NAM CSSTC Promoted the Study of Collaboration between Tanzanian and Indonesian Entrepreneurs
The Non-Aligned Movement Centre for South-South Technical Cooperation (NAM CSSTC), as a follow-up to a business to business meeting in Dar es Salaam (Tanzania), helped discuss the collaboration between Tanzanian and Indonesian businessmen. The manner in which the two companies collaborate involved the exchange of processing machinery and the creation of manufacturing commodity shops in Tanzania.
The facilitation seeks to increase the importance of commerce to non-aligned countries like Indonesia and Tanzania. It also seeks to encourage goods / services knowledge through means of face-to-face meetings between Indonesian and Tanzanian businesses.
“Mr. Desdery Rutakyamilwa [Celestine] presents here all the way from Tanzania to gain first-hand observation the equipment and machinery [that were presented during the B2B Meeting],” said Ronny Prasetyo Yuliantoro, Director of NAM CSSTC at meeting with Centre for Integrated Agribusiness Development (CIAD) in Pasuruan (29/2).
The meeting would enhance the exchange between Indonesia and Tanzania of knowledge, technological details and facilities.
Celestine welcomed the partnership opportunity with CIAD that could have a significant effect on the production of agricultural processing products in Tanzania. He hoped that potential attempts to collaborate will be enforced through selling chips manufacturing machinery and constructing outlets in Dodoma or Dar es Salaam.
In addition to being introduced to the CIAD system, Celestine had toured previously the Institut Pertanian Bogor (IPB), PT Timah, PT Pupuk and palm oil processing firm(s) in the island of Sumatra via the Indonesian Embassy in Dar es Salaam’s Business Familiarisation Trip project.