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Calling all registered exporters  – Do you manufacture, grow, produce or export:

  • Yellow maize for animal feed;
  • Dairy products;
  • Cooking oil;
  • Seasoning spices;
  • Meat products;
  • Fish products; or
  • Polyethylene Glycol?

These requests are contained in the latest trade leads received internationally, and released by the dti.

Registered exporters who are able to supply the products listed above are encouraged to contact the NWDC’s trade office for assistance with their application.

Contact 017 422 0067/68  and ask to speak to Poloko, Rego or Lovemore

To access the detailed Trade Lead Bulletin document, click here.

 

Exporters are kindly requested to respond to trade inquiries if they meet the criteria specified below:

1. South African manufacturer registered as an exporter with Customs (South African Revenue Services).

2. Export ready South African Exporter.

3. Have the capacity, resources and funds to supply the market where the lead originated from.

4. Manufacturing / exporting the exact product requested by the importer.

5. Capacity to supply the quantity requested.

If your company meets the above-mentioned criteria and is interested in supplying the product/service, please complete the Reply Form and return it to the dti and NWDC as per the email addresses supplied on the reply form.


NWDC invites North West-based exporters to apply to exhibit at the Mozambican FACIM trade fair.

The FACIM will take place from 27 August to 2 September 2018.

Interested exporters from the North West Province are encouraged to submit the NWDC Exporters profiling form – download here

FACIM – Feira Agro-Pecuaria, Commercial and Industrial de Moçambique is a multi-sectorial Trade and Investment Fair in Mozambique organized by APIEX – an Investment & Exports Promotion Agency under the theme “Mozambique and the World: broadening the market, promoting investment and fostering partnerships”

The FACIM fair seeks to facilitate the contact with international exhibitors and stimulate consumption and economic integration in the Mozambique economy. With about 25 million inhabitants, where 3 million are concentrated in the capital city of Maputo, Mozambique is booming with an economic growth of 9% per year. The substantial economic development, liberalisation and market opening and privatisation of the economy and the creation of different areas of free investment, is creating ideal conditions for foreign investment in the country. Since 2012 the Trade Fair relocated to a municipal area outside the city, 30km from Maputo, known as the area of Marracuene.

Background documents:
Click here to download the catalogue of the 2017 edition 
Click here to download a breakdown of previous years’ participation of visitors, exhibitors and countries represented.

Interested participants from the North West must meet the following criteria to be eligible to apply:
• Have partial or full operation based in the North West Province
• A minimum of two years in operation
• Produces a product or service with export potential
• A minimum of R1 000 000.00 asset base
• A minimum of R1 000 000.00 turn-over annually generated through domestic operation
• Must employ a minimum of 5 employees
• FICA Compliance and all other basic statutory requirements per sector (company registration, tax clearance, company profile, copies of Identity documents of directors, a copy of business’ physical address, relevant insurance, all sector licensing, accreditations and registrations).
Special consideration may be extended to youth, cooperatives women and people with disabilities who may not meet all of the above criteria but have exportable products.
NWDC reserves the right to cancel this mission should inadequate expressions of interest be received.

Applications close on 24 July 2018.

For more detail, contact NWDC’s Trade and Investment office on 017 422 0067 /68. Ask to speak to Lovemore or Rego. Send completed exporter company profile forms to regor@nwdc.co.za


NWDC invites export-ready companies from the North West to apply to exhibit at the Botswana Global Expo to be held from 31  October  – 3 November 2017.

Sectors covered by the show include ICT, Mining, Health, Education, Manufacturing, Transport & Logistics, Finance, Environment, Tourism and Agriculture.

Preference will be given to companies already in negotiations with the Botswana market.

Qualifying criteria to apply to exhibit:

  • A minimum of one year in operation
  • A minimum of R300 000 asset base
  • A minimum of R300 000 annual turnover
  • Must employ a minimum of 5 employees
  • FICA Compliant
  • Other basic statutory requirements per sector (company registration, tax clearance, company profile, export certificate,  copies of Identity documents of directors, copy of business physical address, relevant insurance, all sector licensing, accreditation and registrations)

Special consideration could be granted to youth, cooperatives, women, and people with disabilities who do not meet all of the above criteria.

