Export briefs


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Export briefs
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United States -- Agricultural Information and Marketing Services
United States -- Foreign Agricultural Service. -- Export Promotion Division
United States -- Foreign Agricultural Service. -- Export Trade Services Division
Export Trade Services Division, Foreign Agricultural Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Place of Publication:
Washington, D.C


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Export marketing -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
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Vols. for <Feb. 2, 1979>-Jan. 15, 1982 issued by: Export Trade Services Division; Jan. 22, 1982-19 issued by Export Promotion Division; <July 4-10, 1985-> by: Agricultural Information and Marketing Services.
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Description based on: Feb. 2, 1979; title from caption.

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University of Florida
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The follow ing 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.

Sept. 26, 1983

Frozen poultry tender (Egypt). Requests bids for tender No. 5 ('83/'84) for
15,000 tons plus or minus 10% frozen chickens. Committee is entitled to
increase or decrease the quantity as may find suitable. Shipped to arrive at
Egyptian Ports during Dec. 1983/Jan. & Feb. 1984 in equal consignments.
Conditions and specs available against payment of due fees taking into
consideration ministerial decree # 1036/1978 and its amendments and # 120/1982
concerning the commercial agency. Copy of the taxation card must be coupled
with the submitted offer. Offers to be submitted latest noon Monday, Oct. 3,
1983. Offers must be made through an Egyptian agent. CONTACT: Gen. Auth.
Supply Commodities, Pur. Committee Animal Products, 24, Gomhoria Street,
Cairo, Egypt. TELEX: 92062 ESTRAM-UN. CABLE: ESTRAM. (WK 37/TOFAS 0320)

Canned foods (Barbados). Wants canned vegetables, canned fruits and other
food commodities, mixed container loads. Packaging to be arranged with
suppliers. Private labels in English. Quote CIF. Wishes to contact U.S.
canners/packers of canned vegetables consisting of baked beans, etc. Canned
fruit and other food commodities under private label for Hanschell Inniss
Harrisons. Initially would like to find out what size products could be made
available as well as terms and quotations. Bank ref: Canadian Imperial Bank
of Commerce, Broad St., Bridgetown, Barbados, W.I. CONTACT: Messrs. Roger
Perkins & David Gill (Marketing Directors), Hanschell Inniss Harrisons, P.O.
Box 143, Bridgetown, Barbados, W.I. TELEX:- 2301 COCKSPUR WB. CABLE:
"HANIN" BARBADOS. Phone: 809-42-64495/63544. (WK 37/TOFAS 0096)

Instant powdered skim milk tender (Algeria). Tender deadline Sept 30'83.
Wants instant powdered skim milk, 42,000 cases. Technical specs: protein: 34%
(2% more or less), lactose: 50% (2% more or less), fats: less than .8%,
minerals: max. 9%, moisture: 3% max., enriched polyvitamins. Purchase to be
packaged in cases containing 24 packages each weighing 500 gr + or 10%.
Deliveries from Dec'83-Dec'84, buyers schedule. Prices to be quoted FOB
stowed on board indicate port of embarkation & C&F liner terms Algerian
Ports. Payment on first presentation of documents to Banque Nationale
Algerienne. No bids by cable or telex. All bids valid for 90 days

Issued weekly by the Export Promotion Division, Foreign Agricultural Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture,
Room 4945 South Building, Washington, D.C. 20250.

from closing date. Manufacturers and producers only. Suppliers must provide
statutes of company; list of stockholders or partners; tax status in Algeria
and country head office located; balance sheets 2 years; list of company's
head managers; the breakdown of capitol if the tenderer is limited company.
Tenders drawn up in 2 copies and sent in 2 anonymous wax-sealed envelopes
with only "Appel D'Offres Lait Instantane Ne Pas Ouvrir" tender # 016 and no
indication of who bidder is on external envelope. CONTACT: Direction Des
Approvisionnements, ONACO, 29, Rue Larbi Ben M'Hiji, Alger, Algeria. TELEX:
52 850/52 851/52 987/53 236 ONACO DZ. Phone: 64 02 75/76/77. (WK 37/TOFAS

