Export manager of Polish Krynica Vitamin SA said here on Sunday that the company is looking for an Iranian partner to produce its products in the Islamic Republic.
Speaking to IRNA on the sidelines of the 23rd International Iran Agro Food Exhibition 2016, Barotosz Kazouski said Iranian market enjoys huge potentials.
He added the Polish company is looking for the Iranian partners to make investment in production of non-alcoholic drinks.
Pointing to current trip of Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad-Javad Zarif to Poland, he added after the removal of anti-Iran sanctions, Tehran- Warshu relations have entered a new phase.
He added the two countriers have strong determination to expand the level of economic and political cooperation.
‘Polish Krynica Vitamin SA has a positive feeling about the future of its mutual trade cooperation with Iran,’ he said.
The 23rd International Agricultural, Foodstuff, Machinery and Relevant Industries known as Iran Agro Food Exhibition 2016 ended on June 2.
Some 710 domestic companies were present in the international event, opened on May 30.
The number of foreign companies attending the event showed ten percent increase compared with that of the past exhibition.