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Jo EXPORT BRIEFS
The following trade items have been gathered from Agricultural Attache and other government reports as a
arvice to U.S. exporters of food and agricultural products. In supplying the trade leads the Department of
Agriculture does not guarantee reliability of the overseas inquirer Your best source for further information
on these trade leads is the listed foreign firm originating the inquiry. You may also contact the Export
Promotion Division. FAS. 1202 447-7103.
ISSUE NO# 31, 1982
1224 Variety meats (France). In the market for frozen beef variety meat (liver,
lung, kidneys, beef tail, feet, guts). Quantity: 25,000 kilos of each per
month. Quality: frozen. Packaging: cartons of 10 or 25 kilos, ship in
containers. Shipment ASAP. French labelling if possible. Quote: CIF
Matadi (Zaire). Bank ref: Banque Commerciale Du Zaire, Kinshasa (Zaire).
Contact: Mr. Jean Galuchot, 120 La Duchere Chateau, 69009 Lyon, France or
Sofriza (Societe Frigorifique Du Zaire), Galeries Residentielles, B.P. 16403
Kinshasa I Zaire. Telex: 900 542F PUBLIC CA LYDN. INDICATE ATTN: JEAN
GALUCHOT 835-30-04. Phone: FRANCE: 16-7-835-30-04.
1225 Evaporated milk (Bolivia). Well established Bolivian firm in the market for
evaporated milk. Quantity not specified. Contact: Casa Max Edelman, Luis
Edelman, Casilla 1204, La Paz, Bolivia. Cable: MAX EDELMAN.
1226 Confectionery (Bolivia). Interested in all types of confectionery,
chocolates and candy. Quote: CIF Matarani, Peru. Quantity to be
negotiated. Contact: Amorca S. R. L., Antonio Moreno C., Casilla 7870, La
1227 Kelp (West Germany). Wants kelp; raw, dried seakelp (Macrocystis Pyrifera)
for processing into dietary supplement tablets. Quantity open. Contact:
Herr Schmidt, Atlantis Handelsgesellschaft MBH & Co., Kg Limitenstr, 55,
Postfach 334, 4050 Moenchengladbach 2, W. Germany. Phone: (02166) 42856.
1228- Canned foods, confectionery (Honduras). Wants all types: meats; fruits &
fruit cocktail; canned vegetables; machine made cookies, hard and soft
sweetened wafers; candy bars and packaged candy, except solid chocolate; and
candy bars, w/ or without nuts, dark & milk. Retail packaging. Suppliers
wanted. Quote CIF Puerto Cortes against Letter of Credit or suppliers terms;
also catalogs & price list. Sales potential $100,000. Bank ref: Banco De
Occidente, San Pedro Sula. Contact: Mario H. Archaga, Manager, Bermudas
Int'l Agencies, Apartado Postal No. 2257, San Pedro Sula, Honduras. Telex:
5517 GRANSULA HT. Phone: 544906.
1230 Fertilizer (West Germany). In the market for 500 ton lots per shipment of
cattle manure. Must be fully sterilized, no moisture, free of germs.
Packaging: plastic bags. Shipment ASAP. Quote CIF Hamburg. Bank ref:
Ismed weekly by the Export Promotion Division. Foreign Agricultural Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture,
Room 4945 South Building. Washington. D.C. 20250.
Deutsche Bank Ag, D-2000 Hamburg, West Germany. Contact: Mr. Kirti Doshi,
Intrakonti, P.O. Box 11 19 08, D-2000 Hamburg 11, West Germany. Telex:
212-043 HHMM D. Phone: 040 89-86-44. Cable: INTRAKONTI HAMBURG.
1231 Sesame Seeds (Algeria). Tendering for 1,000 metric tons. Date of bid
deadline is August 27, 1982. Offer must be in duplicate and remain valid 60
days past bid deadline. First quality, 5% moisture, 2% exterior materials,
48-51% maximum fatty material, 70% white color and 30% red color. Packaged
in new jute double bags suitable for maritime transport and handling, with
uniform weight. Deliveries between January and September 1983, according
ONACO'S (buyer) planning. Quote: C&F Algerian Ports.. Offer must include
samples. Offers sent by telex/telegram not acceptable. No tender document
issued. All correspondence must be in French, all specs. metric. Firms
responding must be producers, not dealers or wholesalers. Firms must provide
name, full address and statutes of the company, list of stockholders, balance
sheet and income statements. Copies of their annual reports for the last two
years. External envelope containing the offer must not have any indication
as to who the bidder is, only ONACO's address and the following indication
must appear on the envelope: "Appel D'Offres Graines De Sesame A Ne Pas
Ouvrir". Contact: ONACO, DAP, 29, Rue Larbi Ben M' Hidi, Algiers, Algeria.