Apples, pears (Bahrain). Wants apples, 8,000 cartons, red, extra fancy, 110,
113, 125 count per carton. Also wants 4,000 cartons Grade A pears. Packed
in cartons of 55-60 count. Delivery ASAP. Quotations CIF & C&F. Bank ref:
Arab United Bank. CONTACT: A. Jalil Al Khoor, A. Jalil Essa Al Khoor &
Sons, Box 20187, Manama, Bahrain. TELEX: 9514 AEK BN. Phone: 253843 and
693988. (WK 37/TOFAS 0194)

Yellow tomato seeds (Japan). Wants seeds of yellow tomatoes for hydroponic
production. Trial shipment of four pounds and expected to be increased in
subsequent shipments. Top quality. Appropriate packaging for export.
Immediate delivery by air shipment. USDA phyto-sanitary certificate is
required. Quote C&F. Bank ref: Mitsui Bank Akasaka Branch, Tokyo.
CONTACT: Takao Shioda, President, Sanno Boeki Ltd., c/o Akasaka Sanno Bldg,
14-1, Akasaka 1-Chome, Minato-Ku, Tokyo, Japan. TELEX: 242-5110 SANBO. (WK
37/ST 0727)

Grocery items (Taiwan). Wants jam and preserves, snack items, dessert mixes,
candy and other confectionery products, speciality foods, canned, and
processed foods, 20 foot container. Packed in tins, cans or bag. Delivery
one month. Quote CIF, C&F or FOB. Bank ref: Overseas Chinese Commercial
Bank Corporation, Taipei Head Office and The Medium Business Bank of Taiwan,
Ta-Tao-Cheng Branch, Taipei. CONTACT: James Tsai, President, Long Green
Trading Co., Ltd., 6F, Taipei Hanlin Bldg, 90-2, Ho Ping East Road, Section
2, Taipei, Taiwan. TELEX: 25596 LONGTSAI. CABLE: LONGTSAI. (WK 37/ST

Onion (Taiwan). Wants Washington fiesta onions, 500 tons, U.S. Grade number
1, per 20 ft door off container with pallets for ventilation, load 500 bags,
50 lbs per bag. Delivery ASAP. Quote CIF. Bank ref: The Dai-Ichi Kangyo
Bank, Ltd., The Chang Hwa Commercial Bank, Ltd. CONTACT: H.L. Huang, Grace
Union Trading Co. Ltd., P.O. Box 966, Taipei, Taiwan. TELEX: 22755
GRACEUNI. Phone: (02)5541-1523. (WK 37/ST 5385)

Coconut oil (Egypt). Wants crude coconut oil or palm kernel oil for soap
manufacturing. Quantity: 6,000 mt/year. Quality: Grade A. Packaging: In
new steel drums. Delivery ASAP. Firm seeks agency representation to bid on
behalf of U.S. firms in forthcoming large tenders. Quotations FOB & C&F.
CONTACT: Bassem I. Shafik, Manager, Continental Commercial Agencies (C.C.A),
15 Esa, El-Masry St., Smouha, P.O. Box 3042, Alexandria, Egypt. TELEX: 54670
CONTI UN. CABLE: CCNTI ALEXADNRIA. Phone: 582170 and 855467. (WK 37/ST

Beef tallow (Egypt). Wants edible beef tallow 30,000 mt yearly and inedible
beef tallow, 60,000 mt yearly. Quality: Grade A. Packaging in new steel
drums. Delivery ASAP. Firm seeks agency representation to bid on behalf of
U.S firms in forthcoming large tenders. Quotations FOB and C&F. CONTACT:
Bassem I. Shaik, Manager, Continental Commercial Agencies (C.C.A), 15 Esam
El-Masry St., Smouha, P.O. Box 3042, Alexandria, Egypt. TELEX: 54670 CONTI
UN. CABLE: CONTI ALEXANDRIA. Phone: 852170 and 855467. (Wk 37/ST 0844)

