2 July 2020
Tarsus Commodity Exchange Webinar on “Trade with Baltic States and Opportunities”
In January 2020 the TEBD Project organized a Study Visit to Latvia & Estonia on “Business Cooperation between Turkey and the Baltic States”. Ms Pinar Alegöz, an International Trade Coordinator from Tarsus Commodity Exchange (Turkey) was one of the participants that had the chance to visit several factories and institutions that are producing according to the EU Acquis.
The Baltic States imports fresh fruits, vegetables, agri-food products, and produces wooden products. Seeing as the agriculture sector In the Tarsus region in Turkey is very developed, Tarsus Commodity Exchange saw great possibilities of collaboration between Turkey and the Baltic States after the TEBD Study Visit and took action towards potential collaborations and partnerships, and share best practices.
As a result of the TEBD Study Visit, for these purposes Tarsus Commodity Exchange organized a webinar on Trade with Baltic States and Opportunities’. During the webinar, the Commercial Counselor of The Turkish Embassy in Vilnius, Mr Umit Ateşağaoğlu, introduced the Baltic States market to the members of Tarsus Commodity Exchange. Mr Ateşağaoğlu shared detailed information on importers of the Baltics States and Tarsus Commodity Exchange member sprang into action contacting these importers. The webinar proved to be successful and fruitful.
Currently Tarsus Commodity Exchange is digital commercial delegation during which introductions will me made and bilateral meetings will take place. When ruling allows, Tarsus Commodity Exchange will visit companies for possible collaboration and invitations will be extended to visit the facilities of the members in Turkey.
In recent days we are preparing a digital commercial delegation that they can have bilateral meeting and they can know each other. After Covid-19 process we will visit companies de facto in Baltic States and also invite them to see our members’ facilities.