Telex: 53236, 52850, 52851. Cable: ONACO DZ. Phone: 64.02.75.
1232 Meat, grocery items (Saudi Arabia). Wants contact with U.S. suppliers of (a)
frozen lamb, beef, ducks, rabbits, fish, prawns, vegetables, (b) fresh lamb
and baby veal (airfreighted); and (c) general supermarket items as canned
vegetables & juices, rice, tea, oils, jam, eggs, confectioneries. Quantities
open to negotiation. Quote CIF Jeddah. Wants samples. Contact: Albert M.
Simon, Hosni S. Sabek Est., P.O. Box 1013, Makkah, Saudi Arabia. Telex:
440281 HOSNI SJ.
1233 Unsweetened condensed milk (England). Quantity: one 20 ft. container (approx
1,000 cases) per month for 6 months. Quality: to comply with normal food
regulations in the USA and Kuwait. Packaging: 96 x 170 gms cans in cardboard
cartons or if cheaper could be shrunk wrapped in 96's. Quote CIF Kuwait.
Delivery date ASAP. Company request in first instance quote by telex and
follow quote supported with product analysis or other relevant info. Bank
ref: Midland Int. Ltd., London. Contact: Nicholas D. Hayward, Techtrade
International Sales & Service 54/56 Old Christchurch Road, Bournemouth,
Dorset, England. Telex: 418334 G TECISS. Phone: 0202 295721.
1235 Sugar, caster (England). Desires sugar granulated and caster, large lumps.
Quantity: 20 ft containers. Best quality. Quotations: destination of goods
West Africa Benin, Togo. Delivery ASAP. Bank ref: Barclays International.
Contact: Ms. Emma Cundall, Fursecroft Trading Co., 32 Fursecroft, George
Street, London W1, England. Telex: 22258 TEEHIL G. Phone: 01 402 9393.
1236 Grains, sugar, vegetable oil (England). Suppliers needed for Grade 1 barley,
350,000 mt, in bulk; type 1 wheat, 2,250,000 mt, in bulk; raw sugar, 300,000
mt, 50% in bulk in 50 kilo bags; crude degummed vegetable oil: rape 65,000
mt annum crude, soya 65,000 mt annum degummed & sunflower oils 70,000 mt
annum; and American grade 2 corn 350,000 mt, in bulk. Quotations FOB & CIF
Morocco. Delivery ASAP. Bank ref: Midland Bank Ltd., 82 Newington Causeway,
London SE1 6De. Contact: M. 0. Sejoe, Intermor Supplies (Overseas), 38/40
Kennington Park Road, London SE11 4RS, England. .Telex: 291 507
INVEST.Phone: 01 582 9329.
1239- Grains, vegetable oil, butter (England). Needs wheat, corn, wheat flour,
1241 rice, cottonseed oil, butter oil, and butter. Quantity: to be determined -
vessel loads. Quality: best. Packaging: to be determined. Quotations: FOB,
C&F. Delivery date: ASAP. Bank ref: On Application. Contact: John E.
Sueke, John E. Sueke Trade Consultants Ltd., 27 Belsize Park, London NW3 4TH,
England. Telex: 8952387. Phone: 01 586 5637.
1242 Wines (England). Quantity: dependent on negotiations substantial.
Quality: high, varietals to be negotiated. Packaging: bottled or canned.
Quote UK Port. Delivery date: ASAP. Bank ref: Barclays Bank Ltd.,
Harrogate, Yorkshire. Contact: Alan Egerton, Egerton Green Ltd., Harrogate,
Yorkshire, England. Telex: 57453. Phone: 0423 523334.
1243- Vegetable oils (France). In the market for (a) crude peanut oil and (b)
1244 crude soybean oil. Quantity: 3,000 tons per trimester of each oil. Quality
(a) free fat acid maximum 1%. Refractive index: 52-59, Iodine Number:
84-95; (b) free fat acid: maximum 1%. Refractive index 58-65. Shipment
preferably in bulk. Delivery starting in April, 1983. Quote CIF Guadeloupe,
West Indies. Contact: Christian M. Celanie, C. Celanie, 19, Boulevard
Jacques Copeau, 95200 Sarcelles, France. Phone: 419 00 48.
