On November 22, 2021, a new “EXPORT CATALOGUE” / issue No. 3 was published by the Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry specifically to help its members to create a potential opportunity to expand contacts for business. Information about the company and proposals for cooperation, services, or goods posted in it can cover a wide range of potential foreign partners and clients.
The export catalog is a periodical electronic publication that is especially sent to foreign Chambers of Commerce and Industry and industry associations in other countries with an invitation to disseminate this information among the members of these organizations, as well as embassies and other foreign business partners of LCCI.
JSA Europe took part in this catalog for the first time by placing its ad block there, which got on the 48th page of the publication. It became possible thanks to the company’s joining the ranks of the members of the Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry on September 14, 2021.
Below is the text from this ad unit:
Home page: www.jsa-stage.com
Contact Person: Alexander Strizhak
Position: Founder, Owner and Managing Director
Phone: +371 22774848
JSA EUROPE provides rental and installation services for temporary stage structures and other infrastructure for live music concerts, festivals, exhibitions, promotions, celebrations, and cultural and sports events. It also makes complete technical production management for events.
In addition, the company has experience in installing scaffolding, temporary roofs, pavilions, and access systems in construction and industrial objects.
Our business is based on the use of the temporary installation or sale of the products of the Layher plant (Germany) and additionally, the products of the SIXTY82 factory (The Netherlands) for staging and scaffolding.
You can view and download the catalog on the official website of the Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry: EXPORT CATALOG 2021 #3
Версия на русском языке: JSA EUROPE В ЭКСПОРТНОМ КАТАЛОГЕ 2021. ИССЛЕДУЙ НОВЫЕ ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ БИЗНЕСА