Products Pacific LLC Progresses Business Interest with Solomon Islands at Dubai Expo


Deputy Commissioner General and Pavilion Director, Denis Marita together with Business Representative Bryan Keniasina received Products Pacific LLC Chief Executive Officer, Ahmed Shak Ahmed at the Solomon Islands Expo 2020 Pavilion yesterday for a Soft Launching of the company’s promotional brochures including discussions on several matters of interest.

A statement from the team said Mr Ahmed, an Emirati National, has for the past few weeks-maintained contacts with the Solomon Islands Pavilion after an earlier meeting with Commissioner General Ambassador Moses Kouni Mose in October.

Mr Ahmed Shak Ahmed (right) with DCG Dennis Marita and Business Representative Bryan Keniasina at the Soft Launching of the Pacific Products Brochure

 In welcoming Mr Ahmed, DCG Marita said that the presence of Solomon Islands at the Expo 2020 Dubai was the ideal platform to help introduce the various products and services that Solomon Islands could offer especially to the international community and at a large gathering as such where the prospects of new Trade and Economic Development relations are established.

 “I am aware of your earlier meeting with CG Ambassador Mose and have noted with gratitude your commitment and determination in expressing interest to be the focal point of the various business products made in the Solomon Islands here in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and extending into the other Gulf countries”.

DCG Marita added that since the opening of Expo 2020 Dubai, many visitors have been showing interest in our Soltuna and Kokonut Pacific products, which Mr Ahmed believes will be popular shelf products in the Middle East in the future amongst many others.

 Pacific Products LLC is a UAE registered company and has plans to assist Pacific Island countries like the Solomon Islands in exporting their range of products to the Middle East including the engagement of workers and sports personnel to the United Arab Emirates which has a current population of almost 10 million people.

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