Multisectoral mission with Lithuanian companies in Palermo

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PALERMO (ITALPRESS) – Over 50 Baltic companies and companies from different provinces of the island are already ready to meet to start new commercial relations and new common projects.
Numerous sectors of interest: from logistics and transport to agri-food, from ICT to building materials, from fashion to cosmetics.
Everything is ready, in Palermo, for the “Lithuania to Sicily – Incoming multisectoral mission of Lithuanian companies in Sicily”, the mission organized by Sicindustria, partner of Enterprise Europe Network, in collaboration with the Vilnius Chamber of Commerce, the Embassy of Lithuania in Italy, the Consulate of Lithuania in Sicily, the Digitech / Fintech district of Lithuania InfoBalt Lithuania, and sponsored by the Sicilian Region, the Municipality of Palermo, Unioncamere Sicilia and MAIR Unipa, which will be held from March 30 to April 3.
Promotion and development of Lithuanian companies, opportunities for collaboration between local and Baltic companies, in-depth meetings on reciprocal markets, opportunities for international growth and B2B are just some of the objectives of the mission which foresees the arrival of the Lithuanian delegation on Wednesday 30th; Thursday 31, from 10 to 12.30, the Business Forum and, from 14 to 18, the B2B meetings to be held at the Sicindustria headquarters in via XX Settembre 64, in Palermo; and on April 1st, company visits as well as further business meetings between companies.
“Lithuania – says Nino Salerno, Sicindustria / Een delegate for internationalization – is located in a strategic area and a hub between the Baltic countries, Scandinavia, Central and Eastern Europe.
It has 6 Free Trade Zones in the country’s economic centers and represents an extremely favorable context for business development.
This is why we are thrilled to welcome the Baltic delegation and we are sure that these meetings will give rise to important opportunities for our companies ”.
(ITALPRESS).

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