The event is organized by the Guatemalan Exporters’ Association (AGEXPORT) and seeks to promote the Central American agricultural sector's competiveness and grow business opportunities abroad.
AGRITRADE will unite the region's producers and exporters with a wide variety of international buyers and investors including supermarket chains, wholesalers, importers, distributers and brokers from countries such as the USA, Mexico and those in the Caribbean, Central and South America, and Europe.
The show will be held on March 19 to 21 and will host visitors from USA, Nederland, Germany, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Chile, and other countries.
In its 14th edition, AGRITRADE Expo & Conference 2009 will be held in Guatemala Central America, in the UNESCO World Heritage colonial city of Antigua Guatemala, in the beautiful setting of Casa Santo Domingo Hotel & Convention Center.
AGRITRADE Expo & Conference will take place on March 12th-13th in Guatemala City, and will be attended by 100 international buyers.
From a statement by the Guatemalan Exporters Association:
In order to bring together in one place offerings of Central American agricultural exports, the AGRITRADE Expo & Conference from AGEXPORT, sold at its breakfast launch 50% of the show's floor, an event which will be held in 2015, in Santo Domingo Hill, Antigua Guatemala and will bring to the country more than 100 international buyers interested in coffee, cardamom, macadamia, broccoli, organic products, pepper, from Guatemala and Central America.
Nicaraguan agricultural companies involved in the PMA fair in Atlanta, USA, managed to sign purchase intention contracts for 2012 totaling more than $7 million.
Taking part in the event held in Atlanta, Georgia, between the 14th and the 17th October, were the companies Distribuidora El Carmen, Tecnoagro, Proexport, Agroesnica, Asociación Pueblos en Acción Comunitaria (Peoples Community Action Association), and Cooplari Fruvex.
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