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'.X EXPORT BRIEFS
The following trade items have been gathered from Agricultural Attache and other government reports as a
service 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, (202) 447-7103. ----
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ANHYDROUS MILK FAT, DEMINERALISED MILK WHEY, MILK WHEY, MILK POWDER (MEXICO).
Wants new 196 kg. drums. CONTACT: Lic. Jorge Luis Cabrera, Promotora De Tecnica
Agropecua, Apartado Postal 105--273, Mexico 11570, D.F. (WK 20/TOFAS 4)
BARLEY AND SUGAR (SAUDI ARABIA). Wants 50,000 MT of barley grade U.S. No. 2 and
15,000 MT of refined sugar. Packaging: 50 kg. bags. Immediate delivery. Other
req: Arabic labeling. Quote: C&F Jidda and Damman. Bank ref: National Commercial
Bank, Hindawia Branch, Jidda; British Bank, Redsea Hotel Branch; and Bank Al-Jazira,
King Abdulaziz St. Branch. CONTACT: Nissar A. Siddiqui, The Shipping Corporation of
Saudi Arabia, P.O. Box 1691, Jidda, Saudi Arabia. Telex: 401078 ARAB SJ. Phone:
647-1137, 648-0231, and 647-8222. (WK 20/TOFAS 0118)
BISCUITS, COOKIES, HAM, CANNED PORK LUNCHEON MEAT (MALAYSIA). Wants 20-ft
container. Packaging: cookies in 300-gm foil packs, canned meat in 300-gm tins.
Quote: FOB and CIF Port Kelang. Bank ref: Chase Manhattan Bank, Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia. CONTACT: Kenneth Ng, Kenju Sdn Bhd, 8 Jln Dato Sulaiman, Taman Tun Dr
Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Telex: MA37887 KENJU. Phone: (03) 780345. (WK
BREAD (PERU). Wants license for technology to produce fine-grain white bread.
Already produces 3/4 million loaves annually but shelf life not long enough to
compete in provincial markets adequately. Company will only deal with suppliers of
established technology, preferably one with licenses in other Latin American
countries. CONTACT: Vittorio De Ferrari M., Presidente Del Directorio, Fabrica De
Galletas Ventanilla S.A., Plazuela El Faro 115, Callao, Peru. Phone:
292802/297744. (WK 20/COMMERCE 4541)
CHICKEN FROZEN (JORDAN). Wants 1,000 2,000 MT individually packed in
polyethelene bags indicating weight, date of slaughter and date of packing. Other
req: 800 1300 grams weight, humidity 5% max.; chickens to be free of blood, water
and feathers without giblets, fully cleaned, free of burns and freezing defects.
Bank ref: Central Bank of Jordan. CONTACT: Ministry of Supply, P.O. Box 830, Amman,
Jordan. Telex: 21278 MINSUP JO. Phone: 667-141/661-174. (WK 20/TOFAS 0001)
CORN (SOUTH AFRICA). Wants 25,000 MT over a period of a year (plus/minus 3,000 per
shipment of yellow or white for cattle feed. Quality: A grade. Packaging: 100 kg.
bags or equivalent. First shipment by September 1984. Quote: C&F Reunion. Bank
ref: S.A. Bank of Athens, St. George's Street, Cape Town. CONTACT: M.C. Paizee,
Eximcon, P.O. Box 11494, Vlaeberg 8018, Cape Town, South Africa. Telex: 5721048.
Phone: (021) 23-5628. (WK 20/TOFAS 0097)
Issued weekly by the Export Promotion Division, Foreigp Agricultural Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture,
Room 4945 South Building, Washington, D.C. 20250.
CORN AND SUNFLOWER HYBRIDS (ROMANIA). Buyer requires cultivation during the spring
of 1984 of an area of 10,000 hectares with corn hybrids using parental forms provided
by pioneer company. Technical characteristics: productive hybrids with a good
lodging resistance and a high content of amino-acids. Supplier provides parental
lines and buyer requires supplier to take payment in by-back of hybrids output.
CONTACT: Vasile Ichim, Director General, Romagrimex, 2 N Dr. Marcovici Street,
Bucharest, Romania. Telex: 11522. Phone: 14-10-88. (WK 20/COMMERCE 3109)
CORN OIL (W. GERMANY). Wants 10,000 15,000 gallons top quality corn oil.
