Havana, Cuba.-The 4th Business Fair in Cuba continues today its exhibition at Expocuba capital fairground, a scenario where Cuban companies participate in identifying potentialities with the country”s economic players.
The event will take place from May 10 to 25, and there are about 300 participating entities, of which 262 are from the state, 15 joint ventures, and 8 non-agricultural cooperatives.
The vice president of Corporación Alimentaria SA (CORALSA), Nancy Alejano, told Prensa Latina that of the 15 mixed companies present at the fair, seven correspond to that entity, and all of them are involved in defining the demands for 2018.
She commented that CORALSA aims at promoting foreign investment and enhance, through the attention to partners, the achievement of its productive, commercial and financial objectives.
Alejano explained that among the proposals to this fair, this entity will present an exhibition for the Cuban Ministry of Tourism, in accordance with one of its lines of work and another for the company Port Ship Supply (SUMARPO) in charge of supplying logistics to cruise ships.
This last meeting is of great interest to CORALSA, she said, due to the increasing number of cruise ships visiting the island and the increase of the frequencies of its trips, which will bring a greater demand for supplies for these ships.