International Freight Forwarders urgency to establish in Myanmar

International Freight from UK, Germany, Africa, Sri Lanka and ASEAN countries are meeting in Myanmar on Nov 6 & 7 2012

Online PR News – 18-October-2012 – Singapore, Singapore – Freight Forwarders from UK, Germany, Sri Lanka, Africa, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore will be attending the conference to explore freight business with Myanmar counterparts. Those companies in Myanmar who want to move their cargo more efficiently and have more competitive rates worldwide are also looking forward to meeting foreign freight forwarders.
The foreign delegates are keen to explore with Myanmar counterparts to negotiate co-operation and support. They are also keen to meet government officials, site visits to ports and understand the services and facilities available to them.
Those companies in Myanmar who want to move their cargo more efficiently and have more competitive rates worldwide are also looking forward to meeting foreign freight forwarders.

The foreign delegates are keen to explore with Myanmar counterparts to negotiate co-operation and support. They are also keen to meet government officials, site visits to ports and understand the services and facilities available to them. Some are keen to explore warehouse space, ground transport operators and other supporting services for them to set-up operations in Myanmar.

The Minister of Transport, His Excellency, U Nyan Tun Aung will deliver a Key-note Address at the opening ceremony of the conference on November 6 2012.
The Myanma Port Authority is supporting and co-ordinating the organising of the conference which will have speakers from many ministries.

Mr William Tan, FRC Conference, the organiser hope that through this conference Myanmar will be even better connected in the freight business. New technology and know-how can also be introduced to Myanmar. Mr Tan said, “Myanmar people learn very fast and soon the ROI (return-on-investment) will quickly exceed expectation.”

Those who can offer freight forwarding services, warehousing facilities, transport services, shipping services, inland water transport, rail services, trading companies, manufacturing companies and anyone that need to move cargo in and out of Myanmar will benefit from attending this conference.

Delegates will also be able to network with officials from Custom department, Ministry of Transport, Myanma Port Authority, Bank, and other departments.

Mr Tan added, “The lifting of sanctions and fast pace response from the west to establish business in Myanmar hastens the urgency for freight forwarders to establish their presence in Myanmar”.

More details at http://www.myanmarbusinessconference.com

About FRC Singapore:
Our team of dedicated executive at FBC Services Co Ltd in Myanmar seek to match clients requirement to develop contacts at government official level, counterparts of the same business or supporting industry, Banks, Lawyer/Accountant to understand the current stage of development and suitability for market entry. We have more than 17 years of engaging business in Myanmar.

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