Packaging: 5 liter cans. Quote: CIF Frankfurt airport. Immediate delivery
CONTACT: AGMO Export-Import GmbH, Dieburger Str. 200, 6100 Darmstadt, W. Germany.
Phone: 6151-717766. Telex: 4197214. (WK 20/TOFAS 0030)
CORN SYRUP (TAIWAN). Wants 500 MT in standard export packaging. Delivery to be
arranged. Quote: CIF. Bank ref: City Bank of Taipei, International Department.
CONTACT: David Weil, Town Mining Industrial Co. Ltd., P.O. Box 91-148, Taipei,
Taiwan. Telex: 27070 TEICL. Phone: (02) 709-1480. (WK 20/TAIPEI 2822)
FLOUR, MARGARINE, AND POWDERED MILK (PORTUGAL). Wants 30,000 kgs. cake and baking
flour and an undisclosed amount of table margarine and powdered milk. Prospective
buyer has been contacted by a firm acting for the government of Sierra Leone and
Cameroon for urgent quotations for these commodities. Delivery: soonest after
contracting. Quote: CIF Sierra Leone and Cameroon (former French W. Africa). Other
req: a 5% commission should be included on invoice value. Bank ref: Banco Espirito
Santo, Praca De Londres, Lisboa, Portugal. CONTACT: Carvalho Brito or Cartaxo Fill,
Instrumed Rua Da Silva, 10-B, Lisboa, Portugal. Telex: 0063443 CARFIL P. Phone:
805595. (WK 20/TOFAS 0119)
FRUIT JUICES, FRUIT, VEGETABLES CANNED (PERU). Wants above products preferably
from manufacturers. Quote: FOB and C&F Iquitos. CONTACT: Alfonso Diaz Macedo, P.O.
Box 154, Iquitos, Loreto, Peru. Telex: 91002PE IQUITOS. Phone: 235795. (WK
GROCERY ITEMS (HONDURAS). Wants canned meats and vegetables, salad dressings,
mayonnaise, ketchup, tomato paste, tomato sauce, wheat flour (white), cake mixes
(dry, self-rising), bottled liquors and wines (including still, natural, and
sparkling). Buyer wants supplier responses,.literature and prices. Also information
on other supermarket items. Bank ref: Bank of America, Tegucigalpa. CONTACT: Felix
Napoleon Zepeda, Purchasing Manager, Supertiendas Prisa, S.A., Centro Comercial
Miramonte, Col. Miramonte Tegucigalpa, D.C., Honduras. Cable: PRISA. Phone:
334947. (WK 20/COMMERCE 5119)
GROCERY ITEMS (OMAN). Wants canned tuna fish, fruit & vegetables, biscuits,
custard powder, coffee, lemon & orange flavored powder, rice, biscuits, vermicelli, &
corn mutton. The Oman Ministry of Defense (MOD) issued a tender to local foodstuff
suppliers for MOD's upcoming two-year foodstuff order. Major Omani trading company
interested in receiving quotes from U.S. foodstuff exporters. Following terms &
conditions should be noted: a) quantities indicated on tender only estimates,
greater/ lesser amounts may be ordered; b) delivery from Jan. 1, 1985 to Dec. 31,
1986; c) quoted prices will remain fixed for 12 months. Prices for remaining 12
months will be negotiated by Nov. 15, 1985. d) all products must have shelf life of &
warranty period of 24 mo. from date of manufacture, e) packing boxes must have
minimum bursting strength of 100 kg. (f) all products imported must have certificate
from approp. authority of country of origin confirming products free of microbes &
materials injurious to health & fit for human consumption;
g) description of contents, # of units & net wgt, & mo. & yr of manufacture & expiry
must be printed in English on all cartons/sacks; h) samples of each product must
reach firm before June 10. Deadline June 12, 1984 bid must state: C&F Muscat in U.S.
dollars. Prices should be valid for 13 weeks from June 21. Shelf life of products
from date of manufacture, percentage of drained wgt to net wgt. Delivery from date of
confirmed order. Brand name, carton packing & origin of goods. Container load volume
& port of loading. CONTACT: Vinesh K. Bhimani, Manager, Khimji Ramdas, P.O. Box 19,
Muscat, Sultanate of Oman. Telex: 5289 BROKER ON. Phone: 745-601. (WK 20/MUSCAT
HEALTH FOOD (DENMARK). Wants health food in general as well as specialized
products (i.e. protein powder, vitamins, minerals etc). Desires small quantities in
introduction period which should be ready for sale to EC countries. Quote: CIF.
