LAHORE: The Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP) has invited the supply chain specialists to join the Special American Business Internship Training Programme (SABIT) to learn about innovative technologies, equipment and services.
Customs Today learnt that the US Department of Commerce’s Office of South Asia (OSA) and SABIT have devised a plan to train up to 18 supply chain specialists from Pakistan. SABIT has successfully trained over 5,000 executives and scientists from South Asia, Eurasia, Northern Ireland, Latin America, Africa and the Middle East. It provides trainees the opportunity to become familiar with US industry and its regulations, establish valuable business relationships, learn about innovative technologies, equipment, and services, and come to understand market-based business concepts.
For the programme, the US Department of Commerce applicants will screen and select applicants based on their professional and educational achievements and experience in specific industrial sectors.
Applicants have been requested to submit their application until until December 5. The US government will pay for round-trip airfare from a designated site in Pakistan or a neighbouring country.