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15-member biz delegation from Belgium in December

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A 15-member high powered business delegation from Belgium will be visiting Sri Lanka in December. The Embassy of Belgium in India in association with the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce and the Sri Lanka-Benelux Business Council will be organising ‘Sri Lanka-Belgium Business Forum’ followed by B2B Meetings on 1 December, at the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce, Colombo. 

Amongst the delegates who are interested in meeting local companies are Belgian Chocolate Group (www.thebelgian.com), Cross Border Solutions (www.cross-bordersolutins.be), Deliva (www.deliva.be), FAMOCO (www.famoco.com), G-TEC (www.g-tec.eu) and SBE International (www.sbe.be).

These high powered delegates are interested in appointing a distributor to market high quality chocolates, identification of financing opportunities and facilitation of secure export finance solutions for international project development, Vacuum Food Technology where a collaboration can be based on the input of ‘know-how’ on vacuum cooking technologies or participation in a joint venture. 

In addition, android devices to find potential local customer companies (direct supplies) to pursue and intensify existing contacts, follow a specific project such as E-Governance, mobile money, mobility, transportation etc., integrated geotechnical and geophysical soil investigation solutions for port development, dredging, trenching projects and engineering consultants for port and hydraulic engineering/civil engineering and infrastructure/geo-technics/industrial constructions, buildings/electro-mechanics.

Companies interested in attending the Sri Lanka-Belgium Business Forum’ and the B2B Meetings should register before 28 November. Pre registration is required to attend the Business Forum/B2B meetings. Further details could be obtained from the Business Information Division of the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce on Tel: 2329143, 5588869, 5588854 and 5588892 or e-mail – info@chamber.lk.

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