South Africa’s Trade Mission to Ethiopia

South Africa's Trade Mission to Ethiopia                                                          

South Africa’s Trade Mission to Ethiopia

Venue: InterContinental Hotel

Time: 14:00 – 18:00 on Monday, 21st August 2017

21st – 25th August 2017

The South African Embassy is pleased to inform the public about the Agribusiness Trade Mission from South Africa that will be held in Ethiopia from 21st to 25th of August 2017.  The purpose of the Trade Mission is to explore trade and investment opportunities in Ethiopia with a view to forging stronger collaboration between the South African and Ethiopian agribusiness & food sector.

The South African commercial farming and agribusiness sector is a leader in this field on the continent and has a lot to offer Ethiopia in terms of appropriate technology and expertise. Ethiopia on the other hand is blessed with a fertile land hence the desire to develop its agribusiness and agro-industrial sector.

The South African companies registered their interest to participate include the following:

 •           Lasher Tools

•           BBF Footwear

•           PetroMan (fuel management systems)

•           Columbus Stainless

•           Elead Packing Machinery

•           Xylem (water pumping solutions)

•           Agricultural & Environmental Solutions (laboratory equipment)

•           Mottech (water filtration & management systems)

•           Southern Cross Industries (wind & hand pumps, lawnmowers)

•           Reinke (centre pivot irrigation systems)

•           Trojan Battery Company

•           Turner Morris (light construction equipment)

•           Agrico (irrigation equipment, design, etc)

•           Franklin Electric (pumps)

Entrance is free and for more information on the Trade Mission contact Mr Thabo Chauke, Counsellor for Economic Affairs, at the South African Embassy:

Telephone number: +251 92-273-9017

E-mail: Chaukej@dirco.gov.za

http://www.southafricanembassyethiopia.com/

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