Quintuple the initial projections, the Industrie Peru 2023 business conference concluded with business commitments of more than $115.4 million to be completed over the next 12 months resulting in 1,600 appointments, Peru’s Export Promotion Commission reported today. and tourism (Promperu).
Held on June 6 and 7, the event was attended by 147 buyers from 22 markets in the Americas, Europe and Asia, and 206 exporters and potential exporters from Arequipa, Ayacucho, Cusco, Ica, Junín, Lambayeque, Loreto, Madre de Dios, Pasco. and Ukayali, of which 30 participated for the first time and 85% of the total were micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs), he said.
He specified that 50% of Peruvian suppliers are associated with the line of food packaging and equipment, followed by personal care and health with a participation of 25%, construction works with 20% and auto parts with 5%.
Demand and buyers
The most requested lines were materials and finishes for construction with $69 million expectations He reported that exports included $42.2 million for packaging and containers for the food industry, $3.3 million for cosmetics and health, and $793,000 for auto parts.
At the demand level, buyers from South America lead trade estimates with $91.5 million, followed by Brazil with $32.2 million, Ecuador with $26 million, Bolivia with $16 million, Chile with $15 million and the Dominican Republic with $10.3 million Stay ahead They said.
Similarly, buyers from Central America and the Caribbean estimated a turnover of $14.2 million and North America at $7.8 million, he added.
as part of the activities of Industry Peru 2023 Foreign buyers visited 74 factories in Lima, Lambayeque, Junin and Pasco, he said.
fourteenth edition of Industry Peru 2023 It was organized within the framework of the Industry Week, and was co-organized with the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism (Minstour), with the participation of the National Society of Industries (SNI) as a strategic partner and the support of the Chamber . He spoke about the Comercio de Lima (CCL) and the Association of Exporters (Adex).
Source : Nation World