CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Region 10 is set to conduct its Philippine Export Competitiveness Program (PECP) Information Session for Region 10 on July 23, 2015, in this city.
The briefing aims to provide Region 10 stakeholders with current information on Incoterm updates, the benefits of European Union – Generalised Scheme of Preferences (EU-GSP+) and provide a more sector specific session for processed food and poultry manufacturers. It also aims to guide exporters and Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) on how to access the EU and ASEAN markets and maximize international trade engagements of the country.
Target participants are manufacturers, suppliers and exporters in the region. The multi-sectoral briefing covers the following topics; Incoterm Updates, EU -GSP+, Logistical Requirements, Needs, and Costs for ASEAN & EU, Market Opportunity for Processed Food, and Protocol for Export of Poultry/Chicken and Accreditation to Korea and Japan.
According to DTI regional director Linda O. Boniao, the activity is in line with DTI’s aim in capacitating the regional exporters and MSMEs to gain awareness and updates on international trade, market standards and certification requirements for exports to ASEAN and EU Markets.
Further, DTI will also hold a speed matching activity on 24 July 2015 where they have invited Hotel and Restaurant Industries from Boracay, Cebu and Davao to meet with suppliers here and get a possible deal.
Supplies range from food to raw materials to everything the industry needs. a
For interested MSMEs, you may contact Ma. Christina Gabia / Irwin Jason Jamaca through these contact details: Tel. Numbers +63 822 722276/7221369 and email address MaChristinaGabia@dti.gov.ph / IrwinJasonJamaca@dti.gov.ph. (JMOR/PIA10)
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