Seminar guides on licenses for exportsThe event is geared for micros, and small businessmen and happens the next day 23.
The International Center of Amazonas Business (CIN-AM) the Federation of Industries of the State of Amazonas (Fieam) It is supporting the completion of the seminar "The Role of MAP Foreign Trade: Procedures and Permits Export ", facing micros, and small businessmen, What happens the next day 23 September in Manaus.
The training is conducted by the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply (MAP), through the State Management Committee of the National Exporter Culture Plan (PNCE) Amazon, and takes place from 8am to 12pm, Auditorium Floriano Pacheco of the Superintendency of the Manaus Free Trade Zone (Suframa), located at Av. Mario Andreazza, 1424, Industrial district.
It is the first time that the Ministry held a seminar in Manaus, which aims to guide the micros, small and large business owners about the importance of suit all procedures and legal requirements for export and import of regional products.
O gerente do CIN-AM, Marcelo Lima emphasizes the importance of the event, stressing that certification and records requirements of importing countries and provide more speed in negotiations with other countries.
"There is supervision and control over this particular type of service of foreign trade and so, the state of the business should be aware of to avoid future problems in sending your goods. Entrepreneurs food and drinks lack the information and guidance to have more access to the international market ", said Marcelo.
At the seminar the following issues will be addressed: Skills MAP; MAP requirements for export and import of products of plant origin; certification process for organic products and the Agricultural Surveillance System (Vigiagro).
The purpose of the event is tailor Amazonian entrepreneurs to current legislation for the products of the region: These acai, fruits, mel, fish, meat and other.
According to Brazilian legislation and international agreements, the transit of plant products and agricultural inputs among countries set rules for quality assurance, security and compliance products, and the assessment of the risk of spread of pests.
The procedures and phytosanitary requirements are specific to each type of merchandise, including seeds and seedlings, drinks, food and agricultural inputs.
More information can be obtained by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (92) 3631-0907 e 3186-65114.