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Uzbek confectionery manufacturer to enter US market

7 September 2020

Crafers confectionery manufacturer in Uzbekistan plans to sell products in 50 US states, Trend reports referring to Crafers press release.

The company chose A-Com Global Logistics of NY as its logistics partner and Eats and Treats International as its exclusive North American importer.

A-Com Global Logistics of NY is a leading provider of logistics and freight forwarding services involved in bilateral trade between the US and Uzbekistan.

Broad Street Capital Group, a banking, project and trade finance firm, will help Crafers enter the US market. It will design and implement Crafers' go-to-market strategy and help build organizational and distribution infrastructure in the US.

New York-based law firm Lipman Law PLLC and Kosta Legal based in Tashkent will provide strategic legal advice and services.

The company expects that cooperation with leading logistics and law firms will help build a competent strategy and tactics for entering the US market.

Crafers intends to sell its products in all 50 states. Sales will initially be targeted at retail markets.

The company also formed a relationship with the International Affairs Council of America to support the WorldQuest youth education program.

Crafers plans to introduce its own online and offline education program in the first quarter of 2021. It is designed to deepen and strengthen relationships between older and younger generations, and improve educational skills outside the formal learning environment.