During A+A at the Messe Düsseldorf, CBI will introduce fourteen Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) suppliers from developing countries to Europe. During the four-day event, starting on the 18th of September, dealers involved hope to capitalise on the ever growing demand for PPE.
Suppliers from developing regions offer a complete range of PPE
A multi-year CBI Export Coaching Programme has taken participants through the whole scope of PPE business: from risk analysis to product realisation. In Germany companies from Colombia, India, Indonesia and Pakistan will be united at one central CBI pavilion, creating a one-stop shop for quality PPE products. They offer a complete range of CE-certified products at great prices.
With demand ever growing for PPE, these manufacturers are hoping to capitalise during the German trade fair and set out to find steady partnerships here on the continent. Their high quality products comply with European standards.
A short summary of the products they will be showcasing: fall arrest systems, fire fighting protection, cold weather protection, high visibility garments, work gloves and safety footwear.
Interested visitors can meet up with these suppliers at the CBI stand, located at stand A13-A17-A19 in hall 7.1.
What is CBI?
The Centre for the Promotion of Imports from developing countries (CBI) is an agency of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands. Since 1971, it has supported the export of products and services to the EU. The aim of the CBI is to contribute to the economic independence of selected developing countries. You can visit our website at www.cbi.eu
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