SEATTLE, Wash., Aug. 16 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Despite today’s woeful economic climate, one of the most dynamic global markets is emerging in a most unlikely place: the Russian Far East. A key player in that region, Marcon International Trading, Inc., is actively and successfully engaged in the export of automobile parts, lubricants, diagnostic equipment and tires.

Sergey Chadaev, the company’s founder and CEO, recently offered insight into Marcon’s most recent expansion plans. “We are pleased to begin an exciting new joint Russian-U.S. business venture,” announced Chadaev.

“This new venture provides American automotive manufacturers, suppliers and distributors with opportunities to greatly expand their markets into new territories. Using Marcon’s turnkey services – brand name, show rooms, warehouses and regional marketing expertise – U.S. companies will gain access into vast, untapped markets in the Russian Far East.”

Marcon’s business plan addresses the region’s growing demands by integrating a sophisticated logistical infrastructure with knowledgeable, service-center management teams that facilitate the timely distribution of U.S.-supplied automotive parts.

According to Chadaev, this is a win-win proposition. Currently, the U.S. automobile industry is experiencing consumer uncertainty and a decline in sales. Conversely, the outlying areas in the Russian Far East have an expanding need for contemporary and high quality automotive products. Satisfying the demand generated by these new markets will obviously benefit both parties.

“We are already regarded as an industry leader in the Russian Far East,” continues Chadaev. “However, recent demand for upscale, energy efficient automobiles now requires Marcon to pursue additional business opportunities in both the new and previously-owned auto markets. We are doing this by using integrated technologies, automated customer support systems and efficient operating procedures.”

Sergey ChadaevTo augment its extended U.S. marketing strategy, Marcon, stationed in Seattle since 2005, recently opened an additional office in New York.

About Marcon International Trading:
Marcon International Trading, Inc. is a North American arm of a group of businesses led by Sergey Chadaev and Evgeny Turdakov. This group is well known throughout Russia as a regional chain of sales outlets and service centers. Together, Marcon and its Russian affiliates, InterMax and MAXIMA are the official distributors for Cooper Tire and Rubber Company, KEX Tire Repair Inc., Samson Corporation (United States), Kuttenkeuler GmbH (Germany) and Sinopec International (Hong Kong). Additional business partnerships include: Tire Rack, Les Schwab Tires, Motor Oil Supply, FESCO Agencies, Trans-NET Inc. and Pacific Terminals.

For more information, please visit www.MarconMarket.com.

For more information, contact:
Katya Michaels, Marcon International Trading, 877-221-7202, marconmarket@gmail.com.

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(Caption: First in history – U.S.-made Cooper automotive tires in the Russian Far East – brand-name specialty stores in Vladivostok and Petropavlovsk supplied and supported from the U.S.)

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Original Story ID: (6198) :: 2010-08-0816-002

Original Keywords: Marcon International Trading Inc, Sergey Chadaev and Evgeny Turdakov, Cooper automotive tires in the Russian Far East, export of automobile parts, lubricants, diagnostic equipment and tires, American automotive manufacturers, suppliers and distributors with opportunities, logistics Marcon International Trading, Inc. Seattle Washington SEATTLE, Wash.

Alternate Headline: Pioneers in the Automotive Industry: Marcon International Trading

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