EICMA 2007: ICE Helps Move Product

Publish Date: 
Dec 5, 2007

MILAN, ITALY - Want to bring your business to Italy? Seeking a supplier in Italy?

The Italian Institute for Foreign Trade (ICE), also known as Italian Trade Commission, was responsible for attracting a number of the U.S. companies that exhibited at EICMA.

Headquartered in Rome, and with a satellite office in Los Angeles, the ICE is the government agency entrusted with promoting trade, business opportunities and industrial cooperation between Italian and foreign companies. It supports the internationalization of Italian firms and their consolidation in foreign markets, and can provide information and assistance to companies wishing to develop business in Italy or with Italian partners.

The organization also provides up-to-date information on Italian laws and regulations, provides an overview of the Italian economy, and serves as an official directory of Italian companies. Visit the ICE website, www.italtrade.com, for a searchable directory of over 40,000 Italian manufacturers and suppliers, with company profiles, online catalogs and business opportunities.

Furthermore, by joining the ICE ? membership is free ? you receive customized services and assistance tailored to your specific needs.

For more information, contact:

Italian Trade Commission
1801 Avenue of the Stars
Suite 700
Los Angeles, CA 90067
Phone 323/879-0950
Fax 310/203-8335