Paris, 17 November 2022 (TDI): At the Paris protective work and sportswear show “Expo Protection 2022,” 27 Pakistani enterprises participated.

The three days expo kickstarted on 15 November 2022 & lasted till 17 November 2022 at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles.

Asim Iftikhar Ahmed, Pakistan’s Ambassador to France toured the Expo and met Pakistani businesspeople who shared their participation experience and ideas to increase exports.

The Expo Protection conference aims to comprehend and foresee the changes that will shape the market, including the emancipated firm, the future professions, the future crimes, and the smart and secure city.

The global event known as Expoprotection brings together various risk management markets. The goal of the vendors and buyers who will be meeting at the show is to protect individuals and organizations.

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OHS, QWL, MSD prevention, security, safety gear, work clothes, first aid supplies, and environmental dangers as well as intervention & rescue, components & accessories, protection, work wear, industrial risks, fire, safety security, and cyber prevention were among the things on display at the expo.

Gloves n Gloves (GnG) Pakistan exhibited their products at the expo, presented by their Sales and Marketing head, Rao Umer Farooq. He stated “Our goal at GnG is to provide the highest caliber items and establish ourselves as the go-to supplier.

We’re committed to assisting businesses in overcoming their most difficult operational problems. We are fervent in our search for solutions that function for you”.

They displayed Proban FR Garments, Antistatic, Hi Vis, Oil, Chemical, and acid repellent garments, Nurse Scrubs, Lab Coats, and Cargo trousers along with Industrial and Cut Resistant and Impact protection Mechanics Gloves.

The Ministry of Commerce will serve as the administrative Ministry for the Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP), which was founded on November 8, 2006, by Presidential Ordinance.

The Export Promotion Bureau (EPB) was replaced by TDAP, which has the mandate to take a more comprehensive approach to the development of international commerce than its predecessor.

As the top trade organization in the nation, TDAP is expected to be a committed, powerful, and empowered organization that is properly managed.