Seven Jamaican manufacturers and suppliers of food, personal care and irrigation products will from today be a part of a trade mission to the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, aimed at increasing exports to regional markets.

According to the Jamaica Observer Newspaper, the engagement, to be led by executives of Jamaica Promotions Corporation and the Jamaica Manufacturers and Exporters Association culminates on July 4th and will see local suppliers engaging Trinidadian stakeholders and producers.

Manager for JAMPRO’s Agribusiness Department, Marlene Porter, told JIS News – that the mission is intended to generate trade leads and present the opportunity for Jamaican entities to better understand the Trinidadian market and forge relationships with stakeholders there.

Today’s mission will begin with an opening ceremony to be attended by Jamaica’s High Commissioner to Trinidad and Tobago, Ambassador Arthur Williams, who will bring greetings.

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