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-'/im- 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.
October 10, 1983
Corn (Panama). Wants 200,000 quintals corn, best quality. Packed in jute
bags. Delivery ASAP. Phytosanitary certificates from country of origin.
Quote CIF Panama. Bank ref: Banco General De Panama. CONTACT: Ignacio De
Gracia P., Royal Independent Inc. De Panama, Calle 61A, Obarrio, Casa No. 40,
Panama. TELEX: 3406 AB-FAAGRA-PG. Phone: 64-2013/648992. (WK 39/TOFAS 0145)
Whey powder, lactose, skim milk powder (Netherlands). Wants whey powder,
lactose, skim milk powder, both for human/animal consumption. .Quotations
FOB. Bank ref: NMB-Amersfoort. CONTACT: Vereugdenhil B.V., P.O. Box 28,
3780 BA Voorthuizen, Netherlands. TELEX: 47633. Phone: 03429-2434. (WK
Hides and skins (France). Wants wet salted untanned hides, calf skins 7/11
kg, cow skins 50/26 kg, 500 mt, premium quality. Packaging: pallets.
Delivery ASAP. Quotations FOB Le Havre. Banka ref: Societe Generale, Lepic
Abbesses 75018 Paris. CONTACT: Mr. Picquenot, Crice International, 16, Rue
Constance, 75018 Paris, France. TELEX: 643 610F. Phone: (1) 252 84-84 or
(1) 523 25 85. (WK 39/TOFAS 0403)
Corn tender (Egypt). Requests bids for tender no. 20/1983 for supplying
150,000 mt, 5% more or less of yellow or white corn latest crop, 75,000 mt,
arrival during November and 75,000 mt, arrival up to December 15, 1983.
Committee is entitled to increase or decrease the quantity. Offers to be
submitted latest noon on Wednesday, October 12, 1983. Conditions and
specifications to be obtained against payment of L.E. 5 per copy. Ministerial
decrees no. 1036, 120 should be complied with. Offers must be made through an
Egyptian agent. CONTACT: Gen. Authority for Supply Comm., Purchasing Comm.
for Grains and Products, 24, Gomhoria Street, Cairo, Egypt. TELEX: 92062
ESTRAM-UN. CABLE ESTRAM. (WK 39/TOFAS 0341)
Soybean oil (New Zealand). Wants soybean oil, container lots, USDA grade A
for manufacturing. Packed in 55 gallon drums. Delivery ASAP. Quotations C&F
Auckland. Bank ref: National Bank of New Zealand, International Department,
Gene Batten Place, Auckland. CONTACT: A.C. Tony Beattie, Directus, P.O. Box
2025, Auckland, New Zealand. TELEX: 60362 DIRINT. Phone: AUCKLAND 31565.
(WK 39/TOFAS 0159)
Issued weekly by the Export Promotion Division, Foreign Agricultural Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture,
Room 4945 South Building, Washington, D.C. 20250.
Tomato juice concentrate (New Zealand). Wants 32 brix tomato juice
concentrate, container lots. Packed in 55 U.S. gallon drums or bulk aseptic
packs. Delivery ASAP. Quotations C&F Sydney, Australia. Bank ref: National
Bank of New Zealand, International Department, Gene Batten Place, Auckland.
CONTACT: A.C. Tony Beattie, Directus, P.O. Box 2025, Auckland, New Zealand.
