Lansing, MI, July 13, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- The World Trade Forum, an international trade portal covering foreign trade news and global business resources at http://www.ForeignTradeExchange.com/forum, announced this morning the release of its new international marketing program to promote Michigan industrial suppliers in overseas markets. According to Conrad Bailey, spokesperson for ForeignTRADEX, which is the publisher of the World Trade Forum, the marketing program is intended to help spark Michigan's slow economy by increasing its exports to European countries as well as Asia.
Bailey said the website's primary focus is on helping American manufacturers enter or expand into foreign markets with its current focus on Michigan. "Although the entire industrial sector of the United States is experiencing the effects of a sluggish economy, increasing foreign competition and rising energy costs, it has never been more important for American manufacturers and exporters to increase its customer base in the global industrial marketplace." He added, Michigan has long been one of the country's most important markets when it comes to industrial production and that's why the World Trade Forum has decided to do its part to help industrial suppliers in the State expand globally."
Michigan and other U.S. manufacturers of industrial goods interested in exporting overseas can join the company's international industrial marketing program at http://www.WorldwideIndustrialMarketplace.com/freelisting.html. Approved companies will be promoted throughout the Industrial Leaders Groups network consisting of over 180 industrial directories targeting various countries. According to Bailey, Michigan manufacturers in and around Detroit, Clinton, Grand Rapids, Dearborn, Warren, Livonia, Ann Arbor, Lansing, Sterling Heights and Flint will be given priority.
About World Trade Forum
The World Trade Forum analyzes and rates the Web's leading international trade portals at http://www.ForeignTradeExchange.com/forum/. The site is designed to connect industrial importers and exporters worldwide seeking to enter or expand into overseas markets focusing primarily on promoting US-based manufacturers of industrial products.
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