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Jean-Pierre Garnier, export manager AHDB Beef and Lamb, said: "Our traditional European export markets for sheep meat - France, Germany, Ireland, Belgium, the Netherlands, Italy Spain and Portugal - still account for 97% of our exports to member states.
Chris Milne, newly appointed general manager of Turbosmart UK, was the firm's export manager prior to this new role.
The business has approximately a 25 per cent market share in the UK and recently employed an export manager in Germany to grow sales across Europe.
David van Wees and Anthony Giardina, cofounders of Latis, and Palm Breweries export manager Bart Brits.
SeeNews) - Apr 29, 2013 - Austrian pharmaceutical company Gebro considers the expansion of its business with Turkish partners via joint projects, export manager Stefan Plischke told daily Wirtshaftsblatt.
The industry did not expect Egyptian traders to make it to exhibitions and many had questions about the country's security and stability, said the export manager of a sweets manufacturing company.
Slower than expected demand in the frozen field, which is a key market in Europe, may in part have been due to the fact that machines installed by us more than 15 years ago are still running well," said Henri Veltmans, export manager of the Stramproy, Holland-based company.
Inter Beaujolais export manager for Europe and Asia, Aurelie Vabre, said UK retailers suffered from a lack of knowledge about Beaujolais - the only red wine that benefits from being served slightly chilled.
Egbert Klokkers, International Export Manager at Westfleisch, believes that his company's export operations have already recorded 'particularly pleasing growth' for this year.
The graduates, who include Trevor Millar, export manager at Cowell's Pavlova Kitchen, Dehua Pan, business development manager with Mathias Meats, and Jurie Breytenbach, minerals key account manager at New Zealand Steel, completed the Diploma of International Trade by distance learning with the New Zealand School of Export.
A BRITISH Export Association (BExA) award to an export manager from Corus in South Wales has highlighted the importance of export to the steel industry.
The Passport to Export programme offers a tailor-made package of support, that can include training, while the Virtual Export Manager initiative will match a company with an export manager chosen to meet their needs to work alongside staff, offering hands-on support and the chance to learn from their experience.

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