Agribusiness

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This page provides market research, trade events and leads, and more for U.S. companies in the agribusiness sector.

The Global Agribusiness Team is comprised of specialists on the industries below representing the U.S. Commercial Service – U.S. Department of Commerce, Foreign Agricultural Service – U.S. Department of Agriculture, State Regional Trade Groups, and various State Departments of Agriculture. Our worldwide network is dedicated to helping you succeed in the international marketplace!

Food Processing and Packaging

Agricultural Machinery and Equipment

Agricultural Products

Processed Foods

Agricultural Chemicals

Agricultural Services

 

Hotel & Restaurant Equipment

 

Agribusiness Team Events/Activities – 2013/2014

The Agribusiness Team offers B2B matchmaking, opportunities to learn from country/industry experts, and much more at domestic and foreign trade shows. To see where you’ll find us this next year, check out the events/activities page.

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Detailed Event Information For Doing Business in Mexico Detailed Event Information For Doing Business in Mexico
Doing Business in Mexico -- Agricultural Machinery & Eq., Airport/Ground Support Eq., Cosmetics/Toiletries, Computer Software, Computer Services, Drugs/Pharmaceuticals, Environmental Technologies, General Industrial Eq./Supplies, Medical Eq., Renewable Energy Eq.
Pre-Register for this event
Location/Date: Boise, ID, United States 10/24/2012 - 10/24/2012
Event Summary:
Learn how to take advantage of NAFTA documentation rules and procedures to help start or expand your sales to Mexico. Featured speakers are a representative of Mexico's Ministry of Economy and a licensed Mexican customs broker. Logistical issues to be covered include: transportation flows for importations through Ports of Entry, Benefits of FAST carriers, C-TPAT, item classification, Mexican Pedimento documentation, Mexican customs clearance, temporary importation of tools into Mexico. This event will also cover how to comply with foreign workers and regulations concerning temporary workers.

Contacts:
Amy Benson, Boise
Office Director
Phone: 208-364-7791
Amy.Benson@trade.gov