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        Trade Missions



        The LCC organizes, articulates and follows-up on the performance of business delegations attending specialized trade or technological missions in order to be informed of target markets, promote their products and/or services and to perform benchmarking on aspects of interest.

        With over 10 years of experience organizing trade missions, the LCC has achieved high satisfaction indicators and business deals beyond the initial forecast.



        Group participation in trade missions counting with the LCC’s backing and support from our industry specialists.

        Trade missions’ coordination: business agenda, transportation, meeting venues, among others.

        Promotion of the participation - prior, during and after the trade mission

        Assistance and consulting services.

        Direct coordination with the Peruvian Commercial Offices abroad.

        Aimed to: Exporters, importers, producers, traders and agents.



        The LCC organizes two types of missions:

        Trade Missions:

        To carry out commercial research

        To further deepen knowledge about business aspects.

        To search for potential suppliers


        Technological Mission.

        Knowledge of new technologies and innovative processes of the industry.


        The organized missions can be multisectoral or specialized in any of the following industries: 

        Food and Beverage.
        Apparels and Textiles

        Manufacture industry: jewelry, gift and decorating items, plastics and services.




        Is the participation fee charged per person or per company? 

        The fee charged is per company. Travel expenses and per diem are covered by each participant. Special rates will apply for LCC’s members. 


        Are there any requirements to be qualified to participate in an international trade fair?

        Some important selection criteria are:

        To have an exporting offer potential.

        To be an incorporated legally company.

        To be part of any of the industries mentioned before.

        Not to owe any dues towards the LCC or the co-organizing entity.


        How many business meetings I may expect?

        It is considered a minimum of 6 appointments as long as the company provided in time the information requested by the industry specialist (company profile).


        Does the LCC is in charge of samples’ shipping?

        No. The industry specialists will assist LCC’s members with shipment options for their samples. Only in exceptional circumstances and under the company’s responsibility, the LCC will manage the arrangements for the samples’ shipment.



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        International Trade Center (511) 219-1775



        Lima Chamber of Commerce CCL - Giuseppe Garibaldi Avenue No. 396, Jesús María. Telephone: (511) 463-3434 / Los Olivos Office: Carlos Izaguirre Avenue No. 754 - Los Olivos T. 219 1843 / Gamarra Office: Jr. Gamarra No. 653, Of. 601 (Gallery Plaza) - La Victoria T. 219 1840 / Callao Office: Sáenz Peña Avenue No. 807 – 809, Callao. T. 219 1841 / Commercial Air Center Office: Elmer Faucett Avenue n / n, Of. 221, Model "A" T. 219 1841 / Santa Anita Office: Los Eucaliptos Avenue No. 947, Santa Anita. T. 219-1511


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