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Alabama delegation travels to Montréal for SEUS-CP Alliance conference

foreign trade

Commerce Secretary Greg Canfield will lead an Alabama delegation to Montréal for the 12th edition of the Southeastern United States-Canadian Provinces Alliance Conference, an annual gathering that showcases common economic ties and a strong trade relationship. SEUS-CP, as the conference is known, runs Sunday...

Written by Jerry Underwood

8 Alabama firms claim 2019 Governor’s Trade Excellence Awards

foreign trade

MONTGOMERY, Alabama -- Gov. Kay Ivey today announced the winners of the 2019 Governor’s Trade Excellence Awards, which recognize companies that fuel Alabama’s robust export business and sell their innovative designs and products in markets worldwide. This year’s eight honorees include key players in...

Written by Dawn Azok

Alabama Global Supply Chain & Logistics Summit set for Huntsville

foreign trade

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama – The Alabama Global Supply Chain & Logistics Summit, which begins Thursday afternoon, aims to provide valuable insights into how companies can increase supply chain efficiency and enhance competitiveness to succeed in the global market. The Summit’s 7th installment, with the theme...

Written by Jerry Underwood

Alabama team seeks stronger bonds at SEUS Japan 41 in Tokyo

foreign trade

Business leaders from across Alabama are participating in an international conference in Tokyo this week that aims to broaden economic and cultural ties between seven Southeastern states and Japan. The 41st annual joint meeting of the Southeast U.S.-Japan and the Japan-Southeast associations, known as...

Written by Jerry Underwood

Alabama trade mission seeks opportunities in Southeastern Europe

foreign trade

BUCHAREST, Romania -- Alabama Commerce Secretary Greg Canfield is leading a team of state business leaders on a trade mission this week to Romania and Bulgaria, countries that offer new markets in Southeastern Europe and a potential gateway to opportunities in other regions. The...

Written by Jerry Underwood

Alabama team showcases state for foreign investment at SelectUSA

foreign trade

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Alabama’s business recruiters are in the nation’s capital this week, selling the state’s diverse and growing business scene to potential investors from around the world. The 2018 SelectUSA Investment Summit, which kicks off today in Washington D.C., is the premier foreign...

Written by Dawn Azok

SEUS-Canada Alliance to kick off joint meeting in Mobile

foreign trade

MOBILE, Alabama -- Business leaders from across Canada and the Southeastern U.S. will gather in Mobile next week to seek new trade and investment opportunities and continue to build on already strong partnerships. The 11th Annual Southeastern United States – Canadian Provinces (SEUS-CP) Alliance...

Written by Dawn Azok

Commerce wins President’s ‘E’ Award for supporting Alabama exports

foreign trade

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross today presented the Alabama Department of Commerce with the President’s “E” Award for Export Service, the highest recognition an organization can receive for contributing to the expansion of U.S. exports. At a ceremony in the...

Written by Jerry Underwood

Port of Mobile taps partners to develop $60M auto export facility

foreign trade

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – The Port of Mobile is poised to become a major hub of auto export activity, with a new facility that will allow vehicles to be driven directly onto cargo ships bound for markets around the world. On Tuesday, representatives of...

Written by Dawn Azok

Alabama trade mission team seeks business connections in South America

foreign trade

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – Alabama Commerce Secretary Greg Canfield is leading a team of state business leaders on a trade mission in South America this week, aiming to forge new relationships and find new markets for their goods and services. The mission to Argentina...

Written by Dawn Azok

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