News | Dec 22, 2022 | 14:05
On Thursday 15th December 2023, a delegation of business owners from Jordan completed a working visit to the Netherlands organized by the Jordan European Business Association (JEBA) in collaboration with the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Amman and the Netherlands-MENA Business. did. Council. The delegation consisted of Jordanian companies in the food packaging, processing and manufacturing sectors.
From December 12th to 15th, the delegation met with many Dutch institutions and companies, such as the Dutch Enterprise Agency (RVO), the Dutch Senior Expert (PUM) and the Center for the Promotion of Imports from Developing Countries (CBI). Did. Following informal meetings with members of the Dutch business community, the delegation visited several companies specializing in food manufacturing and packaging to exchange knowledge on the various steps along the food manufacturing line.
JEBA President Ali Murad said: Holland to host commercial delegations in the future and to participate in international exhibitions that make the Netherlands different from other countries. ”
During the field visit, participants visited Menken van den Assem, a fresh food supply and packaging company, Sligro, a Dutch wholesaler, and Schutten Machines, a machine design company. A meeting with the Jordanian ambassador to the Netherlands, Daifarah Al Faiz, was also part of the working visit.
Mohamed Abu Odeh, a Jordanian businessman and trade delegation participant, said: We were welcomed by the Ambassador of Jordan, His Excellency Daifarah Al Fayez, who received us at the Ambassador’s headquarters and briefed us on the many possibilities for trade and investment in the Kingdom of the Netherlands. This trade mission helped explore future opportunities and possible trade ties between the two countries. ”
The Embassy will work closely with various local partners and stakeholders, including the Jordanian Chamber of Commerce, to promote and strengthen mutual economic and trade ties, ultimately leading to an economically resilient Jordan. Contributing.
The Royal Netherlands Embassy also aims to promote entrepreneurship, private sector development and improved market access in the fields of horticulture, food processing, water management, green energy and automation.
https://www.netherlandsandyou.nl/latest-news/news/2022/12/22/jordanian-business-delegation-visit-netherlands The Jordanian business delegation concludes their visit to the Netherlands.news article