Bank ref: Handelsbanken, Aarhus Branch, Demnark. CONTACT: M. Sonderby or K.
Simonsen, S.S. Impex I/S, 86, NY Munkegade, Aarhus, Denmark. Telex: 62115 SPEED
DK. Phone: (6) 19 35. (WK 20/TOFAS 0084)
HOLSTEIN HEIFER TENDER (KOREA). Tender for 692 head registered pregnant Holstein
Friesian heifers. Specification: 18-26 months old, 3-6 months pregnancy, liveweight
over 430 kgs. Sire: PD should not be less than 350 Ibs. (PD 82) per 305 days ME, BF
more than 3.5% and repeatability over 50%. Dam: not less than 15,000 Ibs. of milk
per 305 ME, BF over 3.5%. Quote: CIF. Bidder shall establish/deposit to NLCF a bid
bond in amount not less than 2% of total bidding values, in the form of cash, city
bank check and/or irrevocable Letter of Credit by 10:00 a.m. May 22, 1984. Any
bidder who has been qualified and wishes to participate in this tender shall be newly
registered in 1984 prior to the bidding date. Deadline: 11:00 a.m. May 22, 1984 at
NLCF's conference room. CONTACT: Procurement Department Manager, National Livestock
Cooperatives Federation, Seoul, Korea. Telex: K-23517. Phone: 783-1668. (WK
HOLSTEIN HEIFERS (VENEZUELA). Purchase to be made by several persons, in lots of
30-800, but consolidated into one order to total 3,000. Quality: non-registered,
non-pregnant, 14-18 months. Delivery by ship and air. Quote: CIF Maracaibo. Bank
ref: BCO Latino, ATT Elba Pena, Caracas; and BCO Latino International, Miami FL.
Other req: animals will represent typical native-type dairy cattle. Buyers have
little experience with high producing dairy cattle. Technical help on some basis will
be required to assure buyer satisfaction. CONTACT: Christian Lachaise, Ugape
Agadema, Av Sojo, Edif. Onix Piso 4 Ofic 41, El Rosal, Caracas, Venezuela. Telex:
24879 DABAS VC. Phone: (02) 329484/325774. (WK 20/TOFAS 0039)
JOINT VENTURE (NIGERIA). Interested in a joint venture with U.S. partners) in
growing and processing canned fruits, vegetables, and grains on 500 acres of
farmland. Project intends to go into integrated poultry farming at a later date on
separate 200 acres of land at Igbo-Ake Village, Ondo/Ondo State. Feasibility study
and other requirements being worked out. Partner(s) required for management,
equipment recommendation, equity participation, technical assistance, raw materials
supply and company specialization. Equity participation 60% Nigerian and 40%
foreign. Total investment about $3 million. Bank ref: United Bank for Africa,
Iganmu Branch, Lagos. CONTACT: S.O. Akinsheye, Managing Director, Oluswakeen
International Co., P.O. Box 4289, Marina, Lagos, Nigeria. (WK 20/TOFAS 94)
LUMBER (FRANCE). Wants western coast Red Alder and Maple in loads of 10 MT
minimum. Quality: export premium. Packaging in plastic cover. Delivery all year.
Quote: CIF Le Havre and/or Bilbao. Bank ref: Credit Lyonnais, Boulevard Foch,
49000 Angers. CONTACT: Ray A. Lovaert, Ray A. Lovaert Co., 116 Route Des Ponts De
Ce, 49000 Angers, France. Telex: PUBLIC ANGERS/ 20 910. Phone: (41) 68531. (WK
MEAT AND BONE MEAL FOR STOCK FEED (NEW ZEALAND). Wants FCL shipments on regular
basis. Quality: 45 to 50% protein supplier to provide full specifications.
