The ongoing Thailand Trade Show,organised by CII and DITP,Thailand,in Chandigarh is helping forge business to business (B2B) ties between the firms,traders and manufacturers of India and Thailand. We have facilitated B2B meetings between the traders,manufacturers and distributors of the two countries in the last three days,and would hold more such meetings to take business ties between the two countries to a higher level and benefit people from both countries, said Pikender Pal Singh,Regional Director,CII NR.
The Indian distributors have shown tremendous interest for business partnerships with the Thai manufacturers and distributors who are willing to sell their products in India,because they have noticed a huge demand of Thai products in India. We are assisting the Indian dealers and distributors in meeting the Thai companies in order to help them forge prospective business ties, he added.
Some of the Indian firms entering into partnership in this area are – Nature Fruit Fresh,Kinnur Shimla Fruit Agency,Baldev Fruit Shop,Thakur Vegetables,IGI International and COAL Depot.
Pranda Group,Thailand,which has brought exotic jewels,showpieces as well as artificial and gold jewellery has also tied up with various Indian jewellers like DC Jewellers,J P Jewellers,NikkaMal Jewellers,Arora Sons,Verma Jewellers,Jain Jewellers,Tashya Jewellers and Shree Jewellers. The Tong Garden from Thailand has associated with Alcoms and Impacts Private Limited to sell its wide variety of nuts – peanuts,cashew,peas,dried guava and other processed and packaged foods items.
Theirry Flower Limited,whose artificial flowers,decorative pieces in various forms and dolls collection have been a hit at the trade fare,has finalised a deal with an Indian distributor,Candle One,to market,distribute and sell its products in India. The special Thai Massage would be conducted in India by Aazaya Spa and Salon based out of Gurgaon. Anong Thai Silk is also interested in a local distributor and has had meetings with various local firms.
The Thailand trade show,which enters its last day on Sunday,has attracted people from diverse fields. Visitors from the tricity were seen enjoying the food,products and cultural programmes.