AEKI (Indonesian Coffee Exporters and Industries Association) was established as a sense of togetherness in uniting the steps of coffee exporters in responding to the Government’s problem to take part in the coffee trade system which since 1969 the World Coffee Organisation (ICO) has implemented quota for its members.
Formed in 1951, the Hotel and Restaurant Association of the Philippines (HRAP) is the single voice consolidating the Philippines private hospitality sector. It was formed when hotel managers and restaurateurs found themselves beset by common issues, such as service charges, breakages and losses, and theft amongst employees. Heads came together to form a united stand, prompting the association’s birth on September 12th 1951.
As a non-profit organization, the Association is operated by members of hotel owners, restaurant managers, and CEOs from various private enterprises. Their goal is to contribute to the development, growth and promotion of the Philippines as an attractive tourist destination.
The Lao Coffee Association (LCA) represents the coffee stakeholders in Lao P.D.R (producers, roasters, traders) and has been involved with the sector for 20 years. The Lao Coffee Association’s overall objective is to promote the Lao coffee sector and represent the Lao coffee stakeholders both on the national and international level.
MALAYSIAN ASSOCIATION OF HOTELS (MAH) was established in 1974. Since its inception, MAH has constantly enhanced the hotel and tourism industry by integrating member hotels throughout Malaysia. To date, MAH has over 1,000 members under 13 chapters and partnerships with both the private sectors and Government agencies such as the Ministry of Tourism. Being officially recognised as a National Hotel Association, MAH is committed to the exacting standards of service quality acknowledged by Malaysia and beyond.
Official Representation of German Companies: The network of the German chambers of foreign trade is the most important partner abroad for the promotion of foreign trade. Together with the German diplomatic representations (embassies and consulates), they represent the interests of the German economy vis-à-vis politics and administration in the host country. This function commits the German chambers to neutrality and objectivity.
Thai Coffee Association was established in year 1982 in the name of Thai Coffee Association. The objectives of the association was to support and develop Thai coffee to be known in the global market. The association worked closely with coffee farmers and the Thai government to enroll Thailand as a member of International Coffee Organisation (ICO).
The Vietnam Coffee – Cocoa Association (VICOFA) has over 100 members who are enterprises, companies, production and processing enterprises purchasing, exporting coffee and cocoa, research centers and research institutes, in the country from the North to the South in both Robusta and Arabica coffee regions.
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