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05 November 2021

Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries Audley Shaw speaking during the virtual launch of the Bureau of Standards Jamaica's Client Services Programme last Wednesday, October 20, 2021. (Photo: JIS)

BSJ launches Client Services Programme for MSMEs

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 05 Nov 2021    admin   
In a bid to enhance the productivity and international competitiveness of micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs), the Bureau of Standards Jamaica (BSJ) recently launched the Client Services Programme (CSP). According to the BSJ, the programme forms part of its mandate to facilitate business development and trade. As such the public body will provide guidance to increase their capacity to produce consistent high-quality products and services; therefore, allowing them access to markets and deepen their reach in old markets. “The Client Services Programme seeks to hand-hold and guide...


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Spring Gardens Processors now exporting to Canada

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 05 Nov 2021    admin   
Spring Gardens Processors (SGP), which is a company involved in the export development programme, Export Max III, recently made its first container shipment of canned ackees to Canada supplying a newly acquired major distributor. Minister of Industry, Investment and Commerce Audley Shaw, who was on hand to witness the occasion, said, “I am pleased to see this opportunity for Spring Gardens Processors, which is a testament to the importance and success of the Export Max programme in developing companies and increasing exports from Jamaica.” Spring Gardens Processors is a manufacturer and food...


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JMEA expo hunts greater export opportunities for local suppliers

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 05 Nov 2021    admin   
Ahead of its Expo Jamaica event scheduled to take place today, the Jamaica Manufacturers and Exporters Association (JMEA) has cited the increased penetration of export markets by local suppliers as being top of the list of outcomes. “The main objective going into and coming out of this event is to make connections. The JMEA sees export as the way to go for Jamaica, especially as we seek to grow the manufacturing sector. Of course, we have a market here, but it is too small. So once we can find opportunities for local products, whether in the Diaspora, Caribbean, or internationally, we would...


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