1245 Horticultural (New Zealand). Looking for Lily of the Valley roots, or seeds,
for forcing. Quantity: commercial. Quality: top. Packaging: cartons.
Shipment: December 1982. Quote CIF. Bank ref: Bank of New Zealand, Te
Awamutu, New Zealand. Contact: W. A. Yarndley, Fleet Contracting, P.O. Box
324, Te Awamutu, New Zealand. Telex: 6080 TE AWAMUTU.
1246 Corn (Greece). Quantity: 112,000 mt approx. Quality: U.S. or equivalent No.
2 or better, maximum moisture 15%, yellow corn. Bulk shipment. Quote CIF
Piraeus (32,000 mt), Volos (25,000 mt), Thessaloniki (32,000 mt), Suda-Crete
(25,000 mt). Bank ref: Commercial Bank of Greece, Erythros Branch, No. 043
Queen Sofia Avenue, Athens. Contact: Stefanos Draikos, Holiday Land Ltd.,
6, lerolohiton Str., Nikea, Piraeus, Greece. Telex: 211370 HOLI GR. Cable:
HOLI GR. Phone: 495-15-11.
1247 Seeds (Italy). Wants to buy: certified seed of corn, sorghum, soybean, and
sugarbeet. Quantity: to be negotiated on a long term arrangement. Quality:
the best available. Packaging: U.S. retail package and possible agreement
for Italian labelling. Time of delivery: 1982 and early 1983. Bank ref:
Credito Italiano, Ancona. Contact: Guido Strani, F. Angelini, ACRAF, 70 Via
Aurelia, 00181 Roma, Italy. Telex: 611427. Phone: 79331 (Rome).
1248 Oat groats (Guatemala). Steel cut oat groats needed. Quantity: 2,000 mt
year. Quality: protein 14% plus or minus 1%; humidity 10% plus or minus 1%;
fat 6.5% plus or minus 1%; ash 1.5%. Packaging: bags 100 lbs. net. Shipment
180 tons every 4-5 weeks. Quote CIF FAS New Orleans. Bank ref: Banco Granai
Townson,SA 7A. Avenida 1-84, Zona 4, Guatemala City, Guatemala. Contact:
Rudy Gandara Merkle, Industrias Unidas, SC., KM. 13.8 Carretera Roosevelt,
Zona 7, Guatemala, Guatemala. Telex: 5551 SEGALI GU/IND. Cable: INDUNIDA.
Phone: 910323, 910324, 922223.
1249 Industrial wheat flour (Singapore). Industrial wheat flour to be used in
glue mixture for plywood manufacture wanted. Need 500-1,500 tons per month.
Protein content 15%; ash 1.5%; moisture 14%; glutinous wheat 45%. Packaging:
25 kg per bag. Prompt shipment. Quote CIF Singapore. Bank ref: Development
Bank of Singpore, Queensway Branch, Singapore 0315. Contact: Tracy Tan,
Fortrade & Company PTE Ltd., Block 125, 04-184 Bukit Merah Lane 1, Singapore
0315. Telex: RS 39046. Phone: 2730572.
1250 Live sheep (Syria). The General Consumption Institution (P.O. Box 2552,
Damascus, Syria, Telex 419167 SY MASKI) is interested in receiving offers (in
sealed envelopes) for 150,000 -200,000 head of live sheep (apparently for
local slaughter). Quote: CIF Lattakia/Tartous Ports. Offer deadline August
21, 1982. Offers should be valid for 30 days after the deadline. Delivery:
an average of 35,000 40,000 head per month starting from October 1982.
Specs: (1) sheep tail sheep, (a) age should be less than two years. (b)
weight should not be less than 40 kgs. per head. Average shipping weight
should range between 45-50 kgs. per head. (c) females should not exceed 10%
and should not exceed the age of one year. (2) sheep with tails: (a) age not
exceeding one year. (b) weight per head should not be less than 30 kgs and
the average weight per head for every shipment should not be less than 35
kgs. (c) bidders should indicate the origin of the sheep and their quality.
Photographs for each type of sheep preferably accompany offer. Sheep should
be free from diseases, naturally grown and not treated with any hormones.
Bidder should specify the rate of discount from the gross weight that can be
granted to the General Consumption Institution. Males should be at least 90%
and should not be castrated.