Packaging 50 kg. (110 lb.) bags. Specify number of bags in FCL delivery
immediately. Quote: CIF Port Kelang and Penang in Malaysia, and also Bankok. Bank
ref: Bank of New Zealand, P.O. Box 1461, Christchurch. CONTACT: D. Holland,
Managing Director, Export Marketing & Management (N.Z.) Ltd., P.O. Box 13-622,
Christchurch, New Zealand. Telex: N.Z. 4586 A/B CANTYCOM. (WK 20/TOFAS 71)
MILK (FRANCE). Wants 5 million cans of Dialac milk, type 1 and 2, and 1.5 million
cans Dialac milk type M. Packaging in cans labelled in English. Delivery within 2
or 3 months. Quote: CIF Arab Gulf. BanK ref: Union Des Banques Suisses, Geneva,
Switzerland. CONTACT: J.P. Lancrey, E.N.T. Conseil, 96, Quai Du Marechal-Joffre,
92400 Courbevoie, France. Telex: 613 626 ENTCO/F. Phone: (1) 789.04.68. (WK
ORANGE JUICE (SWITZERLAND). Wants 200-300 MT (initial shipment) of frozen
concentrated orange juice. Quality: concentrate 60-65%, sugar content 14-15%.
Packaging: 1500 kg. containers with dry ice. Immediate delivery. Quote: C&F
Copenhagen, Denmark. Bank ref: Ulnion Bank of Switzerland, Geneva. CONTACT: Rene
Zingg, Sobatex, 19 Boulevard G. Favon, 1204 Geneva, Switzerland. Telex: 429480 LION
CH. Phone: 022-28 38 59. (WK 20/TOFAS 0083)
PLANTS AND SEEDS (QATAR). Seeking contact with U.S. suppliers of seeds and plants
which suit hot, humid, desert area. Initial orders will be small but might develop
into a constant supply or agency arrangement at a later stage. Other req: language
of correspondence -- English or Arabic. CONTACT: Radwan M. Abu Asali, Manager, Sak
Agricultural Services, P.O. Box 6207, Doha, Qatar. Telex: 5006 SAK DH. Phone:
863965. (WK 20/TOFAS 0109)
POTATO POWDER (SINGAPORE). Wants first or second grade in plastic packaging.
Delivery: one month. Bank ref: Bank of Canton Ltd., Denmark House. CONTACT: Ong
Chin Swee, Yeow Chin Hung Co. Pte. Ltd., 159 Still Road, Singapore, 1542. Telex: RS
33144 YCH. Phone: 3480302 and 3457532. (WK 20/TOFAS 104)
POTATOES, FRESH (MALAYSIA). Wants 300 MT. Quality: size 40/60 MM, clean bright
skin. Packaging in 25 kg. Nett Hessian bags. Delivery: July 1984. Quote: CIF
Penang or Port Kelang. Bank ref: Chung Khiaw Bank, 62 Beach Street, Penang,
Malaysia. CONTACT: Lee Chin Teong, Eng Wan Trading Co., P.O. Box 544, Penang,
Malaysia. Telex: MA40688 EWT. Phone: (04) 369540. (WK 20/TOFAS 82)
RED MEAT, FROZEN (IRAQ). Government tender announcement no. 6 for 35,000 MT of
frozen red meat. Offers must be submitted to Secretariat of Tender Committee at SOAM
by 12:00 PM, Saturday, May 27, 1984. Preliminary bank guarantee of 1% of the total
bid value is also required. For further inquiries, including technical
specifications, financial and legal regulations, interested companies must contact
the SOAM legal department. Shipments commence August 1, 1984 January 30, 1985.
Details follow: a) frozen lamb meat (carcasses) 8/84, 100 MT; 9/84, 100 MT; 10/84,
1000 MT; 11/84 1000 MT; 12/84, 1500 MT; 1/85, 1500 MT. Total 7,000 MT. b) frozen
beef with bone 8/84, 600 MT; 8/84, 600 MT; 10/84, 700 MT; 11/84, 700 MT; 12/84, 700
MT; 1/85, 700 MT. Total 4,000 MT. c) frozen beef without bone 8/84, 4,000 MT;
9/84, 4,000 MT; 10/84, 4,000 MT; 11/84, 4,000 MT; 12/84, 4,000 MT; 1/85, 3,000 MT.
