Chemicals Exporters: Supporting small and micro companies to participate in exhibitions

Chemicals Exporters: Supporting small and micro companies to participate in exhibitions

Eng. Khaled Abu Al-Makarem, Chairman of the Export Council for Chemical Industries and Fertilizers, affirmed the council’s keenness to provide a platform for the sector’s companies to display their products, pointing to the council’s contribution to financing and supporting small and micro companies that are members of the council to participate in specialized international exhibitions.


Eng. Khaled Abu Al-Makarem, Chairman of the Export Council for Chemical Industries and Fertilizers, affirmed the council’s keenness to provide a platform for the sector’s companies to display their products, pointing to the council’s contribution to financing and supporting small and micro companies that are members of the council to participate in specialized international exhibitions.

In a statement issued today, he referred to the Council's efforts, in cooperation with Egyptian commercial representation offices abroad, embassies abroad, and counterparts to the Council, in bringing in buyer delegations on the sidelines of Agro Egypt and preparing bilateral meetings from different countries of the world between them and their Egyptian counterparts.

Abu Al-Makarem announced the participation of 40 Egyptian companies and 20 importers from countries (Ghana - Iraq - Kenya - Spain - Saudi Arabia - Morocco) in the first session of the Agro Egypt exhibition, which will start tomorrow, Sunday, referring to the participation of the sectors affiliated to the council, including "fertilizers - pesticides - supplies". Agricultural - Irrigation Systems" in the presence of 40 Egyptian companies and the participation of about 20 investors, importers and representatives from the embassies of India and England.

For his part, Mohamed Magid, Executive Director of the Export Council for Chemical Industries and Fertilizers, explained that Egypt's exports of fertilizers to various countries of the world achieved a growth rate of about 42% during 2022, reaching a value of $3.38 billion, compared to about $2.4 billion in 2021.