Welcome to the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Environmental Technologies Team page. This website is your resource for market research reports, trade leads and event information for pollution control equipment & services and water resources equipment & services.
Our division of Commerce, the U.S. Commercial Service, has a global network of 100 offices located throughout the U.S. and over 100 offices located in about 75 countries. Our worldwide team of Environmental Technologies Specialists is here to assist in increasing your export sales. To find your local environmental technologies specialist, please click on the link to the left titled “Local USDOC Offices”.
Our Environmental Team members can assist you with the following:
|Demystification of the Asian Develpment Bank -- Architectural/Constr./Engineering SVC, Agricultural Machinery & Eq., Aircraft/Aircraft Parts, Construction Eq., Computers/Peripherals, Commercial Vessel/Eq. (Non-Fisheries), General Services, Health Care Services, Renewable Energy Eq., Water Resources Eq./Services|
|Pre-Register for this event|
The U.S. Commercial Service, Export Finance Assistance Center of Washington, the Asian Development Bank (Manila) and the law firm of K & L Gates, LLP, are presenting "Demystification of the Asian Development Bank", an event designed for U.S. suppliers and consultants to learn how to bid successfully on consulting and infrastructure projects supported financially by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in 35 Asian countries. The ADB is a multilateral financial institutions established in 1966 to improve the living standards of member countries. The ADB provides loans, grants, and expertise to reduce poverty and promote private sector development/operations, good governance and capacity development, gender equity, knowledge solutions and foster education. This region contributes about one-third of global output and over half of global economic growth. In fact, growth in the region is forecast to grow moderately at an average of 6.3% in 2014-2015. In 2013, ADB assistance totaled $21.02B, including $14.38B financed by ADB and $6.54B in co-financing. Register to attend this event to learn more from representatives of the ADB as well as to hear from the local trade finance representatives of the Exim Bank, U.S. SBA, Export Finance Assistance Center and the Private Sector Liaison Officer of the World Bank.
|Cecile Santos, Manila - ADB|
Phone: 632-3012000; 632 3014142; 0917 884 6112
|Bob Deane, Seattle|
International Trade Specialist
Phone: 206-553-5615 x 225