Countdown begins for China: Trade Mission 2002

by Canadian Shipper

PBB Global Logistics is gearing up for China: Trade Mission 2002.

"The Mission is an excellent tool for executives, new business managers and export development professionals seeking to access the Chinese market for the first time or expand their existing trade networks. It is an excellent alternative to official government trade missions, particularly for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) exploring the Chinese market for the first time," PBB says in a company release.

Running from November 1st to November16th, PBB’s privately-led trade mission will visit several key Chinese commercial and industrial centers including Beijing, Dalian, Nanjing, Shanghai, and Wuhan. Participants will meet one-on-one with high-level Chinese government and business officials to develop new business agreements and ventures.

“Our mission will allow participants the opportunity to leverage PBB’s extensive network of established Chinese contacts to match their business needs,” says Mike Scott, President &CEO, PBB Global Logistics.”Participants will have the unique opportunity to meet strategically selected buyers, suppliers, distributors and manufacturers.”

Translators will accompany the delegation throughout the mission.

China: Trade Mission 2002 is PBB’s third business delegation to China and is supported by Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters, Team Canada Inc, Canadian Association of Importers and Exporters and Ontario Exports Inc.

PBB Global Logistics is a provider of third party international logistics services, facilitating the movement of goods across North America and around the world.

For more information on PBB’s China: Trade Mission 2002, visit www.pbb.com/china.

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