NEMA Heads to Colombia for Trade Mission

NEMA Heads to Colombia for Trade Mission

This piece was originally published in the January 2018 issue of electroindustry.

Jonathan Stewart, Government Relations Manager, NEMA

Colombia, the fourth largest South American market for United States exports of NEMA-scope products (approximately $191,000,000 in 2016) and the largest South American market that relies on a U.S.-type electrical infrastructure, is the destination for a 2018 trade mission for NEMA Members.

NEMA staff will be coordinating and leading this trade mission. It is a great opportunity for NEMA Members to meet potential clients, distributors, agents, and joint venture partners. NEMA will again rely on the Department of Commerce Foreign Commercial Service for its excellent Gold Key Matching Service.

The five-day proposed schedule includes business meetings in Bogotá and Medellín as well as energy sector meetings with Colombian government officials.

To take advantage of this great opportunity, contact Jonathan Stewart (jonathan.stewart@nema.org).


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