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JCI to send two-way trade expeditions to the Netherlands

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AMMAN — The Industrial Exports Services Unit (IESU) at the Jordan Chamber for Industry (JCI) is organizing two trade missions from and to the Netherlands in November, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra. اضافة اعلان

The JCI explained in a statement on Wednesday that the missions are part of efforts to boost national exports and promote national products in global markets through upgrading the IESU's work process.

The JCI President, Fathi Jaghbir, said the missions are part of a project implemented by the chamber and supported by the Center for the Promotion of Imports (CBI) from developing countries and are funded by the Dutch government.

He added the mission also aims to activate the IESU's services and boost its capabilities by training its staff on the required skills to carry out supportive business projects, initiatives, and activities related to entering global markets.

Jaghbir emphasized that a technical inspection of stakeholder companies' readiness indicated that Jordanian companies participating in the missions were trained at the hands of local and international experts to fill the gaps in needs and capabilities and overcome any obstacles.
He added that this training would be followed by a series of activities related to entering the Dutch market and networking with potential buyers.

The IESU was established to represent the JCI in the industrial field locally, regionally, and internationally to achieve the chamber's vision to make the Unit the go-to destination for industrialists.

The IESU looks to be a guide for industrial establishments on the proper export foundations by offering a package of services, including inspecting their exporting readiness, market studies based on a technical analysis of international market requirements, exports inspection, enhancing technical export competencies, and linking Jordanian industrialists with potential European buyers.

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