By Monique Labat General Manager

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Exchange Support Services to Exporters with uncommon concentrate on Cut Flowers & Fruit Agribusiness Export Awareness Workshop Thursday, 18 November 2010 Monique Labat, General Manager by Monique Labat • General Manager

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Agenda World Trade Point Federation Tradepoint South Africa Durban ETOs and GTDS DTI Trade Leads 2011 Flower, Fruit & Veg Exhibitions Cut blooms & Ornamental plants Flower Day Calendar Tropical & Off-Season Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Tradepoint's 2011 Events Calendar

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World Trade Point Federation Origin UNCTAD (United Nations Conference on Trade & Development) WTPF (Non benefit) est. in 2000 to help SMEs enter Int. markets Special consideration given to nations less progressed in exchange advancement UNCTAD helps WTPF through limit building exercises Global organization: advance exchange, improvement and lessen destitution 106 Trade Points in 70 nations around the globe 4 Trade Points in South Africa: TPSA Johannesburg, TPSA Durban, TPSA Nelson Mandela Bay & TPSA Mbombela

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A Public Private Partnership Tradepoint South Africa Durban's accomplices: KZN Department of Economic Development & Tourism eThekwini Municipality Trade & Investment KwaZulu-Natal (TIKZN) Small Enterprise Development Agency (seda) Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Host Institution)

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What is a Trade Point? An exchange assistance focus Participants in remote exchange exchanges gathered under a physical/virtual space to give essential administrations to exchange exchanges. Wellspring of exchange related data Providing genuine and potential dealers with information about market openings, potential customers and providers, and in addition exchange directions and prerequisites.

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Where are we based? 4 th floor, Tourist Junction, 160 Monty Naicker Street, Durban Trade help focus: PCs & preparing office Trade-related data: advertise openings, send out leads, access to databases, potential customers, providers & directions Arrange gatherings: business banks, cargo f/corrections officers & shipping Export and import enlistment shapes SARS DA 185 Assist SMEs to finish DTI EMIA frames for presentation interest Our geographic impression is the Province of KwaZulu-Natal All industry segments are advanced for fares by Tradepoint including administrations

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What does it cost? We are a participation based association. Rates from 1 Jan 2010: Annual Fee R100 incl VAT per annum for developing exporters Annual Fee R500 incl VAT per annum for exporters & shippers Annual Fee R550 incl VAT per annum for administration suppliers

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ETO's and GTDS: Services of World Trade Point Federation The Electronic Trade Opportunity (ETO) framework offers the accompanying for your organization universally Dissemination of your organization's Trade Leads Finding New Suppliers Discovering new markets Accessing the most recent data on offer & request Each item put onto the ETO is recognized by the Harmonized Commodity Description (HS Code)

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Global Trade Directory System (GTDS) The GTDS is a broad overall database of organizations oversaw by the World Trade Point Federation which gives dependable and cutting-edge data on organizations connected with the Trade Point Network Companies being recorded need to meet certain criteria before being set onto the GTDS: SARS Exporter/Importer Customs Code Proof of organization enrollment Company logo & pictures of items Once the sum total of what prerequisites have been met the organization profile on the framework gets a " Star Ranking "

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Dept of Trade & Industry: Trade Leads Daily Bulletin - 15 Nov 2010 - Products needed: Oranges, apples, peppadew, macadamia nuts, natural product juices, tomatoes, beans, flavors, wines, dessert shop, oats and so on. Nations wishing to import above items: Thailand and Nigeria Contact: Mr Wiseman Myeni Tel: 012 – 394 1276 Email:

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Cut Flowers & Ornamental Plants Floriculture Statistical Information accessible on Major bloom sales' amounts & normal week by week costs from Neth. & Japan while discount costs are from Singapore European costs are cited in € Euro while Asian costs cited in nearby monetary forms & US$ Dollar Prices are cited per stem and are identified with size in cm Netherlands – cut blossoms turnover expanded by 16% contrasted with Sep 2009 Bestsellers were: roses, chrysanthemum, lillies , gerberas & alstroemeria Total normal cost for all blooms was €0.25 per stem Higher costs were accomplished: chrysanthemums, gypsophila, hypericum , proteas , Increase in amounts of South African proteas Bestsellers were protea barbigeria and grandiceps . Protea shippers reported their best offers of the year in Oct 2010.