North West based producers who meet the above qualifying criteria are invited to apply to exhibit through the NWDC by contacting Trade Officers Poloko Maphula or Rego Ramong on 014 594 2570/1 or email polokom@nwdc.co.za

Applications close 25 October 2017

 

 

Download the pdf version of the event pamphlet


The dti in partnership with North West Development Cooperation invites you to an industry and stakeholders workshop on Technology and Human Resources for Industry Programme (THRIP).

The aim of the workshop is to deepen understanding of THRIP and its requirements including how to complete the revised application form, project proposal and budget breakdown templates.

 

Date:      27 March 2017

Venue:   Rustenburg Old Town Hall

Time:     10:00- 14:00

 

For more information on this programme, download the briefing document here, or contact Mr Rego Ramong at the NWDC on 014 594 2570 or regor@nwdc.co.za

Kindly RSVP with  polokom@nwdc.co.za and AMasuku@thedti.gov.za (012  394  5346)


A well-established, proudly South African ceramics brand is offering a serious investor a 70% stake in their company.
The company was established in 1970 and has been in operation for the past 47 years, manufacturing ceramic tableware and ovenware for the South African market.
They have established distribution agreements with a number of major retailers in South Africa, including Game, Makro and Pick ‘n Pay as well as wide network of direct marketing off-sets.
Investors are invited to submit an expression of interest to Mr Lovemore Makunike, Investment Faciliation Manager at the NWDC by contacting him on 014 594 2570 or by email: lovemorem@nwdc.co.za


The USAID Southern Africa Trade & Investment Hub (SATIH) is pleased to be supporting companies from Southern Africa to attend the Gulfood Show 2017. The Show will take place from 26 February- 2 March, 2017 in Dubai.

 

There are two openings that have become available on the Africa Fine Food pavilion. This is short notice, but NWDC is looking to assist interested food exporters from the Bokone Bophirima (North West) Province who are interested even at this short notice.

 

Should you be interested to exhibit at the 2017 Gulfood Show, kindly urgently contact NWDC’s Trade & Investment office, as there are only two slots that just became available. Contact our offices on 014 594 2570 and ask to speak with Lovemore, Poloko or Rego.  Please contact us before Monday, 20 February 2017.

Please prepare photos of your  products, production facility photos and specs; corporate profile and brochures; product spec sheets; and export capacity as well as FOB price list for bulk orders. We want to profile all participants to enable B2B matchmaking. Also start putting together all the necessary items you will need for the event such as your samples, business cards, brochures, visitor information capturing system, among others.


The Mamusa Local Municipality, within the Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District  in the North West province offers a number of investment opportunies.  The municipality comprises the towns Schweizer-Reneke and Amalia.

The types of economic activities include  agriculture, development of a mall, fuel stations, manufacturing and agri-processing.

Schweizer-Reneke has the potential to accommodate additional trade space between 2 000m2 and 15 000m2  over the next 15 to 20 years. Trade types include wholesale and retail trade, catering and accommodation as well as automotive trade.

There are three options offered by the municipality for land distribution, namely:  public private partnerships (PPP), leasing, or buying. The municipality invites formal letters of request accompanied by a formal proposal.

Click here for full detail on the available opportunities in industrial, retail and residential

Interested parties are invited to contact the NWDC’s investment office on 014 594 2570. Ask to speak with Mr Lovemore Makunike.

Schweizer Reneke locomotive_ Jacque Wepener Jun 2012

Schweizer Reneke locomotive_Author Jacque Wepener Jun 2012

 


Attention exporters – do you produce and export any of the following:

  • Natural fruit juices;
  • Tea bags (ginger & rooibos);
  • Ethanol Methanol;
  • Paint containers;
  • Bulk honey;
  • Flour;
  • Sanitary equipment (pvc);
  • Paper & copy paper.

These products are called for in the latest trade leads received internationally as released by the dti.

Registered exporters who are able to supply the products listed in the trade lead bulletin are encouraged to reply.

To access the complete Trade Lead Bulletin document, click here.

 

Exporters are kindly requested to respond to trade enquiries if they meet the criteria specified below:

1. South African manufacturer registered as an exporter with Customs (South African Revenue Services).

2. Export ready South African Exporter.

3. Have the capacity, resources and funds to supply the market where the lead originated from.

4. Manufactures / exports the exact product requested by the importer.

5. Capacity to supply the quantity requested.

If your company  meets the above-mentioned criteria and is interested in supplying the product/service, please complete the Reply Form and return it to the dti and NWDC as per the email addresses supplied on the reply form.

 




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