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  • Testimonials // Intec Export Intelligence
    Thank you very much Charlotte you re a star My designated Interpreter was amazing but so were all of the others from what I can gather From what I witnessed at the Embassy the meetings with the Ambassador and the Embassy staff visiting the show would be one of our most pro active Embassy s in Europe if not globally They are very forward thinking and obviously do a tremendous amount of networking for British businesses and having the ability to use the premises and services I believe will be a great help moving forward Something for us Brits to be proud of If this is the standard of the Intec involvement in trade missions then please keep me informed of others you may be doing I would do the April one but am booked elsewhere A very good overall experience Thanks again Chris Norton Future Fibre Technologies Pty Ltd I would just like to thank you for all your hard work during MSPO and in particular dealing with all my emails before our arrival It is the first time that MCL has taken part in an exhibition outside of the UK and for us we believe it was thoroughly worthwhile Your organisation and arrangements were second to none and to be honest we have no complaints Our stand was perfectly placed for us and it was very advantageous to have been located opposite the UKTI who also did us proud The workers who were on site on Sunday were only too willing to help us with any changes and the interpreters were excellent of course Mark Harbin C4ISTAR Sensors The exhibition was very well organised and certainly very useful for any company relating in any way to the construction industry We had not previously traded much in Oman and feel that we have established some valuable contacts Instructions prior to the event were clear and concise The Logistics overview that was sent prior to departure was extremely helpful and I had no concerns at all about the itinerary I had a number of questions leading up to the exhibition which were answered swiftly and efficiently I got all the answers I needed Kasia Uszalewska and Charlotte Rogers were very helpful When we arrived in Muscat we were met by Guy Rogers who gave us all the information we needed to prepare for the exhibition He was at hand throughout the exhibition for any help or advice needed The organisation at the exhibition centre was good Our stands were set up with our name badges were prepared and ready as soon as we arrived at the centre The exhibition centre staff were exceptional I found Jenitha Martin and her team extremely helpful and they were at hand throughout the exhibition to help with any queries We used our own freight forwarder for our exhibition materials the consignment went missing and they went out of their way to help me locate it even though we hadn t used their nominated forwarder

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  • Contact // Intec Export Intelligence
    from Intec was fantastic Guy Rogers and Kasia Uszalewska did a fantastic job of informing everyone of what was going on where to be and when The Embassy support was great and it was really good to meet with the British Ambassador Thanks for all of your help before during and after the event I hope to work with you again in the future Max Beardon Rentavent Home Upcoming Opportunities

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  • Brazil - Machine Tools & Engineering // INTEC Export Intelligence
    The Brazilian Aerospace Industry is the largest in the Southern Hemisphere Opportunities include supply chain and partnerships automation technology composites and metallic structures and connectivity Brazil is the seventh largest producer of vehicles in the world Main opportunities include low carbon technologies engineering services such as software and consultancy lightweight components and advanced materials Feimafe is the main event for this sector in Latin America The last edition attracted over

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  • Oman Country Guide // intec Export Intelligence
    competition a significant export expansion opportunity for appropriate suppliers In order to assist British exporters UKTIO are providing significant levels of financial support to eligible companies Water Demand for desalinated water is projected to more than double from 132 9 million cum per year in 2009 to 320 6 million cum by 2016 This growth will be fuelled by a number of factors chiefly population growth and social development as well as an active policy by the government to shift away from groundwater as a source of potable water supply A further need for a number of large sized desalination plants has been identified to help meet this demand for water The Salalah IWPP which is presently under construction will meet the lion s share of water demand in the Dhofar Zone when it comes on stream in the nearest future Railways Oman National Railways Network HVO OMN 1 According to UKTI the Sultanate of Oman along with other members of the Gulf Co operation Council GCC is in early stages of setting up its first ever railway system at an estimated cost of 15 billion Plans for the Oman rail network span a length of over 2244 km over 9 segments between the Oman UAE border in the north and the border with Yemen in the south The network specification will be double track non electrified railway line with Continuous Welded Rail CWR requiring 12 000km of rails over 10 million sleepers and over 40 million rail fastenings Traffic will be a mixture of freight and passenger with plans for 46 stations and 8 maintenance yards Apart from key components such as tracks civil engineering rolling stock etc opportunities can be expected to arise throughout the life of the project in the following areas of activity Topographic Survey including

