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Go East Partenariat 2004

The City Council of Moncada (Valencia), through the municipal Enterprise Promoció Económica de Moncada, S.A. (PEMSA), has participated in the organization of the enterprise meeting "Go East Partenariat 2004" held in the city of Säla (Sweden) on the 7th and 8th of June 2004.

For their part, the organizers of the meeting have created a web page where you may find permanently updated information:

These meetings are an excellent opportunity to extend commercial relations of any kind, such as sales agreements, new products, representation, Joint venture, capital Venture, subcontracting, transnational cooperation support, technological transfer, penetration of other markets through cooperation, etc.

Hall which hosted the meetings of the 400 enterprises from the participating countries. Säla (Sweden).

This event has brought together about 400 small and medium-sized enterprises (hereinafter referred to as SMEs) from the European Union, Eastern Europe, Middle East and Asia for the purpose of encouraging trading exchanges between enterprises from the following 23 countries:

  1. European Union: Sweden, Denmark, Spain, UK, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland and Holland, besides those who have recently become members of the
    European Union: Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Poland.

  2. European Economic Space: Norway.

  3. Countries of Eastern Europe: Croatia, Montenegro and Kosovo.

  4. Commonwealth of Independent States: Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.

  5. Asia: India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, China and Vietnam.

The country with the highest representation of SMEs was Sweden (with 150 enterprises), the rest of the countries contributing with an average of 15 enterprises each.
The public enterprise of the City Council of Moncada Promoció Económica de Moncada S.A. (PEMSA), organizing the Spanish representation in this meeting, took on the responsibility of coordinating and supporting the participation of fifteen industrial and service enterprises related with the following economic sectors:

  1. Metal products, machinery and tools.

  2. Woodworking/furniture.

  3. Electronics and information and communication technology.

  4. Food and beverage.

  5. Tourism.

  6. Products and services for the disabled.

In May 2003 there was a meeting of the entities participating in the encounter of enterprises, in Vasteras (Sweden). The photograph reproduces a newspaper article about this meeting published in the local press.