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Port Authority Of The Bay Of Cádiz Meets With  The Free Zones Of Bogotá, Colombia

Port Authority of the Bay of Cádiz meets with the Free Zones of Bogotá, Colombia

Source: Autoridad Portuaria de la Bahía de Cádiz
The Port Authority of the Bay of Cádiz (APBC) has organized, in collaboration with the Confederation of Entrepreneurs of the Province of Cádiz and the Free Zones of Bogotá (Colombia), a day to promote exchange of business interests between both destinations – June 2, 2021 Under the name “Cádiz-Colombia, a round trip business opportunity” the meeting will take place this Thursday, which arises as a
result of an online mission between the port of Cadiz and the Free Zones of Bogotá, which propose to contact the business community of the province to exchange interests and open possible lines of business or collaboration in both directions. The conference, in which the Confederation of Businessmen of Cádiz collaborates, arises as a result of an online commercial mission between the port and the Ibero-American country, which raises the possibility of contacting the Cadiz business community The meeting will feature the participation of the president of the Bay of Cádiz Port Authority, Teófila Martínez; the president of the Confederation of Entrepreneurs of the Province of Cádiz, Javier Sánchez Rojas; the president of the Association of Free Zones of the Americas, Gustavo González de la Vega; and the managers of the Free Trade Zones of Bogotá and ProColombia, Diego Gaitán and Gonzalo Vargas, respectively. The objective of the conference, in which there are already more than 200 registered entrepreneurs, is to establish a first contact where each representative raises the business possibilities and advantages it offers and to open a channel of communication and collaboration that can materialize in the medium term in the generation of new projects. As is known, the Bay of Cádiz Port Authority has held numerous online meetings in recent months with various Ibero-American agents and institutions with the aim of repositioning the Cadiz port in this market. Specifically, it has held 43 meetings with Chambers, Free Zones, importers, exporters, ports, logistics managers, businessmen and institutions from 5 Latin American countries. In these commercial missions, the APBC has presented the facilities and services of the port and the logistics assets of the territory and advanced the advantages and strengths of the port to reposition it as an alternative for traffic in and out of Europe. Source: Autoridad Portuaria de la Bahía de Cádiz (APBC – Port Authority of Cadiz)

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