Joint projects with such world-famous companies as Stadler are a significant boost for Belarus’ image, President Alexander Lukashenko said as he met with Stadler Rail Group CEO Peter Spuhler. The head of state called the joint venture Stadler Minsk a successful investment project and thanked Peter Spuhler for manufacturing cutting-edge railway and electric transport in Belarus. Stadler Minsk is the most advanced company included in the Swiss Stadler Rail Group. Since its opening in 2014, about 90 million euros have been invested in the Belarusian enterprise. Products made by the assembly line in Fanipol are supplied to the Eurasian Economic Union, Norway, Hungary, Slovenia and Bolivia.