Soybean, cottonseed and sunflower seed oils (Egypt). Wants fully refined
soybean oil, fully refined cottonseed oil, and fully refined sunflower oil.
Quantity: 50,000 metric tons/year. Quality: Grade A. Also wants 100,000
mt yearly of Grade A, semi refined cottonseed oil and crude sunflower seed
oil in bulk. Packed for all products in new steel drums. Delivery ASAP.
Firms seeks agency representation to bid on behalf of U.S.firms on
forthcoming large tenders. Quotations FOB & C&F. CONTACT: Bassem I.
Shafik, Manager, Continental Commercial Agencies (C.C.A), 15 Esam El-Masry
St., Smouha, P.O. Box 3042, Alexandria, Egypt. TELEX: 54670 CONTI UN.
CABLE: CONTI ALEXANDRIA. Phone: 852170 and 855467. (WK 37/ST 0846)

Corn (Egypt). Wants yellow corn, 1,000-5,000 mt, No. 2 or better.
Packaging: bulk. Delivery ASAP. Quotations CIF Alexandria, Egypt. Bank
ref: Misr International Bank, Cairo. CONTACT: Mahmoud Taher Zaher,
Interpass Est., 28, Jaddah St., El-Mohandseen, Cairo, Egypt. TELEX: 92939.
(WK 37/TOFAS 0327)

Poultry, coffee, sugar, lunch meats, corn beef milk powder (Belgium). Wants
frozen chicken: islamic killed or not islamic killed; coffee: 12,000 metric
tons/year; sugar: quality A2, bags of 50 kilo's, large quantity; lunch
meat: sausage-type meat, tins of about 1,800 grams; corn beef: small and
large tins; milk powder: (a) non-fat and (b) fat, in bags of 25 and/or 50
kilo's, 2 containers/year; chemical manure: DAP, large quantity. Prices:
FOB/US and/or CIF Europort. CONTACT: Willy Dega-De Breuck, DEGA
International, Aalmoezenierstraat 56-58, B-2000 Antwerp/Belgium. TELEX:
73420. (WK 37/TOFAS 0005)

Deer horns and antlers (Hong Kong). Wants Alaska hard deer horns and deer
velvet antlers. Hard deer horn: 15 tons, deer velvet antlers: 2 tons,
ungraded. Packed in cartons/wooden cases. Delivery ASAP. Quotations CIF
Hong Kong. Bank ref: Belgian Bank. CONTACT: Buddy Lam, N.H.K.
International Co, Ltd, Rm. 806, Welland Building, 368 Queen's Road, Central,
Hong Kong. TELEX: 83349 NEWHK HX. Phone: 5-440300, 5-440464, 5-440493.
(WK 37/TOFAS 0218)

Ox gallstones (Hong Kong). Wants ox gallstones, 10 kilos each month, 50%
whole, 50% broken pieces. Packed in polybags then tin or wooden boxes with
raw cotton, one kg per tin. Delivery ASAP. Quote CIF Hong Kong. Bank ref:
Belgian Bank. CONTACT: Buddy Lam, N.H.K. International Co., Ltd, Rm. 806,
Welland Building, 368 Queen's Road, Central, Hong Kong. TELEX: 83349 NEWHK
HX. Phone: 5-440300, 5-440464, 5-440493. (WK 37/TOFAS 0219)

Carrots (England). Wants container loads of best quality, carrots.
Packaging: 48 X 1 lb and loose. Quotations: CIF, London. Bank ref:
Coutts and Co. Ltd, Strand, London WC2. CONTACT: A. Ballantine, A.K.
Ballantine Limited, Guildford Road, Pirbright, Woking, Surrey GU24 OBX,
England. CABLE: FRUITFUL LONDON. Phone: 048 67 2364. (WK 37/TOFAS 0177)

