Voice of the exporter
In 1986 The National Exporters Association (NEA) was established to support the exporters of Sri Lanka. In 1994 it was incorporated as The National Chamber of Exporters of Sri Lanka (NCE) becoming the only trade Chamber in Sri Lanka serving exclusively to the Export Sector. The Membership of the Chamber is open to all exporters of products & services and suppliers of products and services to the export industry
NCE- National Cleaner Production Center
NCE is a shareholder of NCPC since year 2009.
The services related to Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production (RECP) ensures optimum and efficient use of resources, reduction and recycling of waste, with a cleaner production environment. NCPC provides training and awareness related to all the services they provide. Apart from that center conducts training programs on novel environmental concepts such as Life Cycle analysis, Eco design, Eco innovation, Environmental management and accounting, Responsible care and responsible production. Two types of training programs are conducted by NCPC.Ensures long-term sustainability of enterprises and increase in profitability. Conforms to the requirements of buyers relating to long-term sustainability of enterprises as well as Social Responsibility.
For more details, please visit to http://www.ncpcsrilanka.org/
NCE is a shareholder of Indexpo since year 2009.
Ind- Expo Certification Limited is a non-profit organization which is issuing the specialized Certifications and Training for the business community. This organization is established by the Ceylon National Chamber of Industries (CNCI) and the National Chamber of Exporters of Sri Lanka (NCE) as its shareholders. Ind – Expo was supported by United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO).
For more details, please visit to http://indexpo.lk/
NCE-NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF EXPORTS (NIOE)
The NIOE, educational arm of NCE signed a MoU with Colombo School of Business and Management, a renowned center for higher education to provide professional training and qualification in the field of exports in Sri Lanka. The strategic objective of this initiative is backed by a vision to enhance the export performance of Sri Lanka by introducing professional qualifications in International Trade Management and Export Practices.
The training and qualifications provided by the NIOE, through its well-structured learning techniques, will equip enrolled students to become highly recognized export managers, and reach the pinnacle as a professional in the field of exports. The acquired qualifications will also enable them to obtain ready employment in export oriented enterprises both locally and overseas. At present export managers are mostly self-made, with limited recognition, as opposed to managers in other professional fields.
This strategic move will support Sri Lankan export enterprises by professionally developing and improving their employees thereby adding value to the country’s export industry.
August 30, 2021
9:30 am: Grow Beyond Traditional Markets - Webinar with the Sri Lankan Embassy in China
August 30, 2021 –
The NCE is conducting the above webinar to discuss and explore ways to improve Market Access to China and also to discuss two way trade between the countries, in collaboration with the Sri Lankan Embassy in China together with a participation from China Sri Lanka Association for Trade and Economic Cooperation (CSLATE).
This is one of the series of webinars, the Chamber has organized in support of its member exporters to develop and expand their market network in International Markets.
Further, the NCE will sign a Memorandum of Understanding with CSLATE with the objective of supporting and enhancing trade relationship between the two countries, during this webinar.
Webinar details :
Date : 30th August 2021 (Monday)
We invite you to participate for this important webinar to gain insights and market information from a panel of prominent speakers and also to receive clarifications on any areas of concern.
Please register using the link : https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_6Xlh7z9yR--dR_WMhzVD7A
Also kindly share any questions you may have on the subject matter, prior to the event via email to email@example.com
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September 24, 2021
4:00 pm: Pre Budget Forum 2021
September 24, 2021 –
The Budget Proposals of the Government for the Year 2022 will be presented in Parliament in November 2021 by the Minister of Finance. NCE has made arrangements to submit its budget proposals to the Ministry of Finance in consultation with the member exporters.
In order to discuss and finalize the proposals forwarded by members, we are planning to conduct a forum on zoom platform on 24th September 2021 (Friday) from 4.00 pm to 6.00 pm. The objective of this webinar is to highlight the importance of Exports Sector and its requirements to be considered in preparation of country’s budget proposals.
We kindly invite you to be part of this webinar and please register through https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_n46r3DWlS5eFvAjMsJdVRg
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