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  • Poland // Country Guides // Intec Export Intelligence
    the sector offers considerable opportunities for consultant engineers contactors manufacturers and suppliers of specialist machinery equipment and materials Mining Power Poland has resources totalling 44 2 billion tonnes of hard coal and 60 billion tonnes of lignite However it is estimated that Poland s hard coal and lignite reserves the portion of known resources that can be profitably mined and marketed with today s mining techniques total about 16 9 and 14 9 billion tonnes respectively with hard coal mainly located in Upper Silesia and in the Lublin basin Power generation from both hard coal and lignite accounted for almost 90 of Poland s total power consumption by 2010 Worldwide this put Poland second only to South Africa in its reliance on coal fired power as a percentage of total power generation just above China in third place More than half of Polish power stations are over 25 years old a quarter having been in operation for over 30 years and must be refurbished to meet EU environmental standards Railways Poland s railway network is one of the biggest in the EU and significant investment is taking place to meet European standards and to cope with significant passenger increase over recent years With financial assistance from the European Union as well as the state budget Rail infrastructure is also systematically being improved Defence Security Since joining NATO in 1999 the Polish Defence market has grown significantly and improvements aimed at meeting NATO goals worth at least 6bn annually will continue until 2019 Public security and compliance with the EU Common European Security Policy is a high priority and this sector will be worth 2 5bn annually by 2015 according to UKTI Poland s military is undergoing significant change designed to restructure it into compatibility and interoperability with other NATO forces

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  • Turkey Country Guide // Intec Export Intelligence
    largest economy and EU accession negotiations are leading to significant opportunities for UK companies in a broad range of sectors Turkish GDP grew by 8 5 in 2011 making the country the fastest growing economy of Europe and OECD Turkey is expected to be the fastest growing economy among OECD members during 2011 2017 with an annual average rate growth of 6 7 The ongoing EU accession talks are also a key driver for the modernisation of Turkey s economy and business environment With a large domestic market of 74 million people Turkey is also a springboard to the markets of Central Asia the Middle East Current Key Sectors Machine Tools and Engineering Turkey s rapidly expanding economy political and economic stability and the possibility of EU membership have created unprecedented levels of growth Consequently significant demands for specific areas of technology and expertise have been created as they work to fulfil their requirements and obligations as both EU members If Turkish companies are to remain competitive and address the requirements locally individual industry sectors need to upgrade in key areas to allow them achieve the necessary productivity and technical standards The implementation of the Action Programme to Enhance the

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  • India Country Guide // Intec Export Intelligence
    s GDP output and employ less than one third of its labour force currently estimated to be 471 million workers making it the second biggest workforce on the planet India s economy is being transformed by the highly entrepreneurial and rapidly globalising private sector Combined with massive government infrastructure investment and a legally binding commitment to reduce poverty and end hunger there are massive opportunities for exporters Current Key Sectors Cold Chain Supply India produces of 63 5 million tons of fruits and 125 89 million tons of vegetables every year India is also the largest producer of milk 105 million metric tons per year and produces 6 5 million tons of meat and poultry and 6 1 million tons of fish In addition to huge size of agro industry the pharmaceuticals industry in India is the world s third largest in terms of volume and stands 14th in terms of value The Cold Chain Industry in India is driven by Huge government infrastructure investment in cold chain facilities particularly surround the Golden Quadrilateral of Delhi Mumbai Chennai and Calcutta along with massive growth in organised retail Government investment and focus on preservation of food and other essential items as

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  • Machine Tools and Engineering - Turkey
    need to upgrade in key areas to allow them achieve the necessary productivity and technical standards The implementation of the Action Programme to Enhance the Competitiveness of Turkish Industry next year is intended to provide local industry with access to the solutions it needs to meet the new demands over the next 15 years In the National Programme for the Preparation for Membership of the European Union the Turkish government

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