Companies to meet German truck maker

Twelve potential Israeli suppliers have arranged to meet with MAN thus far.

By DANIEL KENNEMER
September 27, 2006 09:19

 
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The Industry, Trade and Labor Ministry's Industrial Cooperation Authority is working to build contacts between Israeli companies and purchase managers of German heavy vehicle maker MAN Nutzfahrzeuge and arrange for meetings to take place at the 61st annual IAA Commercial Vehicles show taking place this week in Hanover. Building business contacts with MAN would help create jobs, develop disadvantaged national priority regions, and boost industry, exports and technology transfers, while helping foreign companies fulfill contractual reciprocal purchase obligations, the authority said. Twelve potential Israeli suppliers have arranged to meet with MAN thus far.

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