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Cut Flowers & Ornamental Plants France - Cut blossom business contrarily influenced by strikes in Paris & other extensive urban communities. Drastically influenced cut blossoms showcase particularly for inland transport - trains & trucks Italy – Best venders were roses, chrysanthemums, anthurium , gypsophila & orchids. The carnation, customarily most imperative cut bloom, significantly less utilized than typical Norway – Very great request and deals for Halloween, particularly orange hued Netherlands – Sale of house-plants turnover expanded by 2% contrasted with Oct 2009. Phalaenopsis orchid costs expanded to €4.00. half of aggregate turnover of every blooming plant comprise of this orchid sort Denmark – Phalaenopsis orchid costs expanded by 10% by and large

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Global Floriculture Outlook Global fares developing at a yearly 10.3% normal development rate World fares anticipated that would achieve US$25billion by 2012 Developed nations in EU, USA & Asia represent 90% of world exchange horticulture Annual utilization of industrially developed blossoms overall shift, yet extend from US$40-60billion Consumers have turned out to be more refined in requesting new items Niche advertises in Eastern Europe are getting to be prime development prospects New blossom creating nations are Columbia, Ecuador, Kenya and Ethiopia China is purportedly quadrupling yearly bloom fares to US$200million or more than 1billion stems by 2011 Merger of two biggest Dutch co-agent bloom barters FloraHolland & Bloemenveiling Aalsmeer World's biggest bloom showcase now called FloraHolland Combined offers of US$4.68billion Increase in direct deals channel i.e. general stores & retail outlets, change in appropriation Wal-Mart and Tesco's expanded measure of buys procured straightforwardly from cultivators under long haul contracts

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Flowers Day Calendar – December 2010

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Tropical & Off-Season Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Weekly Price report accessible each Friday on Information got from 4 noteworthy European markets Prices are normal discount showcase costs in € Euros, in kg, imported via air Avocado H ass assortment – Market Belgium, Origin South Africa in this occasion cost per container of 4kg via ocean cargo = €6.00 Persimmon (Kaki) assortment Sharon – Market Netherlands, Origin South Africa cost per kg = €2.20 Kumquat – Market Netherlands, Origin South Africa cost per kg = €5.00 contenders Argentina got €6.75 in Belgium Market & Brazil got €3.21 in UK Market Pineapple – Market Netherlands, Origin South Africa cost per container €10 Competitors Mauritius €11 Costa Rica €15.00

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What to consider before choosing to trade Your item and its portrayal - what is the HS Code for your organic product? Creation, outside exchange – who is bringing in your natural product? In what volumes? At what cost? Well known assortments for your natural product – if watermelons then "Sugar-child", "Red sweet", Black Diamond" or "Jupiter"? Shopper inclinations - Taste, wellbeing angles, acquiring propensities, value Market get to – taxes, obligations, principles and directions Distribution channels – natural product & vegetable dealers Packaging & naming – fitting in with EU controls, data on GMO Sales advancement – support in exchange fairs Market prospects – what are the patterns for your organic product? Access to potential shippers – contact Tradepoint

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International Exhibitions: Flower Shows & Fruit Trade Fairs 2 – 5 Dec 10 Growtech Eurasia, Antalya, Turkey - Horti, Agric, Flori 12 – 15 Jan 11 Flora Egypt, Cairo, Egypt – Flori 9-11 Feb 11 Fruit Logistica, Berlin, Germany – Fruit & Veg 16 – 19 Feb 11 Biofach, Nurnberg, Germany – World Organic Trade Fair 8 – 12 Oct 11 Anuga, Cologne, Germany - Food & Beverages World Fair 13 – 15 Oct 11 IFEX, Tokyo, Japan – Int Flower Expo Oct 11 Horti Fair, Amsterdam, Netherlands – Horti, Flori Dec 11 Int. Plants Expo Asia, Foshan, China - Plants 21 – 25 Oct 12 SIAL, Paris, France – Food Show (Bi-yearly)

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Access to Research, Knowledge & Information Register with International Trade Center For Market News Service, week by week and month to month reports including value citations from significant European markets for Tropical & Off-Season Fresh Fruits and vegetables, Cut Flowers & Ornamental Plants Register with UN Procurement Register with SAIBL South African claim to fame nourishment & wine inside and out profiles of a few SAIBL forte sustenance and wine customers & SAIBL e-index e-list showcases legitimately South African items in Wine, Specialty Food & Giftware. Effective makers in the household market ought to observe that providing the US market may require uncommon changes in item and procedure; e.g. one of Jim's E African customers was creating moved oat items locally, yet with the assistance of the Talier Trading Group, they are currently delivering breakfast cer