Other conditions: (a) a bid bond equal to 2% of offer value, is required with
every offer, to be replaced by the successful bidder by an 8% performance
bond. Both bonds can be paid by a bank guarantee certified by the Commercial
Bank of Syria, (Branch No. 20 and according to the specimen form accepted by
the mentioned bank or by a cheque certified from any bank in Syria. foreign
public sector establishments and companies are exempted from providing the
bonds. (b) bidder should specify the place of delivery and the place of
weighing. (c) bidder should specify his personal or legal name and his
chosen address. (d) delay penalty: 0.2 percent per day of total contract
value for delay in delivering part or whole quantity. Total delay penalties
may not exceed 20 pct of the contract value after which the contractor is
considerered to have breached the contract and therefore bonds will be
confiscated and the contract performed at the account of the contractor.
(e) partial offers are accepted. The GCI has the right to contract for the
whole or part of the quantity at its option.
1251 Frozen sheep meat (Syria). The General Consumption Institution, Meat
Department (GCI, P.O. Box 2552, Damascus, Syria, Telex 419167 SY MASKI) is
interested in receiving offers (in sealed envelopes). 1,000 tons of frozen
sheep meat plus/minus 5 percent. Quote: FOB and C&F Lattakia/Tartous Ports.
Offer deadline September 11, 1982. Offers should be valid for 30 days.
Delivery: 500 tons in the first half of January 1983 and 500 tons in the
second half of March 1983.
Specs: (A) Male sheep 70% minimum, female sheep 30% maximum. Higher male %
preferable. (B) Weight per slaughtered animal 12-18 kgs. And the age should
be less than one year. (C) Every animal should bear a label stating date of
slaughter and class or category sign. (d) Period between slaughtering and
shipping should not exceed 60 days. Shorter periods preferable. Other: (A)
A bid bond, equal to 5% of offer value, is required with every offer, to be
replaced by the successful bidder b a 10% performance bond. Both bonds are
paid by a bank guarantee issued in accordance with the specimen text current
at the Commercial Bank of Syria (Branch No. 2) or accepted by it. Bonds can
also be paid by a cheque certified by the central bank of syria. Foreign
official establishments are exempted from submitting the bonds. (B) Delay
penalty 0.1% per day of the total contract value. Total delay penalties may
not exceed 20% of the contract value, after which the contractor is
considered to have breached the contract and therefore bond will be
confiscated and contract is executed at the account of the contractor in a
manner that is convenient to GCI. (C) Bidder should specify in his offer
the category or class of meat offered and should attach a copy of the
classification system in the country of origin.
1252 Grocery lines (Singapore). In the market for: A) corn flakes, B) instant
powdered orange drink, C) coffee, D) potato chips, E) canned root beer, F)
canned almonds, and G) cigarettes. Quantity: 20 ft. container. Packaging:
original manufacturer carton. Prompt shipment. Quote: FOB U.S. Port or CIF
Singapore. Bank ref: Indian Overseas Bank, Collyer Quay, Singapore.
Contact: V.K. Kumra, Kumra & Co. Pte Ltd., 23 High Street, Singapore 0617.
Telex: RS 34623 Kumras. Phone: 3372130.
1253 Corn (Egypt). Invitation for Bid No. GASC/101-82/ARE for the procurement of
25,000U mt. No. 2 or better yellow corn, in bulk, to be shipped September,
1982. Commodity being financed under A.I.D. Grant 263-K-604. Bid opening
date August 25, 1982 at 3:30 pm EST, in Washington, D.C. Copy of Invitation
for Bid, including specs., terms and conditions, may be obtained from The
Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt, Commercial and Economic Office, 2232
Massachusetts Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20008. Letter should include a
$10 check or money order payable to Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt.
Please assure that complete business address, city, state, zip code, and
telephone/telex numbers are included in your request. The purchaser is the
General Authority for Supply Commodities, 24 Goumhoris Street, Cairo, Arab
Republic of Egypt.
1254- Meat and potatoes (Indonesia). Looking for suppliers of a) choice/premium
1255 beef (striploin, tenderloin, shortloin, O.P. rib, rib eye); b) USDA Grade A
French fries potatoes, shoestring/crinkle/straight cut; c) mashed potatoes
powder, instant, reconstitutional value 1:5 20 kg. tins. Quantity: one 20
ft. container load. Quality: a) USDA Grade; b) USDA Grade A; c) first
quality. Packaging: a) in strong export cartons; b) 6 x 4.5/5 lbs bags in
export cartons; c) powder in 20 kg tins with outer cartons. Shipment ASAP.
Shipping and labelling/marking instruction will be provided upon ordering.