Garlic and onion puree (England). Wants best quality garlic and onion puree
in ton lots. Packaging: bulk. Delivery ASAP. Quotations CIF, UK Port.
Bank ref: National Westminster Bank Ltd, Belgravia, London W1. CONTACT:
R.A. Stone, Charles Gordon Associates, Hoe House, Peaslake, Guildford, Surrey
GU5 9SR, England. TELEX: 859500 REF C/081. Phone: 0306 730776. (WK
37/TOFAS 0190)

Pistachio Kernels (W. Germany). Wants peeled, fresh, green pistachio
kernels. Quantity: 2 tons per month. Quality: fresh green color; contents
of aflatoxins to be zero. Packaging: cartons of 10 kg net. Quotations: C&F
Hamburg, import duty unpaid. Bank ref: Bayerische Vereinsbank AG, 8650
Kulmbach. CONTACT: Mr. Kuehne/ Mrs. Orth, Raps & Co., Gewuerzwerk,
Adalbert-Rap-Str. 1, 8650 Kulmbach, W. Germany. TELEX: 642 540. Phone:
9221--80721. (WK 37/TOFAS 0092)

Horticultural plants (W. Germany). Wants to import horticultural and nursery
stock. Bank ref: Commerzbank AG, Kaiserstr. 26, 5200 Siegburg, W. Germany.
CONTACT: Udo Bungard, Blumen & Garten-Center, Ahrens & Sieberz
Grossversandgaertnerei Baumschulen, Postfach 1000, 5200 Siegburg 1, W.
Germany. Phone: 2242-3011. (WK 37/TOFAS 0093)

Cotton linters (Mexico). Wants 1,800 mt/month, first, second cuts and
millrun, in bales of 285 kgs. The bales must be completely covered with jute
cotton cloth packing, bales must not be covered with polyethylene or plastic
packing. FOB Brownsville, Texas. CONTACT: Ing. Jose Maria Gonzalez,
Celanese Mexicana, S.A., Avenida Revolucion 1452, Codigo Postal 01040,
Mexico, D.F. TELEX: 01772431. Phone: (905) 548-6990.

Geese and duck (Canada). Wants frozen whole duck and geese, about 45,000
Ibs. per month. Packaging: 28-30 lb. boxes. Destination Europe. Quotations
CIF U.S. dollars Rotterdam or London. CONTACT: Carl Martin-Harris,
Grovecourt Trading Company, 500 Duplex Ave., Suite 2306, Toronto, Ontario,
M4R 1Z6, Canada. Phone: (416) 484-4208. (WK 37/TOFAS 0112)

Rice (France). Wants rice, from 10 to 20 tons, long grain. Packed in bags
of 50 kilos. Delivery ASAP. French labelling. Quotations CIF Le Havre.
Bank ref: Societe Generale, Paris, France. CONTACT: Mrs. Emmanuele
Mandoude Mader, Man-Import, 10, Rue De Lorraine, 75019 Paris, France.
TELEX: 215 284F DRAGOR. Phone: (1) 209 53-63. (WK 37/TOFAS 0066)

Dry seal, sea lion, and sea elephant male reproduction organ (Hong Kong).
Wants a few hundred kilos each of the above. Quality: ungraded. Packed in
polybag then carton. Delivery ASAP. Quotations CIF Hong Kong. Bank ref:
Belgian Bank. CONTACT: Buddy Lam, N.H.K. International Co., Ltd., Rm. 806,
Welland Building, 368 Queen's Road, Central, Hong Kong. TELEX: 83349 NEWHK
HX. Phone: 5-440300, 5-440464, 5-440493. (WK 37/TOFAS 0220)

Grocery items (Japan). Wants food for supermarket such as corn, asparagus
and jam, average quality. Delivery as soon as arrangements can be made.
Prefers suppliers to be in either Los Angeles or San Francisco. Quote CIF
Kobe or Yokohama. Bank ref: Nippon Saiken Shinyo Bank, Fukuoka Branch,


