Portuguese Trade Mission seeks business opportunities in Ghana

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AIMMAP Portuguese Chamber Trade Mission is set to embark on a three-day visit to Ghana, the Global Trade Consult team has announced.

The team is expected to visit the West African nation between 29 and 31 October 2018, and will for the first time see a group of five Portuguese Companies promoting a wide range of products and services.

 The mission, among other things, is seeking local partners, representatives, qualified distributors or agents and clients.

Products and services will include: providing vocational training in the form of laboratory or machinery installation and professional guidance for the mechanical industry; Supply of a robust range of machines for mining and construction industry (equipment manufacture for the production and processing of aggregates, performing all the steps involved in the design of production facilities and processing of aggregates).

There will also be displays of items such as chest-freezers; ice-cream freezers; upright coolers for pharmaceutical purposes and bakeries, and wine cabinets. Others are: renewable energy, large solar thermal installations, manufacturer photovoltaic, solar collectors, absorbers; and Trade in  kits, among many other accessories.

AIMMAP was founded in 1957 as one of the most representative associations of Portugal, whose main objective is to assist its members from the metallurgical and mechanical engineering sector in a continuous and everlasting way, so as to advise and help them improve their competitiveness and process of modernisation. The association also organises trade missions to other countries.

 

 

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