TELEX: 60362 DIRINT. Phone: AUCKLAND 31565. (WK 39/TOFAS 0160)
Fresh Idaho potatoes (Thailand). Interested in fresh Idaho potatoes for
baking purposes. CIF quotations desired. Bank ref: Laem Thong Bank, Ltd.,
289 Surawongse Road, Bangkok 10500. CONTACT: Charles Grossrieder, Chef,
Dusit Thani Hotel, Rama IV Road, Saladaeng, Bangkok 10500, Thailand. TELEX:
81170 DUSIGEL TH. (WK 39/TOFAS 0007)
Raisins (Denmark). Wants raisins, 200-250 tons annually, top and medium, bags
150 gr, carton of 15 kg. Delivery: first shipment soonest. Quote FOB. Bank
ref: Handelsbanken, 49 Store Kongensgade, Copenhagen. CONTACT: P. Tonning,
Steenton Aps, 20 Soelvgade, Dk-1307, Copenhagen K., Denmark. TELEX: 16542
PETON KL. Phone: (01) 13 24 42. (WK 39/TOFAS 0176)
Soybean meal (Egypt). Wants soybean meal, 7200 mt/year, grade A. Delivery:
in equal consignments of 600 mt/month starting October. Quote CIF
Alexandria. CONTACT: Gabriel Farah, Manager, British Egyptian Hatcheries
Co., 1 Dr. Sabongi St., Fleming, P.O. Box 1763, Alexandria, Egypt. TELEX:
54515 DAOID. Phone: 960494. (WK 39/ST. 0891)
Walnut, oak, ash veneers (Egypt). Wants 100,00 square meters of walnut, oak,
and ash veneers. Quantity 50,000 sqm walnut; 40,000 sqm oak; 10,000 sqm ash.
Dimensions: length: 1.5 meters and up, width: 15 cms and up. Thickness:
.5-.6 cms. Price quotations requested CIF Alexandria. CONTACT: Ahmed Adel
El-Miligi, Bureau Ahmed Adel El-Miligi, 9, Alfred Lian St., Roushdi,
Alexandria, Egypt. TELEX: 54180 COMALX UN ATT: EL-MILIGI. Phone: 844285.
(WK 39/ST. 0894)
Cattle and sheep feet, turkey tails (Ivory Coast). Wants cattle and sheep
feet and turkey tails, 30-40 mt, packets of 5 & 10 kilos. Depends on the time
required, information will be furnished. Quote CIF Abidjan. CONTACT: Adou
Assale, Beke, 09 B. P. 66, Adidjan 09, Ivory Coast. TELEX: 42179. Phone:
36-77-35. (WK 39/TOFAS 0136)
Sugar (Spain). Wants sugar, refined; 50,000 mt, grantlated 99.7/99 and
polarization. Packaging: 50-kilg jute bags. Quotations: FOB. Delivery
ASAP. Bank ref: Hispano Americano (Main Office), Alicnte. CONTACT: Carlgs
Martinez, Comarinpevnccional, C.A., Jorge Juan, 6-Alicfte, Spain. TELEX:
6404 CMDC E. Phone: (651 20 02 10. (WK 39/TOFAS 0075)
Oils (W. Germany). Wants vegetable, soya and other oils. Container load or
more monthly. Standard quality. Packaging drums. Delivery immediately.
Quotations: C&F Lome Togo. Bank ref: Westdeutsche Landesbank, 4600
Dortmund. CONTACT: Peter Stoeber, SOTODIM, P.O. Box 1650, 5790 Brilon.
TELEX: 84 606 STBBD. Phone: 2961-8671. (WK 39/TOFAS 0097)
Ginseng (W. Germany). Wants ginseng roots (panax quinquefolium), wild or
cultivated, several kilos at the start, not treated with chemicals. Delivery
ASAP. Quotations: CIF Hamburg. Bank ref: Dresdner Bank Ag, Grosse Str. 41,
2070 Ahrensburg. CONTACT: Joachim Mathias, China Kraeuter Ahrensburg GmbH,
Kurt Fischer Str. 39, 2070 Ahrensburg, W. Germany. Phone: (4102) 43158. (WK
White and red oak (W. Germany). Wants white and red oak, sawnwood, square
edged. Quality: Grade 1. Packaging: container. Quotations: CIF European
port. Bank ref: Sparkasse, 4406 Drensteinfurt 1. CONTACT: Bans Wessel,
Wessel GMBH & Co., Kg, Buerener Str. 57, 4406 Drensteinfurt 1, Germany.
