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The Engineering Industries Council targets international markets through trade missions and exhibitions


The Export Council of Engineering Industries announced the organization of a trade mission to Zambia during the period from 19 to 23 September 2021, which includes the most prominent engineering sectors, including household and electrical appliances, electrical and electronic industries, the sector of pumps, boilers, engines, means of transportation, agricultural machinery, equipment and vehicle components.

 

The Export Council confirmed in a statement today, Saturday, that the Council has a plan to expand in multiple international markets to create new export opportunities for Egyptian companies to support exporters and increase their exports, and the missions work mainly on holding several bilateral interviews with buyers from these markets, in order to create export opportunities for companies. Egyptian engineering and expanding further in Africa.

  

Mai Helmy, Executive Director of the Export Council for Engineering Industries, said that the council's plan included participating in many activities in all engineering sectors, such as organizing an Egyptian pavilion at Wetex Dubai, scheduled to be held during the period from 5 to 7 October 2021, which is specialized in water, electricity and new and renewable energy sectors, as well as organizing An Egyptian pavilion at Gulfood Manufacturing Exhibition in Dubai from 7 to 9 November 2021 for the packaging machinery and equipment sector and food processing manufacturing.

 

She added, that the council's plan includes the exhibition of household appliances, tableware and kitchen HATS, which the council organizes annually in Cairo, and the council seeks to host 100 foreign buyers on the sidelines of the event to hold pre-arranged bilateral meetings with participating Egyptian companies and arrange field visits to the headquarters of factories and companies to closely learn about the capabilities and capabilities of industries Egyptian engineering.

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