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THAILAND AUTO PARTS & ACCESSORIES 2016 YIELDS SUCCESS

THAITRADE.COM REINFORCES BUSINESS

MATCHING 272 PAIRS OF PARTNERS

TOTALING 28 MILLION BAHT DEALS


 
Department of International Trade Promotion, Ministry of Commerce, organizes business matching event for seller and buyer members in Thailand Auto Parts & Accessories 2016 (TAPA 2016), attended by representatives from 575 Thai and international companies. Thaitrade.com, Thailand’s Number 1 Online Trade Market, matched 272 pairs of business negotiation for members, aggregating 28 million Baht export value.

Department of International Trade Promotion organized Thailand Auto Parts & Accessories (TAPA 2016) during 7th and 10th of April, 2016 at BITECH Bangna, in an effort to developing Thailand to be the exhibition center of quality products and manufacturing for export to world market.  The event welcomed 575 companies of domestic and foreign entrepreneurs.
 
Ms. Malee Choklumlerd, Director General Department of International Trade Promotion, Ministry of Commerce, disclosed Department of International Trade Promotion organized Thailand Auto Parts & Accessories (TAPA 2016) during 7th and 10th of April, 2016 at BITECH Bangna, in an effort to developing Thailand to be the exhibition center of quality products and manufacturing for export to world market.  The event welcomed 575 companies of domestic and foreign entrepreneurs.
 
“One of the activities regularly organized by DITP in conjunction with international trade exhibitions is business matching service.  This year Thaitrade.com, Thailand’s No.1 Online Trade Market, governed by DITP, organized business matching event in TAPA 2016 drawing crowded attendance of foreign buyers and sellers who are Thaitrade.com members to business negotiation table, facilitating 66 buyers and 120 sellers, pairing 272 business matches, recording expected purchase order of 28 million Baht.”
 
The business negotiation matching made up of 2 parts including Business Matching and Personal Assistant.  Business Matching accommodated 159 matches of business negotiation with estimated 21 million Baht trade volume, matching 30 potential buyers from Algeria, Australia, Bangladesh, Canada, Chile, China, Czech Republic, Eqypt, France, India, Iraq, Israel, Kenya, Korea, Laos, Lebanon, Malaysia, Peru, South Africa, Trinidad, Emirates and Vietnam with 54 potential sellers distributing auto parts including bumper, clutch, piston, gear rubber, aluminum accessories, automatic car accessories, car seat, siricone, truck parts, auto paints, battery, auto tool and wheel.
 
Personal Assistant facilitated 113 business negotiation matches of foreign buyers with estimated trade volume of 7 million Baht. The potential buyers using service consisted of 36 players from Australia, Cambodia, Chile, China, Greece, Ireland, Kenya, Malaysia, Mauritius, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines and Vietnam, entering business negotiation with 68 potential sellers through the Personal Assistant service.  Interested products for negotiations include auto equipment, brake, bell bar, bumper, cable clip, door, OEM Toyota auto parts, rubber sheet, piston, plastic, rubber and other auto parts.

“Targeting 1,000 matches of business negotiation, DITP is convinced that business negotiation matching service featuring Business Matching and Personal Assistant will efficiently accommodate foreign buyers sourcing and negotiating with Thai sellers and meet requirements of both parties.  This will help create orders for quality products from Thailand.”  Ms. Malee concluded.

Thai exporters interested to enhance trading opportunity through business negotiation matching with foreign buyers and planning to tap into foreign market via online channel may apply for membership at www.thaitrade.com or in person at Thaitrade.com booth in trade exhibitions organized by DITP at no cost.  For more information, contact DITP Call Center 1169  

 



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