Blog

Agricultural Manufacturers of Canada (AMC) President in Chile to Continue Sector Drive for Global Expansion

  • By: AMC
  • On: 03/08/2018 10:15:22
  • In: News
On behalf of the agricultural equipment manufacturers in Canada, AMC's president, Leah Olson, applauds the Canadian government for the formal signing of the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP).
MEDIA ADVISORY
Agricultural Manufacturers of Canada (AMC) President in Chile to Continue Sector Drive for Global Expansion -- Applauds Canadian Government Move to Secure More Trade Markets as CPTPP Signed

On behalf of the agricultural equipment manufacturers in Canada, AMC's president, Leah Olson, applauds the Canadian government for the formal signing of the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP). Olson is part of the Canadian delegation in Chile, Santiago and leads an organization that is dedicated to sustaining a strong, viable and highly respected Canadian agricultural manufacturing industry.

WHO: Leah Olson, President, Agricultural Manufacturers of Canada

WHEN: Thursday, March 8, 2018 16:00-16:45 CLST

WHERE: Crowne Plaza Hotel –Constitucion Room Avenue L.B. O'Higgins 136, Santiago, Chile

WHY: This agreement represents a huge opportunity for Canadian farmers and by virtue of their success, Canadian agricultural equipment manufacturers. Shortline manufacturers help keep rural economies strong employing approximately 12,000 people primarily in communities less than 10,000. Canadian agricultural equipment manufacturers meet the demands of Canadian farmers who grow crops and raise livestock in harsh conditions hence making Canadian made farm equipment some of the best in the world. Canadian agriculture equipment manufacturers export $1.9 billion worth of farm equipment to over 150 countries.

HOW: For interviews or additional information please contact:
Leah Olson, 306-570-7138 or leah@a-m-c.ca

AMC's mission is to foster and promote the growth and developmentof the agricultural equipment manufacturing industry in Canada.

Contributors