Total 23,000 MT. d) kidney, tongue and liver 8/84, 200 MT; 9/84 200 MT; 10/84,
150 MT; 11/84, 150 MT; 12/84, 150 MT 1/85, 150 MT. Total 1,000 MT. CONTACT: State
Organization for Agricultural Marketing (SOAM), Jamila, Umal Square, Saddam City,
P.O. Box 5947, Baghdad, Iraq. Telex: 212645 AGROMARK IK. Phone: 882-7713. (WK
REFINED CORN OIL (BELGIUM). Wants 2,500,000 cartons of each 6 rectangular
lithographed tins of one U.S. gallon net. Quality: clear brand refined,
non-winterized, Delivery ASAP. Quote: FOB and CIF Teheran. CONTACT: Ms. Romy Van
Hede, Irlac International, Avenue F.D. Roosevelt, 89, B-1050 Brussels, Belgium
Phone: 33(2) 640.70.06 Telex: 64071 Irlac B. (WK 20/TOFAS 0019)
RICE LONG GRAIN (FRANCE). Wants 1,500 MT direct purchase from producer for human
consumption and not more than 35% broken. Packaging in bags of 50 kg. Delivery to
begin May 20, 1984. Quote: FOB U.S. port. CONTACT: Mr. Ospelt, Societe
Ruysschaert, 5, Allee Des Peupliers, 77360 Vaires Sur Marne. Telex: 213 660 SEFA.
Phone: (6) 426 01 63. (WK 20/TOFAS 0027)
RICE MILLED (JORDAN). Wants 10,000 MT of camilino milled rice. Quality:
breakage maximum 3%; humidity not greater than 0.1%; protein not less than 6%;
chalky grains not greater than 2%; yellow and damaged grains not to exceed
0.15%. Packing: jute and polyproplene bags; gross wgt. 50 kg. Delivery: 5,000 MT
July 1984 and 5,000 MT August 1984. Quote: C&F Candf Aqaba. Bank ref: Central Bank
of Jordan. CONTACT: Ministry of Supply, P.O. Box 830, Amman, Jordan. Telex: 21278
MINSUP JO. Phone: 667-141/661-174. (WK 20/AMMAN 0002)
SEEDS VEGETABLE AND FORAGE (SPAIN). Wants above products. Firm founded in
1940. Annual sales about US $733,000. Gross assets are about US $660,000. Banking
and trade sources indicate that this company has a good reputation and that its
obligations are met promptly. Bank ref: Banco Hispano Americano, Plaza Gral.
Franco, 1 Calatayud (Zaragoza). CONTACT: Jose Vernon, Semillas Veron, Jose Ctra.
Madrid-Barcelona, Calatayud (Zaragoza), Spain. Cable: SEMILLAVERON. Phone:
34/76/881735. (WK 20/BARCELONA 426)
SNACK FOODS, DRIED FRUITS AND NUTS HONGG KONG). Wants a trial shipment, if
satisfactory possible one container-load per month. Quality: first and second
grade. Bulk packing as well as individual packaging in ordinary consumer size.
Delivery ASAP. Quote: CIF Hong Kong. Bank ref: Bank of Canton. CONTACT: Chow Wai
Yin, On Kun Hong Ltd., 8/F, Harbour Commercial Bldg., 122-124 Connaught Road,
Central, Hong Kong Telex: HK 65916. Phone: 5-438420. (WK 20/TOFAS 0094)
SORGHUM AND WHEAT (PORTUGAL). Wants U.S. No. 2 sorghum and soft red winter and
hard red winter wheat. Sorghum 20,000 MT, hard red winter 30,000 MT and soft red
winter 30,000 MT, moisture 15% maximum. Packaging: bulk. Delivery: sorghum June
1-15, wheat June 10-25, 1984. Quote: FOB flat and bases stowed and unstowed. Other
req: payment under USDA/CCC GSM-102 program (guarantee tax seller's account)
performance bond by supplier required contracts to be used--NAEGA 2, 1978, revised.
Bank ref: Banco Portugues Do Atlantico, Rua Do Ouro 101, Lisboa Portugal. CONTACT:
J. Reis Honrado, FORAP--Fornecimentos E Apetrachamentos LDA, Rua Dos Fanqueiros
12-4th ESQ, Lisboa, Portugal. Telex: 00156656 FORAP P. Phone: 877804 or 877321.
(WK 20/TOFAS 0095)
SORGHUM, WHEAT, AND CORN (PORTUGAL). Wants U.S. No. 2 sorghum, soft red winter and
hard red winter wheat, and U.S. No. 2 yellow corn. About 140,000 MT monthly by
public tenders. Portugal imports sizeable quantities of U.S. grains per year through
a monopoly agency. GOP is in progress of liberalizing imports of these products.
