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Chinese Importer visiting Sicily to acquire a new supply of red oranges

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November
2019
Event type:
Type: 
Company Mission
Date:
From 20/11/2019
To 21/11/2019
Country
Location country: 
Italy
City
Location city: 
Palermo
Address
Location address: 
Via Alessandro Volta 44

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Host organisation: 
Sicindustria
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Description

An international trade service provider of global food industry chain based in China, will visit Sicily on the 20th and 21st november for a tailor made incoming Mission.
The company, was founded in 2013 and provide Chinese consumers with high quality imported food resources, helping global food suppliers to create the huge potential Chinese market.

Furthermore the company in 2020 is organizing a summit for food import companies, aiming at increasing the relationships between foreign producers and chinese importers.

In detail, in this occasion, the company is strongly interested in a new supply of red oranges coming from Sicily and for this reason asked for assistance to Sicindustria in order to organize a Mission aiming at acquiring new contacts and increasing the awareness on the local market.

The Mission will start on the 20th of November in Palermo, where the CEO will meet Sicindustria for a reciprocal introduction and discussion about business opportunities for the Sicilian agrifood companies in the Chinese market and possible future collaborations.

The day after, in Catania, the company will meet the Sicilian blood-orange companies that are certified for export to China like the Consortium for the protection of Sicily Blood Orange PGI Certified, the Sicily Citrus District.
Furthermore, the company will meet the representatives of the Regional Ministry of the Agriculture and Confindustria Catania.

In the same day, 2 company visits are organized to some of the blood orange areas.

The involvement of Sicilian companies have been managed directly by the Consortium for the protection of Sicily Blood Orange PGI Certified and the Sicily Citrus District.
No application form has been foreseen.