Quote: CIF Jakarta per kg. in U.S. currency. Bank ref: P.T. Bank Nisp,
Jalan Gunung Sahari No. 38, Jakarta. Pan Indonesia Bank, Jalan Kopi No. 52,
Jakarta. Contact: Mr. Ronald Soetanto, President Director, P.T. Jakarta
Food Store, Jalan Raya Pasar Minggu No. 16, Jakarta Selatan, Indonesia.
Telex: 47544 JFS JKT IA. Phone: 797792, 798025. Cable: JAKFOOD JAKARTA.
1256 Joint Venture-Poultry (Nigeria). Nigerian company interested in joint
venture with U.S. partners) to expand poultry farm (eggs and meat). Project
operating over a year with over 4,000 birds at present. Has 62 acres of land
with option/chance for further acquisition. Partner(s) will be needed for
management, equipment recommendation, equity participation, technical
assistance and raw materials supply. Equity participation would be 60%
Nigerian and 40% foreign. Total equity and investment envisaged are open to
discussion. Products now marketed in wide area. Bank ref: Union Bank of
Nigeria. Contact: USA: Adekunle Olonoh, Golden Acres Farms, Care 5530E.
79th Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46250; Phone: (317) 849-2084; Nigeria:
Adekunle Olonoh, Golden Acres Farms, P.O. Box 125, Iseyin, Oyo State; Phone:
022-411571, Care Mr. Ogundele. Telex: TDS 20311 IB (NIG) Box 059. Cable:
1257 Joint Venture-Grain milling (Nigeria). Messrs. Obokun Flour and Rice Milling
Industries Limited, private mail bag 12020, Lagos, Nigeria, is interested in
joint venture with dependable U.S. partners) for the production of flour,
semolina, corn flakes, rolled oats, custard, etc. This company, which has
just started, envisages its equity participation as follows: Nigerian partner
60% and foreign partner 40%. Its total investment requirements would amount
to about 30 million dollars and a market size of about 72,000 mt. per annum.
Bank ref: Wema Bank, Ltd., Lagos, Nigeria. Contact: Prince Paul
Adetokunboh Adeyemi, Chairman, willing to travel to U.S. to discuss proposal
with interested persons.
Foreign Market Developments.
International Days American Royal Livestock Show, November 6-17, 1982.
The Kansas and Missouri Departments of Agriculture and MIATCO, (Mid-America
International Agri-Trade Council) in cooperation with the Foreign Agricultural Serice
and the American Royal Association are planning another International Program at the
1982 American Royal.
The American Royal Livestock Show which takes place November 6-17 in Kansas City,
Missouri brings together animals from the best herds in the nation. Last year this
show had more than 7,000 cattle, swine, horses and sheep entered in the various
classes. A show of this size provides an excellent opportunity for foreign buyers to
view as well as purchase outstanding foundation stock for their herds.
The objective of the International Program at the Royal is to inform foreign buyers
of the Royal, invite them to attend, and assist them in the location and purchase of
selected animals for export. The show is designed to promote, stimulate and
coordinate the sale of livestock to the foreign buyer. The Kansas and Missouri
Department of Agriculture and MIATCO will give personal attention to each visitor and
will be happy to assist them with any special needs. Arrangements will be made to
provide a registration and information center, interpreter service, and tours of
local livestock operations.
For information on the International Program please contact Jerry Dudley, Kansas
Department of Agriculture, 109 SW 9th Street, Topeka, Kansas 66612, phone: (913)
296-3736. Telex: 910-744-6701 (KSBOA MKT TPK).
Single copies of the following are available by writing the U.S. Department of
Agriculture, FAS, Information Service Staff, Room 5918-South, Washington, D.C. 20250.
World Oilseed Situation and U.S. Export Opportunities, FOP 9-82, July 1982.
World Tobacco Situation, FT 7-82, July 1982.
U.S. Seed Exports for the Marketing Year Through May and Comparisons with Previous
Year, FFS 6-82, July 1982.
World Cotton Situation, FC 8-82, July 1982.
World Grain Situation/Outlook, FG-23-82, July 15, 1982.
U.S. Meat and Dairy Imports for April and May 1982., FDL-MT-6-82, July 1982.
World Coffee Situation, FCOF 2-82, July 1982.
USSR Grain Situation and Outlook, FG-21-82, July 13, 1982.
1982 Soviet Grain Crop Prospects Reduced Further, FPED-7-82, July 12, 1982.
Horticultural Products Review, FHORT 1-82, July 1982.
Status of U.S. Sugar Import Quotas, Sugar Import Notice 6-82.
Weekly Roundup of World production and Trade, WR 29-82, July 21, 1982.
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