Quote: FOB flat and bases stowed and unstowed. Other req: payment to be made under
USDA/CCC GSM-102 program (guarantee tax seller's account) performance bond by
supplier required contracts to be used--NAEGA 2, 1978 revised. Bank ref: BPA, Rua
Do Ouro 101 Lisboa, Portugal. CONTACT: J. Reis Honrado, FORAP--Fornecimentos E
Apetrechamentos LDA, Rua Dos Fanqueiros 12-4th Fl. Esq., Lisboa, Portugal. Telex:
00156656 FORAP P. Phone: 877804 or 877321. (WK 20/TOFAS 0096)
SOYBEAN OIL (AUSTRIA). Wants 1,000 MT until end of 1984. Quality: for cooking and
salad dressing. Packaging: standard barrels, but flexible for packing depending
upon price. Delivery open to negotiations. Quote: CIF Antwerp or North European
ports. Bank ref: Schoeller and Co., Renngasse 1-3, 01 Vienna. CONTACT: Dr. Wahl,
Bramat Dist. Co., Freihofgass 1., Vienna, Austria. Telex: 131052. Phone: 37-26-52
or 37-26-61. (WK 20/TOFAS 0091)
SOYBEANS (EGYPT). Wants 40,000 MT (10,000 MT every two months) of U.S. No. 2.
Delivery ASAP. Other req: offers should be for bulk or bagged in 50 kg. bags.
Quote: CIF Alexandria, Egypt. Bank ref: Cairo Bank, Alexandria. CONTACT: Nabil
M. El Sayed, Alex Trading and Transactions, 10, Apostolides St., Fleming, Alexandria,
Egypt. Telex: 54057 COMLAX UN. (WK 20/TOFAS 29)
SOYBEANS, FISH MEAL AND MEAT MEAL (SAUDI ARABIA). Wishes to import from U.S. on a
regular basis. Firm's activities concentrate on poultry raising and egg production.
Annual sales are estimated at US $12 million. Interested U.S. firms should contact
company with complete literature containing relevant information. CONTACT: Jawad
Muhammad Qansoh, Sales Manager, Al-Mallouhi Co. for Poultry and Fodders, P.O. Box 87,
Riyadh 11411, Saudi Arabia. Telex: 201538 MALOHY SJ. Phone: 421-2340/2344. (WK
SPECIMEN INDOOR PLANTS (IRELAND). Wants about one container load per 6 weeks (over
U.S. $120,000 annually). Quality: between 1 and 4 meters high. Packaging: heated
containers, soil free. Delivery: when available. Other req: various varieties
required, suitable for offices, hotel foyers, etc. Plants must be packed in soil
free materials. USDA health certificate required. Quote: Ex Nursery or CIF
Dublin. CONTACT: Mike Lawarence, Sallins Hothouse Supply Co., Daars, Sallins, County
Kildare, Ireland. Telex: 30919 INCK EI. Phone: 288066/288389 Dublin. (WK
VEGETABLE FATS (CYPRUS). Wants vegetable fats used in the manufacture of
chocolates, confectioneries, biscuits and pastries. Submit samples and quote CIF
Limassol or Larnaca South Cyprus. Letter of Credit or preferably cash against
documents. Bank ref: Barclays Bank International Ltd. Main Office, Nicosia,
Cyprus. CONTACT: Ulysses Th. Joackim, Managing Director, Lion S. Products Co. Ltd.,
P.O. Box L362, Meletiou Metaxaki Street, Nicosia, Cyprus. Telex: 2045 EPCOL, CY.
Cable: LIOPROCO, NICOSIA. (WK 20/COMMERCE 1830)
WATER HYACINTH (FRANCE). Wants 100 bulbs, premium quality. Delivery beginning
June. Bank ref: Banque Nationale De Paris Avenue Gambetta, 49300 Cholet. CONTACT:
Francis Baur, Societe Nouvelle Seumo, St Laurent Sur Sevre, 85290 Mortagne Sur Sevre,
France. Telex: 710 855F. Phone: (51) 67 83 01. (WK 20/TOFAS 0186)
WHEAT, SOYBEAN OIL, COTTON (BANGLADESH). Wants grade U.S. No. 2 soft red winter or
white wheat in bulk; soybean oil (refined) in drum; and raw cotton (staple length 1"
to 1 1/4"). Bank ref: Sonali Bank, Dhaka, United Commercial Bank Ltd, Dhaka.
