Louroe Electronics, world leader in audio monitoring within the security industry, will participate in the U.S. Department of Commerce Safety and Security Trade Mission to Panama and Colombia from Sept. 22-26, 2014. This mission is designed to help companies like Louroe take advantage of lucrative business opportunities in the safety and security sectors in Panama and Colombia.
“As an advocate for security, we are elated to participate in a trade mission that specifically focuses on the safety and security industries in Latin America,” said Richard Brent, CEO of Louroe Electronics. “Thanks to the International Trade Administration within the U.S. Department of Commerce, Louroe will be able to forge new partnerships with Latin American firms where we can help each other accomplish mutual business goals.”
“I am thrilled that Louroe Electronics is joining the International Trade Administration led trade mission to Colombia and Panama,” said Stefan Selig, Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade. “Trade missions are a highly effective tool in helping companies expand their global presence. I would expect many great contacts to be made and relationships developed during this mission.”
The trade mission delegation will make stops in Bogotá, Colombia, and Panama City, Panama.
Both Colombia and Panama have industry projects that are promising for U.S. security technology companies.
Panama has plans for port expansion, new airports, and new mall developments while Colombia has increased its spending in defense initiatives.Source: louroe.com