IMPACT Project from the Duquesne University SBDC Global Business Program, will be in Expomin
The U.S. Department of Commerce has awarded the IMPACT Project from the Duquesne University SBDC Global Business Program in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with the Market Development Cooperator Program (MDCP) to organize an exhibit at the EXPOMIN Mining show in Chile and to invite all U.S. companies from the mining, technology, water and construction to participate as exhibitors. The booth fees are being partially subsidized.
This will be the third time that the IMPACT Project visits Chile. Since 2015, it exhibited at the Conexpo/Edifica show, then in 2016 exhibited at Expomin and returned later that year as part of the “Trade Winds” trade mission organized by the U.S. Embassy in Chile. In 2018, it will exhibit under the USA Pavilion.
The U.S. companies look to connect with their industry peers in Chile to explore joint business opportunities. Among the products that will be exhibiting will be water recycling plants, bits, chisels, hammers, drilling equipment, heat exchangers made of titanium, chemical sealants to stop water leakage, turbine and compressor equipment, light towers based on solar energy, among others. To see the full list of U.S. companies interested in doing business in Chile, please visit the IMPACT Project website at www.sbdc.duq.edu/impact