exporTT Limited (formerly known as Business Development Company Ltd)

The BDC is also the official trade promotion organization of Trinidad and Tobago, assuming the International Business Promotion and Export Certification functions once directed by the Tourism and Industrial Development Company of Trinidad and Tobago Limited, which ceased operation in 2006.
The BDC offers an impressive and comprehensive portfolio of solution-driven products and services. These include Consultancy Services, Export Certification, Financial Support Services, International Business Promotion Support Services, Trade Assistance, Training and Business Advisory Services.
The BDC also has a wholly owned subsidiary, Caribbean Leasing Company Limited (CLCL), charged with the responsibility of providing equipment and machinery leasing facilities to companies in Trinidad and Tobago.
This facility allows businesses to become more competitive through the upgrading and modernizing of their operations and systems. They are better equipped to compete locally as well as internationally, producing goods and services with cutting edge machinery. Cash conservation, one of the major benefits of leasing, has allowed businesses to invest in other areas of their operations such as working capital, expansion and employee benefits geared toward staff retention.

Member type

Associate

Address

151 B Charlotte Street

City

Port-of-Spain

Country

Trinidad

Phone number

1-868-623-5507 /624-7171

Fax Number

1-868-625-8126

Email address

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Website

http://www.bdc.co.tt

Products/Services

Co-financing of export related costs e.g.: product registration, translation services & trade shows. International market access through market survey missions, trade missions and tarde shows. International maket data. Trade Certification services and Exporter Training to new and existing exporters.

TTMA Notice

Trade Brief

TTMA’s Trade Brief May/June 2011

4th July, 2011

The TT-Panama Partial Scope Agreement was concluded on June 3, 2011 after merely three rounds of negotiations, which is testament to the willingness of both parties to expand trade.
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Press Release

TTMA calls for action on growing crime problem

7th January, 2014

The Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers’ Association (TTMA) is concerned with the continued high murder rate and general high crime levels in the country. 400 murders for 2013 is 400 too many for our society. We
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