Turkish Products Are Introduced to Major Importers in Virtual Environment

Turkish products are introduced to big importers in virtual environment
Turkish products are introduced to big importers in virtual environment

The "Specialized Procurement Committees" program, organized for international and local chain stores and large importers, led by the Ministry of Commerce, was moved to the virtual environment during the Kovid-19 epidemic period.


While the “Special Procurement Committees” program, organized for international and local chain stores and large importers, led by the Ministry of Commerce, was moved to the virtual environment during the new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19) epidemic, Turkish exporters had the opportunity to introduce their products to 7 major importers in 8 countries since June. .

Turkish exporters continue to evaluate the opportunities provided by the digital environment to the end, increase and diversify their exports, thanks to new applications developed in the virtual environment, even during this period, when the Kovid-19 epidemic was effective in the guidance of the Ministry.

One of these applications was the transfer of the "Special Skilled Buyers Delegations" program, which was organized for international and local chain stores and large importers, to the virtual environment during the epidemic period.

Since the beginning of June, a Virtual Specialized Buying Mission event has been held with 8 companies from Brazil, South Korea, Israel, Kyrgyzstan, Kuwait, Tanzania and Tunisia.

In these programs, exporters held bilateral meetings in 14 product groups in the food, machinery, chemistry, kitchenware, textile and ready-made clothing sectors.

99 Turkish companies introduced their products to international companies

In this short time, 99 manufacturers / exporter companies came together with these big buyers and had the opportunity to market their products.

Under the leadership of the Ministry of Commerce, Virtual Special Skilled Buyer Programs will continue with Ecuador, Georgia, India, Hong Kong, Thailand.


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