Trinidad And Tobago Manufacturers Seek Business Opportunities In  Bahamas

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Trinidad And Tobago Manufacturers Seek Business Opportunities In Bahamas

Fifteen local manufacturers representing the food and beverage; printing and packaging; and textiles sectors are currently on a trade mission in the Bahamas.

They will seek to determine business opportunities, build upon existing trading relationships and establish new strategic business and logistical contacts with potential suppliers of raw materials and finished products.

The trade mission which takes place from 15-19 April, 2024 is organized by the Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers’ Association and supported by the Ministry of Trade and Industry, exporTT, and the EximBank of Trinidad and Tobago.

It is viewed as important to exploring opportunities as well as to support the mandate of creating internationally competitive firms in the non-energy manufacturing sector and diversify trade in accordance with Vision 2030: The National Development Strategy of Trinidad and Tobago 2016-2030.

The Trade Mission will comprise a Doing Business Seminar, Business to Business meetings, as well as a tour of retail trade activities.

The Doing Business Seminar will provide an overview of doing business in the Bahamas, while the B2B sessions will allow the private sector to engage in discussions with companies in the Bahamas and provide opportunities for the initiation and continuation of trading relations.