The mission is organized by the Canadian Atlantic Opportunity Agency (ACOA), and aims to ensure involvement of these companies in large infrastructure projects in the country, including the Panama Canal and the Metro.
This is the third edition of this tour, which in its previous edition generated $ 7.5 million in businesses.
Participating companies are Moloney Electric Inc., Atlantic Industries Limited, Troy Fire and Life Safety Limited, Cavendish Farms, Blue Oceans Satellite Systems Inc, Cartright Drilling Inc, Compusult Limited, Marine Industrial Lighting Systems Ltd, Aecon Fabco, Irving Shipbuilding Inc, LED Roadway Lighting Ltd and Northern Abrasives Inc.
The Buyers Trade Mission (BTM) will take place from 24th to 28th September 2012 at Hotel Ramada Plaza Herradura, Costa Rica.
The event will feature at least 250 international companies who aim to strike export deals with approximately 250 Costa Rican companies through business agendas, display stands, conferences and also a showroom of high-tech industrial products produced in Costa Rica.
Costa Rican businesses from all sectors will be involved in a business negotiation event with Panamanian companies on Thursday in San Jose.
According to Katherine Chavez, director of foreign trade of the Costa Rican Chamber of Importers (Crecex), the organizing body, 170 domestic firms will have about 30 minutes to present their products and services and finalize new business.
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