Discover the Potential of Turkey

Sep 3, 2018 Uncategorised

 

Muhsin Çakıcı, Chairman of Istanbul Dried Fruit and Products Exporters Association (KUMİB), “As being Turkish food exporters, it is a great opportunity for us to meet with our counterparts from Australia and near abroad countries for the third time. I am confident that all partners will continue to benefit from our ongoing cooperation.”

 

The Turkish Pavilion is led by Istanbul Exporters’ Associations

Çakıcı emphasized, “This is the third time that we have organize the national participation of Turkish companies to Fine Food Australia, under the coordination of Ministry of Economy of Republic of Turkey”.

The Turkish Pavilion includes leading companies in the Turkish food sector and Exporters Associations. Visitors will find a wide range of food products available, from dried fruits to nuts including hazelnuts, from dried tomatoes to canned foods, processed fruit and vegetable products and so on.

 

Turkish Pavilion Invites You to “Discover the Potential”

Çakıcı thanked the relevant parties for their efforts and by addressing all businesspersons, “I kindly invite everybody to visit Turkish Pavilion for trade opportunities. Turkish Food Exporters invite you to “Discover the Potential!”.

 

About Istanbul Dried Fruit and Products Exporters Association (KUMIB)

Exporter Associations are professional organizations; aimed at contributing to the economic development of Turkey through improving foreign trade.  Istanbul Dried Fruit and Products Exporters Association (KUMIB) is one of the seven associations that operate under Istanbul Exporters’ Association (IIB). KUMİB was founded in 1951 and has 200+ members. It represents companies which export about dried fruits, nuts and other processed forms of these products.”

 

For more information – visit the Istanbul Exporters Association website. 

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