TELEX: 892400. Phone: 2508-8687. (WK 39/TOFAS 0096)
Peanuts (Italy). Wants raw shelled peanuts, 50-200 mt, runner 40/60.
Packaging: in 50 kilos or 100 lbs bags. Delivery ASAP. Requirements: peanuts
must be free of aflatoxin. Quotations: CIF Italian port. 3ank ref: Chase
Manhattan Bank, Rome, Italy. CONTACT: Pierluigi Tancredi, Barzetti S.P.A.,
Via Barberini 86/12B, 00187 Roma, Italy. TELEX: 613469SCAM. Phone:
6120138. (WK 39/TOFAS 0034)
Wet salted cattle hides and wet blue split leather (Korea). Wants
conventional or trimmed and freshed dairy cow, steer, bull, butt branded
hides. Quantity: approximately 200,000 lbs. (five 20 ft. containers) per
month. Packaging: on wooden pallets. Delivery: November, 1983. Quote CIF or
C&F Busan, Korea. Bank ref: Korea Exchange Bank, Tapyoung-ro Branch, Seoul,
Korea. CONTACT: S.W. Choi, Seong-Ji Trading Corporation, 603 Tongyang Bldg.,
214 Namdae, Chung-ku, Seoul, Korea. TELEX: K24595 SHINAHN. Phone:
(02)777-3447. (WK 39/TOFAS 0131)
Deer (Taiwan). Wants deer (sumbar, spotted deer etc.). Will decide after
establishing contact with exporter. Certificate of origin & phytosanitary
certificate required. Bank ref: First Commercial Bank. CONTACT: Henry
Chuang (Mgr. Dir.), Pan Logic Corporation, 47, Lane 240, Kuang-Fu South Road,
Taipei, Taiwan. TELEX: 27611 PLOGIC. CABLE: PLOGIC TAIPEI. Phone: (02)
771-4436. (WK 39/ST. 5723)
Wheat tender (Egypt). Request bids for tender 21 for supplying 100,000 tons
of wheat latest crop any origin, arrival Egyptian ports 50,000 during Nov. and
50,000 during Dec. '83. As regards Turkish and Greek wheat the value not to
be paid except after arrival sanitary and agricultural clearance and
ascertaining the conformity of wheat to conditions and specs. Committee has
the right to +/- quantity. Offers to be sumbitted above address in sealed
envelopes latest 12 noon, Sun. Oct. 16, '83 offers should be valid up to Mon.
Oct. 17, '83. conditions and specs to be obtained against payment of L.E. 5
per copy which should be attached to each other. Ministerial decree No.
1036/78 must be complied with. Offers must be made through an Egyptian
agent. CONTACT: Gen. Auth. for Supply Comm., Pur. Committee for Grains and
Prod., 24, Gomhoria St., Cairo, Egypt. TELEX: 92062 ESTRAM-UN. CABLE:
ESTRAM. (WK 39/TOFAS 0352)
Cut flowers (Canada). Wants cut flowers all types. Active importer with
wholesale and retail outlets in Central and Eastern Canada wants U.S. cut
flowers to supplement or replace European product. Bank ref: on request.
CONTACT: M. Kapahi, The Greenery, Scotia Square, Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3J
1N9, Canada. TELEX: 019 21895 ANSWERBACK; THE GREENERY. Phone: (902)
422-2222. (WK 39/TOFAS 0121)
Frozen and canned fruit juices, pretzels, peanuts (Canada). Wants frozen
fruit juices, canned fruit juices, pretzels, peanuts. Canforce Enterprises is
an agent/distributor for alcoholic beverages, wines, spirits, non-alcoholic
beverages food and non-food related products. Firm wishes to import for
resale all food products must qualify for import under Canada's food and drug
regulations. Marketing territory covers all of Canada. Firm employs 25.
