A delegation of Boeing representatives headed by the company's top managers will arrive in the Sverdlovsk region, Russia, today to visit the leading Russian titanium producer Verkhnesaldinsk metal factory. The delegation is expected to negotiate a new long-term partnership agreement, a source in the regional governor's press service reported to RBC. The agreement itself is going to be signed in Moscow on May 22. The Sverdlovsk factory is already supplying almost all kinds of its titanium products to Boeing. During this visit to the Sverdlovsk region, the Boeing delegation will be accompanied by Metal Industry Minister Vladimir Molchanov.
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