HVAC-R Exporters Association ( ISIB) organized a Sectoral Trade Delegation organization with the participation of Turkish exporters in Serbia between May 8-10. Kerem Ünlü and Ömer Duyar, Board Members representing ISIB, participated in the organization.
22 companies from Turkey and 80 companies from Serbia participated in the bilateral meetings held on May 9th in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, and a total of 277 business meetings were held. During the meetings, Hami Aksoy, Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey in Belgrade, visited the participating companies and shared information.
Prior to the meetings, Yasemin Yüce, Trade Counselor of the Republic of Turkey in Belgrade, informed the participants about the country’s economic situation, business culture, and relations between Turkey and Serbia.
Bratislav Blagojevic, President of SMEITS, Serbian Union of Mechanical and Electrical Engineers and Technicians, and Vladan Galebovic, Secretary General visited the event. They discussed with the ISIB Board of Directors the participation of our member companies in the KGH International HVAC-R exhibition to be organized by SMEITS in Belgrade on December 6-8, 2023. Officials from the Turkish-Serbian Businessmen Association also visited the event.
Kerem Ünlü, Member of the ISIB Board of Directors, stated that the sectoral trade delegation organization held in Serbia was very productive and continued as follows: “Serbia is a developing and growing country in South-Eastern Europe. It has strategic importance for our sector due to its geographical proximity. As the Turkish HVAC-R sector, we are among the top 5 countries in Serbia’s imports. We organized the trade delegation organization in order to increase our power in the country as a sector. We observed that our companies participating in our organization made many contacts that will turn into exports in these meetings. We believe that the relations between countries and sectors will increase even more with our marketing, communication, and training activities and we will further increase our export targets.”