Visit of Chinese Department of Commerce Delegation


A delegation from the Department of Commerce of Zhejiang Province, China, and up to 20 companies from the region will visit Ireland between the 31 Mar – 6 April 2011. The delegation wishes to contact Irish companies interested in outsourcing some of their processes to China, and Irish companies willing to take on logistics and warehousing management for Chinese companies. The delegation is interested in the following outsourcing projects (but not limited to):

·Computer software development: please look for the software development companies specializing in custom application development and system integration;
·Call centre: please look for the local Irish companies who would like to outsource Order Taking and Customer Service to China; 
·Logistics and supply chain management: please look for the logistics expert in Ireland to see if Chinese companies can outsource the warehouse and logistics management to Irish companies.

There are spaces for a limited number of Irish companies to meet with the delegation. For further information please contact Mark O’Mahoney, Projects Manager, Chambers Ireland, at mark.omahoney@chambers.ie or call 01 6612888

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