Sales volume C$50 million. CONTACT: Canforce Enterprises Limited, 2730 555
West Hastings St., Vancouver, B.C., V6B 4N6, Canada. Phone: (604)682-0431.
(WK 39/ST. 1598)
Spices (Honduras). Wants spices, ground, including black pepper, nutmeg,
cumin, clove, cinnamon, white pepper, paprika, Ivargfgysrv adn. Dddlwlier
responsesra. Bank ref: Banco Atlantida, La Ceiba. Firm Favorably known to
Embassy. CONTACT: Teresa De Herrero, Manager, Farbrica De Embutidos El
Marranito, Barrio Mejia, Contiguo Estacion Ferrocarril, Atlantida, Honduras.
CABLE: ELMARRANITO LACEIBA. Phone: 420062. (WK 39/ST. 9248)
Bronze turkey poults, roven ducklings, New Zealand rabbits (Venezuela). Wants
bronze turkey poults, roven ducklings, New Zealand rabbits, 200-400 initial
shipment for meat production. Immediate delivery. Quote: FOB U.S airport;
CIF Maiquetia airport Caracas. Bank ref: City bank Caracas; Banco Latino -
Caracas; Banco Provincial Caracas. CONTACT: Alejandro Naveda A., Manager,
Sumitec, Edificio Roraima, Piso 9, Ofic 9-G, Ave. Fco De Miranda, Campoalegre,
Caracas, Venezuela. TELEX: 28337 SUMIT VC. Phone: (02)32-48-21 thru 24.
(WK 39/TOFAS 0105)
Pineapples (France). Wants fresh pineapples, 300/500 tons monthly from
October through May. Premium quality. Packed in cartons. One or two
deliveries per month. Quote CIF Le Havre. Bank ref: Societe Generale,
15BIS, Rue Du Louvre, 75002. CONTACT: P. Meunier, Sopromex (Societe Pour La
Promotions Des Exportations), 7, Rue Du Printemps, 75017 Paris, France.
TELEX: 280 861 SOPREX. Phone: 755.65-78 or 763.45-37. (WK 39/TOFAS 0411)
Mustard seed (Guatemala). Wants mustard seed (industrial), 10,000 mt, best
quality. Packed 100 lbs sacks or 400 lbs drums. Delivery ASAP. Certificate
or origin required. Quote: CIF Guatemala City. Bank ref: Banco Granai &
Townson, 7 Avenida 1-86, Zona 4, Guatemala City, Guatemala. CONTACT: Gustavo
Cruz Pellecer, Agencias Cruz S.A., 9 Avenida 1-21, Zona 2, Guatemala City,
Guatemala. TELEX: 6088 RAMADA GU. Phone: 20988 and 510662. (WK 39/TOFAS
Barley, yellow sorghum (Saudi Arabia). Wants barley and yellow sorghum for
feed, 10,000 bags of 50 kilos each of each kind. Specify U.S. grade in
quotation. Packed in strong sacks. Delivery within 2 months from the opening
of letter of credit. Name of firm, production date, name of product and
quantity in kilos of contents to be printed on each bag in Arabic language.
Quote: C&F Jidda. Bank ref: National Commercial Bank, Riyadh. CONTACT:
Fahad S. Al-Rusaiyes, Assaed Corp., P.O. Box 43101, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
TELEX: 203962 ASSAED SJ. Phone: 4036712/4041630. (WK 39/TOFAS 0196)
Foreign Market Developments
THE NAME OF THE GAME IS CONTACTS. If you're looking for contacts in the
overseas market, SOUTHERN U.S. TRADE ASSOCIATION, representing the State
Department of Agriculture of the 15 southern states and Puerto Rico can help
you achieve this objective. Now, through SUSTA's Associate Member program,
you can obtain the following benefits:
SUSTA Associate Members (AM) have access to trade contact lists
(including importers, food distributors, manufacturers) from countries
throughout the world.