14-18 Tenjin 1-Chome, Chuo-Ku, Fukuoka City, Japan 810. CONTACT: Shigeru
Imura, Manager, Import & Overseas Marketing Dept., Kotobukiya Co., Ltd., c/o
Kotobuki Bldg., 3-3 Honjo 3-Chome, Kumamoto City, 860 Japan. TELEX: 762522
KTBKY. Phone: 0963-66-3111. (WK 37/TOFAS 0339)

Live steers (W. Germany). Wants steers age 1 1/2 years, average weight 770
pounds. Quantity: 300 animals per month for air delivery to Ryadh, Saudi
Arabia. Quotations FOB Riyadh. Delivery immediately. Bank ref: First
National Bank, Texas and Deutsche Bank AG Munich. CONTACT: Donna Sotelo,
Sotelo & La Rose, Aarchgrabenplatz 3, 8000 Muenich 40. Phone: 89-3611062.
(WK 37/TOFAS 0094)

Seeds & edible nuts (Japan). Wants (a) seeds of avocadoes, (b) sunflower,
(c) safflower and (d) various raw nuts. Trial shipment of 1,000 kg for each
item. Top quality, samples and USDA phyto-sanitary certificates for each
item are required. Item (a) will be 'used for oil extraction, while items b,
c, d will be used in production of confections and snack foods. Appropriate
packaging for export. Quotations CIF Tokyo, immediate delivery for air
shipment. Bank ref: Okazaki Shinkin Bank, Okazaki. CONTACT: Ms. Yumiko
Honda, Airin Company, Ltd., 1-5 Aza Okiorido, Myodaiji-Cho, Okazaki-Shi,
Aichi-Ken, Japan. TELEX: 4537403 AIRINJ. CABLE: "AIRIN" Okazaki. Phone:
(0564)52-(6010). (Wk 37/TOFAS 0739)

Seafoods, canned or cured (Japan). Wants canned liver of devilfish, 5,000
cases per year, top quality. Liver must be cooked with water. Packed in 200
grams can (net weight 180 grams of solid portion), 24 cans to a case.
Quotations: C&F, immediate delivery by surface shipment. Bank ref: City
Bank Kobe Branch, Kobe. CONTACT: Junichi Sasano, Volcano Foods Industry Co.
Ltd, c/o Anwa Nihonbashi Honcho Bldg, 3-9-5, Nihonbashi Hon-Cho, Chuo-Ku,
Tokyo. TELEX: 5623-131 NICHIMA. Phone: (246)2481. (WK 37/TOFAS 0744)

Racing pigeons (Japan). Wants pure white racing pegions, 500 pigeons per
year (about 50 pigeons per shipment). Best quality. Pigeons should have
Pedigree certificate. Appropriate cages for export by surface shipment.
Quotations: FOB, immediate delivery. Bank ref: Joto Shinyo Kinko Kowa
Branch, Tokyo. CONTACT: Fumio Ise, Vantage Co., Ltd., 1-10-18,
Minami-Koiwa, Edogawa, Tokyo. Phone: (650)2125. (WK 37/TOFAS 0745)
Foreign Trade Developments

TOKYO FOOD EXHIBIT. Members of the processed food industry are urged to
signify their interest in an American food exhibit at the Hotel, Restaurant,
Institutional food show in Tokyo, March 12-16, 1984. This will be an
opportunity to enter the rapidly expanding Japanese Market and only fifty
(50) booths will be available on a "first-come, first served" basis. Because
of this limitation on the number of exhibitors, interested participants are
urged to contact Foreign Agricultural Service without delay. The
participation fee is $1,000.00. If interested in receiving further details,
contact Ed Heslop at (202) 475-3408, or write:

Export Programs Division
Foreign Agricultural Service
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Room 4945-South Building
Washington, D.C. 20250

The Agricultural Trade Officer in Jidda is planning to have a series of Mini
Shows staring early in 1984. A Mini-Sow 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 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 the samples and postage. If you are interested in
introducing your product to Saudi Arabian importers, take advantage of the
Mini-Show Program. Send a smaple 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
in Jidda, Telex: 404-683, USATO SJ or by mail at the address listed above.

