukt" LLP and "Bayan-Sulu" JSC - were in special demand; over the years of their existence, the companies have already acquired loyal customers. Over the past year, the volume of sales of enterprises amounted to 140 850 tons and more than 50 tons, respectively. The main reasons for the "popular passion" are the quality of the product and stable pricing policy, especially given the recent increase in prices for confectionery products and increased consumption of dairy products in Kazakhstan. According to information from Energyprom.kz monitoring agency, published on May 2, candy prices in the country increased by 6.5% over the last year. At the same time, according to agency statistics, Kazakhstanis use more and more milk and dairy products - consumption volumes increased immediately by 7% over the year.
In addition to the food industry, the exhibition was also attended by manufacturing companies. This is the main hallmark of the "ULTTYQ ÓNIM" platform, which is impressive in its scope each time. The organizers of the event attract new participants, covering almost all areas of production. Thus, this year the exhibition was attended by representatives of the leading Kazakh manufacturer of electrical equipment - "Alageum Electric". In particular, they introduced the audience to the products of "Asia Trafo" - the new plant for the production of high-voltage transformers and shunt reactors, the festive presentation of which was recently held in Shymkent. Videos about the plant, the equipment of which is produced by its own unique technologies, and models of future transformers attracts special attention because the company has no analogs in Central Asia. "Asia Trafo" is the only manufacturer of transformers in the region with power in the voltage range of 110kV - 500kV. For its construction in the framework of the State Program of Industrial and Innovative Development in 2017, DBK allocated a loan in the amount of 8.7 billion tenge.