Larry White, international agribusiness manager for the North Dakota Trade Office (NDTO), received the North Dakota Angus Association’s President’s Award on Nov. 17 for his work with Angus cattle and promotion of North Dakota livestock across the globe. The President’s Award is given by the North Dakota Angus Association (NDAA) to a person in or involved with the association who has made a lasting impact on the breed in North Dakota.
FARGO, N.D – A delegation of 15 ranchers, farmers and cattle owners from Kazakhstan are touring North Dakota this November as part of an educational reverse trade mission organized by the North Dakota Trade Office (NDTO). The Kazakh delegation arrived in North Dakota Nov. 10 and will be visiting ranches throughout the state before departing on Nov. 22, 2012.
The North Dakota Trade Office (NDTO ) will be partnering with the North Dakota Department of Agriculture and the Northern Crops Institute to host the 2013 China-North Dakota ‘Better for You Foods’ Conference & Exhibition. This event will give North Dakota value-added food producers the opportunity to demonstrate their high-quality products to Chinese buyers, food producers and research and development specialists. The event will take place in Guangzhou March 19-20 and Beijing March 21-22, 2013, and will be led by North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring.
By James MacPherson, Associated Press, Oct. 31, 2012
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BISMARCK, N.D. — Transplanted North Dakota cattle are thriving in Kazakhstan’s cold climate, but many of the former Soviet republic’s cowboys are still greenhorns, so it has hired Great Plains ranch hands to help out and is sending some of its own to the U.S. for training, a state trade official said.
FARGO, N.D. – Five executives from the China SDIC International Trade Co., Ltd. (SDIC Trade) will be touring North Dakota Oct. 28-31, 2012, as a follow-up to the North Dakota Trade Office (NDTO) and North Dakota Department of Agriculture (NDDA) March 2012 China Trade Mission. SDIC Trade is a large food importer and has built a distribution network covering all of China.
Five executives from the China State Development & Investment Corp (SDIC) will be touring North Dakota Oct. 28-31, 2012, as a follow-up to the North Dakota Trade Office (NDTO) March 2012 China Trade Mission. SDIC is a large food importer and has built a distribution network covering all of China.
BISMARCK – Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring says North Dakota’s first trade mission to Colombia in four years shows promise for a long and profitable trade relationship.
FARGO – Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring, the North Dakota Trade Office (NDTO), and the U.S. Commercial Service will lead six North Dakota companies on a Trade Mission to Colombia, Oct. 8-12.
Superior Inc., a manufacturer of grain storage and handling systems out of Kindred, ND was presented with the US Department of Commerce’s Export Achievement Certificate on Monday, Oct. 1. The award was presented by the US Commercial Service and Representative Rick Berg. The Export Achievement Award recognizes companies that have shown growth in exports, remained in good financial standing, and demonstrated a willingness to talk with other businesses about expanding their export market.