Korean Trade Mission November 27 December 3, 1983, Southern U.S. Trade
Association (SUSTA), in cooperation with the State Departments of Agriculture
of the 15 southern states and Puerto Rico, will carry out a trade mission in
this valuable market to take advantage of the excellent sales opportunities
that exist. The sales mission will consist of a maximum of seven (7) people:
six (6) cattle exporters and a team leader, Donald Joyner, Livestock
Specialist, Virginia Department of Agriculture. The teams itinerary will
include meetings with the Government of Korea cattle importing agencies,
visits to cattle farms, and a reception, which will be attended by over forty
(40) people involved in Korea's cattle industry.

In calendar year, 1982, the Government of Korea (G.O.K.) imported nearly 10
million dollars worth of U.S. cattle. According to Agricultural Trade
Officers, Korea has maintained this strong buying trend and will most
probably secure 50,000 head of cattle in calendar year 1984. Primarily.
interested in cooler climate breeds of cattle such as Charolais and
Herefords, however tenders have been issued for Brahman and Santa Gertrudis
animals. As far as the dairy breeds are concerned, Korea has favored the
Holstein breed.

Special travel arrangements have been made by a New Orleans travel agency.
Round trip airfare and 6-day hotel accommodations in Seoul will cost $1497.
This rate is good for many cities throughout the south. CONTACT: Ben
Jabbour, Southern United States Trade Association, International Trade Mart,
Suite 338, New Orleans, Louisiana 70103. Phone: (504) 568-5986. TELEX:
584319 SUSTA NLN. CABLE: SUSTA, New Orleans


The tradeletter, CONTACTS for U.S. Farm Products, is an export promotion
service offered FREE by the Foreign Agricultural Service to help American
companies introduce agricultural products to foreign markets. The CONTACTS
provides names and addresses of U.S. suppliers and a brief description of the
agricultural products they offer. CONTACTS is designed to help publicize the
availability of U.S. agricultural products and services in foreign markets.

The CONTACTS tradeletter will allow a U.S. supplier to advertise their
product or service in a free 100 word or less trade announcement. The
newsletter is transmitted overseas monthly to our Agricultural Officers where
they distribute it to agricultural importers. In addition, the newsletter is
translated into Japanese, Spanish, French, Italian, and Greek. If you would
like to participate in this program contact the marketing representative with
your State Department of Agriculture, or call (202) 447-7103 for further
information on how to participate in the CONTACTS program. While preference
for participation in this program is given to new-to-market products and
new-to-export firms, all firms are invited to participate.


Through the use of computer technology, the Foreign Agricultural Service can
provide you with mailing lists of U.S. food exporters or potential foreign
food importers. The domestic and foreign data bases have been under
development for the last two years and are being constantly updated. For a
nominal service charge we can provide you with the names, addresses,
telephone numbers and telex numbers of domestic exporters and potential
foreign importers for a wide range of commodities. If you would like more
information please write to the address below and indicate your preference
for foreign or domestic data. In supplying the mailing lists, the Department
of Agriculture and the Foreign Agricultural Service does not guarantee
reliability of the domestic suppliers or foreign importers.

Foreign Agricultural Service
Export Programs Division, Room 4945-S
TORS Mailing Lists
Washington, D.C. 20250
(202) 447-7103


In an effort to provide our subscribers with more comprehensive information we
have included a listing of several divisions of the Foreign Agricultural
Service. If you have a commodity-specific question concerning a marketing or
analytical related problem please contact the specific Commodity and Marketing
Programs division for assistance. If you are concerned about trade issues
concerning product acceptance in a country or a trade policy related question
please contact the appropriate division in International Trade Policy.



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