CONTACT: MD. Ali Ashraf, Kamerad Ltd, 65/66 Motijheel Commercial Area, Dhaka Chamber
Building (Third Floor), Dhaka-2, Bangladesh. Telex: 6424 18 DCC91. Cable:
KAMERAD, DHAKA. (WK 20/TOFAS 0043)
WINE (SINGAPORE). Wants 100 cases of good quality. Packaging: 0.7L. Delivery:
to be confirmed. Bank ref: Development Bank of Singapore. CONTACT: Johnny Goh,
Winecraft Distributors Pte., 03-30 Ruby Warehouse Complex, 8 Kaki Bukit Rd. 2,
Singapore, 1440. Telex: RS35530. Phone: 7481042/7481082/7481092. (WK 20/TOFAS
MARKET DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES
SAUDIFOOD 85 TO BE HELD IN RIYADH, FEBRUARY 10-14
SaudiFood 85, the third International Food and Equipment exhibition for Saudi Arabia,
will be held in Riyadh, February 10-14, 1985, in conjunction with the first SaudiFood
Processing and Packaging show, created specifically for the rapidly expanding Arab
SaudiFood again will provide trade buyers in Saudi Arabia with their only opportunity
to see the entire food, catering and equipment industries under one roof. National
groups and individual companies planning to exhibit at the show already are
requesting larger sites than in 1983, when all exhibition space had been allocated by
September 1982, nearly five months before the show opened.
Buyers attending SaudiFood will represent the major sectors of the industry,
including importers and wholesalers, supermarkets, department stores, retail outlets.
food processors, hotel and restaurants, government agencies, schools, hospitals,
armed forces, oil and construction industries, contract caterers, airline and
Further information can be obtained from Eileen Lavine, Information Services, Inc.,
4733 Bethesda Ave., Suite 735, Bethesda, MD 20814; (301) 656-2942.
NATIONAL EXPOSITION OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS
Now just a year away, the second biennial NASDA National Food and Agriculture
Exposition will be held April 22-24, 1985, in Kansas City, Missouri. The show will
again be co-sponsored by the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture
and the Foreign Agricultural Service of USDA.
Last year the show drew about 1,100 foreign buyers from 76 countries and 410 U.S.
exhibitors from 42 states and Puerto Rico. Over 1,500 foreign buyers and 500
exhibitors are expected to attend the Kansas City event. The 1985 show will feature
value-added products from the food, seed, nursery, and forest product industries.
For more information about the 1985 exposition, contact F. Farrell Higbee, Suite 710,
1616 H Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20006. Telephone: (202) 628-1566.
MINI-SHOW SERIES IN JIDDA
The Agricultural Trade Officer in Jidda is planning to have a series of Mini Shows
starting early in 1984. A mini show will be held about every two months in Jidda,
the country's most important commercial center, then moved to Dhahran for the Gulf
Coast trade. All importers having expressed an interest in the product you send will
be invited to the show. The package should be clearly marked "SAMPLE" and the kind
of product must contain no pork or pork products or liquor of any kind. There is no
charge for the Mini-Show other than the cost of samples and postage. If you are
interested in introducing your product to Saudi Arabian importers, take advantage of
the Mini-Show program. Send a sample of the products you wish displayed together
with brochures and price lists to: Agricultural Trade Office, American Embassy, APO
New York 09697. For further information contact Jerry Kuhl, ATO on Jidda, Telex:
404-683, USATO SJ or by mail at the address listed above.
VIEW AUSTRALIA 85 EXHIBITION
From April 6th 14th 1985, an international exhibition for wines, spirits and
alcoholic beverages will be held in Melbourne, Australia. The organizers are
estimating trade attendance of 12,000 (60% Australia and 40% foreign visitors)
and 80,000 general public. Four of the nine days of the exhibition will be
set aside for trade only visitors. An international panel will also conduct a
wine judging. A 10% discount is offered to exhibitors signing up for space
prior to March 1, 1984. Further details may be obtained from Mr. Johnnie
Walker, Director, View Australia Management Pty. Ltd., Exhibition House, 102
Chapel Street, East Street Kidda 3183, Melbourne, Australia.
