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4 Peruvian Gammara firms export 2,000 clothes to Sao Paolo
22
Nov '13
Under the export-driven pilot project endorsed by the Peruvian Ministry of Production (PRODUCE), the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism (MINCETUR) and the ACP Group, four apparel enterprises from the Gammara commercial emporium in Peru exported around 2,000 cotton garments to the Brazilian city of Sao Paolo.
 
According to a statement issued by PRODUCE, over 2,000 cotton garments for men and women, made by entrepreneurs in the micro and small enterprises (MSMEs) from the Gammara commercial clothing emporium, were sent to Sao Paolo, under the agreement signed by PRODUCE, The Export and Tourism Promotion Board of Peru (PROMPERU) and ACP Group, that allows apparel products from the country access to the Brazilian markets.
 
As per the agreement nine Gammara companies were to export their products to Brazil under the pilot project, of which 4 have completed production and sent their goods and the rest five firms would be fulfilling their commitments by January, 2014.
 
According to the Ministry, the 2,000 apparel goods exported to the Sao Paolo would be marketed at the distribution center of Fashion Bras Mall, which houses around 6,000 commercial establishments and is considered the first industrial empire of the city.
 
The agreement was signed in June, 2013, and during the pilot project each entity assisted the Gammara firms in the entire process, the PRODUCE acted as an advisory to the apparel firms during the production of the garments, whereas PROMPERU oversaw the business aspect of the project like finding customers and promoting the goods, and the ACP group was responsible for the logistics part of the project such as cost, taxes, material for the promotion and sale of clothing.
 
The four Gammara emporium enterprises that exported the clothing to the Brazilian city were Moon Line Textile Corporation, Fina Morena, Helena Borda, and DZJ Newline.
 

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