Webinar on ‘Exporting Sarawak Food Products to Singapore’ on April 28

Promotional poster for the ‘Exporting Sarawak Food Products to Singapore: What You Need to Know’ webinar happening on April 28, 2021.

KUCHING, April 20: SBF in collaboration with Statos will be organising a webinar titled ‘Exporting Sarawak Food Products to Singapore: What You Need to Know’ on April 28 at 10am via SBF’s Facebook page.

Sarawak Business Federation (SBF) deputy president Datuk Phillip Ting emphasised that Sarawak has high value food products that is in high demand overseas especially in Singapore, and the export of such products will not only benefit local businesses but will also be in line with Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg’s aim of increasing exports three-fold by 2030 and becoming a net food exporter.

“Singapore is calling for both large and small Sarawak food manufacturers to register their products with Statos (Sarawak Trade and Tourism Office Singapore), free of charge, and expand their business with lucrative export/import deals with Singapore as world economies begin to reopen this year.

“This webinar will educate Sarawak food manufacturers and inform them of the necessary steps to take for them to successfully start their business in exporting food products to Singapore,” he said in a media release today.

The webinar will be moderated by Statos chief executive officer (CEO) Chew Chang Guan and SBF deputy secretary-general Gracie Geikie.


It will feature speakers from Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (Matrade) Sarawak, Singapore Food Agency, Sarawak Forwarding Agencies Association and more.

In 2019, Singapore Business Federation and SBF had signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) marking an important partnership between both institutions and its federation members comprising business associations and organisations.

For more information, those interested may contact SBF’s Secretariat at 082-237148 or email admin@sbf.org.my.

The webinar can be viewed via facebook.com/sarawakbusinessfederation at 10am on April 28. — DayakDaily