INTERNATIONAL HOTEL, CATERING EQUIPMENT AND TOURISM EXHIBITION
The International Hotel, Catering Equipment and Tourism Exhibition will take
place April 9 13, 1985 in Jakarta. The exhibition is supported by the
Directorate-General of Tourism in Indonesia, as well as by the Indonesian
Investment Coordinating Board and the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and
Industry, and is put on by the Overseas Exhibition Services of London, part of
the Andry Montgomery Group. The show will feature food and beverages as well
as other items of interest to the hotel and tourism industries. U.S.
companies requesting further information should contact: Elizabeth Sillars,
Overseas Exhibition Services, 11 Manchester Square, London W1M5AB.
Telephone: 01-486-1951; Telex 24591 MONTEX G.
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Visa Information for Certain Mideast Countries
Bahrain Commercial travelers going to Bahrain are generally able to obtain a
72 hour transit vist at the Immigration Desk at the Airport upon arrival.
If a long-term visa is required, the commercial traveler must submit an NOC
(No Objection Certificate) from the Bahraini Foreign Ministry to the Bahraini
Embassy in Washington before a visa can be issued. To obtain the NOC, the
U.S. Embassy must prepare and submit a diplomatic note and be prepared to
pursue in event of any questions. At least 10 working days are required to
obtain the NOC. Because of the burden this process places on the U.S. Embassy
staff, commercial visitors are urged to obtain the 72-hour transit visas at
Dubai The Dubai Sheraton Hotel will obtain airport visas for travelers who
stay at the hotel during their sojourn in Dubai. It takes five days for the
hotel's visa applications to be processed.
People To People International Trip
The 1984/85 Maryland delegation of People to People International has planned
itinerary to Peking, Shanghai, Moscow and Helsinki for May 4 9, 1985
(approximate dates). Purposes are to promote goodwill, have meetings with
counterparts, explore markets, and sightseeing. For information, contact
delegation leader Dennis Ignasias, International Programs Office, University
of Maryland Eastern Shore, Princess Anne, Maryland 21853. Phone: (301)
651-2200, 651-2221, 651-2222.
Notice of Foreign Proposals Concerning Standards in Agriculture. As required
of all signatories to the GATT Standards Code, the following notifications of
foreign proposed standards-related rules have been provided for the
information and comment of interested agencies and firms. The Technical
Office invites inquiries from anyone who believes that any of the proposed
regulations notified under this heading could cause a trade problem. From
time to time we also receive information through our embassies in foreign
countries, as is the case this week. Request for copies or questions can be
referred to Carolyn Wilson, USDA Technical Office, Room 5530 South Agriculture
Building, Washington, D.C. 20250; or phone (202) 382-1318. Anyone interested
in commenting on the proposals should include the TBT Notification Number in
EC TBT Notification 84.77. The Commission of the European Communities has
proposed a Council Directive (product covered food packaging material)
establishing the list of simulants to be used for testing migration of the
constituents of plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact
with foodstuffs. The objective and rationale for the proposal is consumer
protection. Final date for comments is July 16, 1984.
Finland TBT Notification 84.80. The Finnish Ministry of Agriculture and
Forestry has proposed requirements (product covered nursery plant products)
for commercial qualifications of nursery products. The objective and
rationale for the proposal is to ensure quality. Final date for comments is
June 20, 1984.
Norway TBT Notification 84.82. The Norwegian Ministry of Agriculture has
proposed a regulation (product covered processed fruits and vegetables)
concerning vegetables and fruit which have been preserved by adding sugar,
salt, freezing, heating, canning or otherwise. There are provisions on
production, additives, contaminants, packing, labelling control, etc. The
regulation is based on standards developed by CODEX Alimintarius with some
deviations (mainly for food additives). The objective and rationale for the
proposal are quality control and consumer protection. Final date for comments
is June 30, 1984.
Canada TBT Notification 84.83. The Canadian Department of National Health
and Welfare has proposed an amendment (product covered pesticides) to the
Food and Drug Regulations which would reduce or delete the maximum residue
limits allowed for the pesticides Dicholran, Diphenylamine and Toxaphene on
certain foods. The objective and rationale for the proposal is health
protection. Final date for comments is June 20, 1984.
Peoples Republic of China. The Technical Office recently received a copy of
PRC's newly published regulations on inspection of Import/Export Commodities.
The regulations were enacted with a view to strengthening the inspection of
import and export commodities, protecting the legal rights and interests of
the parties involved in foreign trade, and upholding the state's prestige so
as to promote the development of production and foreign trade, and serve
China's economic construction.
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