Seminar on export orientation and promotion held at AIMA

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Satpur : Ambad Industries & Manufacturers Association and World Trade Centre Mumbai jointly organised a seminar on export orientation and promotion with an objective to make it easy for industrialists to export their product to foreign countries, to resolve problems faced by industrialists while exporting their products and to provide benefit of various schemes to industrialists.

District Collector Radhakrishnan B, advisor of World Trade Centre A U Kuruvilla, Rupa Naik, Arvind Khedkar, AIMA president Rajendra Ahire, vice chairperson Nilima Patil, chairman of export committee N D Thakre, chairman of seminar committee Dhananjay Dixit and chairman of export-import committee Ramesh Pawar were present on the dais.

AIMA honoured prominent personalities on the occasion. In her introductory speech Nilima Patil informed about work by AIMA. Chairman of export-import association Ramesh Pawar informed about work by World Trade Centre. Advisor of World Trade Centre Kuruvilla urged that industrialists should take benefit of various facilities and schemes by World Trade Centre to increase their export business. Chairman of export committee N D Thakre informed that industrialists from Nashik have huge scope for exporting their products and today’s seminar has been organised to provide its benefit and guidance to industrialists.

Arvind Khedkar of World Trade Centre provided his guidance about export to the industrialists and made visual presentation. He informed about how to increase export business through production and its quality. While taking precaution about export, industrialists should start their business on the basis of ‘one client one country’, Khedkar urged.

District Collector Radhakrishnan B stated that industrialists should not depend on one business, but enter export sector and make progress of their businesses. Efforts should be made to generate employment with usage of skill development. AIMA should take initiative for this. He assured to provide every help by the district collectorate to the industrialists.

Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI) and Exim Bank provided information about currency supply to the industrialists and bank officials assured to provide complete cooperation to those industrialists exporting their products.

Chairman of seminar committee Dhananjay Dixit compered the seminar, whereas advisor of World Trade Centre Kuruvilla proposed the vote of thanks. AIMA’s Dilip Wagh, Anil Dingre, N D Thakre, Avinash Marathe, Jagdish Patil and other industrialists were present. World Trade Centre’s Rupa Naik and Vinita Ghuge were also present.

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