SUSTA AM receive on a daily basis trade leads generated from the Agnet
System, mail, telex, and trade publications. Also, approximately every month,
30-40 leads would be mailed to you that are generated from trade shows and
sales mission that we participate in.
AM are entitled to display their products for advertising purposes on
a limited space in the SUSTA office.
AM can take advantage of a large discount when they participate with
SUSTA in the many trade shows we attend.
A monthly Newsletter is mailed to all AM, which features a summary of
Attache reports, SUSTA export promotion activities, success stories, current
events, and more.
Free telex and consultation is provided to exporters just getting off
Presently, we are corresponding with over 300 foreign buyers per
month, so let us tell them about the products you offer. Also, Attaches,
located in most of the U.S. Embassies throughout the world, work closely with
us on your behalf.
AM receive one free copy of the 135 page, SUSTA International
Marketing Handbook and one copy of the "Arab Gulf States Food Study", just
completed by SUSTA which describes regional importers, their demands, and much
Korean Cattle 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.
Participation in this trade mission is limited to members of the 16 SUSTA
states as follows: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana,
Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee,
Virginia, West Virginia and Puerto Rico.
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, 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
2nd U.S. International Food Show (USIFS) New York City, April 15-18, 1984. As
a preliminary notice regarding the subject show, the management cooperating
with the Eastern United States Agricultural and Food Export Council Inc.
(EUSAFEC) and FAS have indicated that progress to date is ahead of 1982 both
from the standpoint of already committed and potential exhibitors and
potential foreign buyers. Following the success achieved by exhibitors at the
1982 U.S. International Food Show, the organizers anticipate an expanded
presentation by U.S. exporters in 1984. USIFS 84 will bring together all
sectors of the food and drink industry unfragmented by regional division, or
restricted by limiting food categories. In the pattern of the world's leading
food trade shows the major purchasing power, national and international, is
attracted by this comprehensive and professional concept. Official show
management statistics for USFIS 82 are as follows: 437 exhibitors, 23
countries, 12 official national groups, 10,791 registered trade visitors and
275 press journalist. An illustrated show brochure, floor plan, and other
details including a post-exhibition report from USIFS '82 are available from
Gerry Parker, USIFS, Room 5080, 2 World Trade Center, New York, NY 10047;
telephone (212) 524-9365.
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.
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 their communication.
Japan TBT Notification 83.180 The Japanese Ministry of Agriculture,
Forestry and Fisheries has proposed (product covered tsuyu, a dipping soup
for Japanese noodles, etc. based on soy sauce) the establishment of labeling
standards for Tsuyu. The objective and rationale for the proposal is consumer
protection. Final date for comments is November 15, 1983.
Japan TBT Notification 83.181 The Japanese Ministry of Agriculture,
Forestry and Fisheries has proposed an amendment (product covered fruit
juice) to the labeling standards for fruit juice. The description of the
amendment is as follows: The definition of "soft drinks including fruit
juice" will be amended to read (1) drinks fruit juice etc. mixed with
vegetable juice milk milk products etc. will be added to the coverage of
"soft drinks including fruit juice" (2) the name of the drinks mentioned above
will be "mixed drinks including fruit juice". The objective and rationale for
the proposal is consumer protection. Final date for comments is November 15,
New Zealand The Technical Office has recently received copies of two draft
standards from the Embassy in New Zealand. The new New Zealand standards
concern manufactured fish products and half, reduced, pouring and sour creams.
CONTACTS FOR U.S. FARM PRODUCTS
A FREE EXPORT PROMOTION TOOL
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
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 laut two years and are befin 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
FOREIGN AGRICULTURAL SERVICE COMMODITY SPECIALISTS
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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Grain & Feed Division
Horticultural & Tropical Products Division
Oilseeds & Products Division
Tobacco, Cotton & Seeds Division
Forest Products Staff
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