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Workshop on Import Supply Chain

Due to the fact that the Palestinian businesspeople are not equipped to function to their greatest capacities, both vis-à-vis the Palestinian economy and the international economy as a result of the logistical obstacles, language barrier, and challenges they face while working within the Israeli system and living under occupation.

A two days training workshop on Import Supply Chain was organized aiming at increasing skills and knowledge of the Palestinian private sector regarding procedures related to importing and exporting across Israeli borders, checkpoints, etc., by providing them with the whole context of the import supply chain from the logistical aspects of the purchasing process until the shipment reaches its destination at the shippers premise, allowing them to conduct more efficient trade.

The aforementioned workshop was held on the 19th and 20th of March 2013, 24th and 25th of April, and 28th and 29th of May in Ramallah, Nablus, and Hebron respectively. Participants represented various positions from international organizations, public sector Institutions, private sector companies from importers and exporters, freight forwarders and custom clearing agencies, financial, educational, and environmental institutions, in addition to media and newspapers.