TDAP Secretary visits Ambiente, Frankfurt

KARACHI: Rabia Javeri Agha, Secretary of TDAP visited at Ambiente, Frankfurt. The most successful Ambiente for more than a decade closed on 17th February, 2015 its doors in Ambiente, Frankfurt, with 2855 exhibitors showcased their products from all over the world.

More than 84,000 trade visitors from 156 countries made their ways to Frankfurt. International trade fair have shown an upward trend.

Following companies were participating at Ambiente in 2015 from Pakistan including Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP) stand. Fourteen exhibitors from Pakistan showcased their products including Anaya Salt Craft, A.S Traders, Balochistan Glass Limited, Kimex International, CC Factories Wazirabad Pvt Limited, Clayworks, Jobs International Pvt Ltd, M/s Pakistan Souvenirs, R&D Precision Export Pvt. Ltd, Saba Kitchenware, Sharp Edge Enterprises, Tata Pak Industries, Teflon Metal Ware Industries & Zodiaclinks.

Ishfaq Ahmed from Sharp Edge Enterprises, also known as Klassic Kitchenware Ltd. said that, “This is our first time we are participating in Ambiente 2015 Messe Frankfurt fair. Very good experience, very good response from all over the world, Insha’Allah we will do more better for our country.”

Usman Tariq, from C. C. Factories Wazirabad, also known as Majestic Chef said that, “This exhibition was far more better than the previous experiences, manufacturers from Pakistan should must participate in such events.”

Elli Takagaki, Founder & CEO, Paper Miracles said that “Ambiente served as a valuable launchpad for Paper Miracles to enter the European market and to interact with buyers and business prospects from around the world. The positive response has further ignited our commitment to grow the business and create opportunities for more marginalized women in Pakistan to achieve economic independence.” The next Ambiente in Frankfurt will be from 12th February, 2016 to 15th February, 2016.

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