Uludağ Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Exporters' Association (UYMSİB)
Uludag Exporters' Association (UİB) has been supporting its members by various instruments and activities within the frame of duties and responsibilities determined by legislation. Some of them are as follows Trade development activities,
- State subsidies for exporters,
- Training programs,
- Seminars and conference organizations,
- Inward Processing Regime
The Uludag Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Exporters' Association (UYMSİB) was established in Bursa in 1987 as part of the Uludag Exporters' Association.
UYMSİB keeps exporters informed with the various seminars and panels it organizes over the course of the year. In addition, besides the events that UYMSİB organizes, the association determines the problems encountered in exporting produce, suggesting solutions and playing an active role in bringing to life the various problem-solving applications.
As UYMSİB, as of 2020, our exports is $ 146,2 million, an increase by 13% on a value basis compared to the previous year. An evaluation of export data by groups of goods shows that the products that come to the forefront are cherries, black olives, Bursa Black Fig, peppers, pears, green olives, pomegranates, tomatoes and mandarins. Our most important export markets are Germany, Netherlands, Russian Federation, United Kingdom, France, Romania, Austria, Hong Kong, Switzerland and People's Republic of China. The European Union countries have the most important share in exports. The European Union countries followed by the Other European Countries, Far East Countries, Middle East Countries, Other Asian Countries, North American Free Trade Zones, African countries, Oceania Countries, Free Zones and Other American States.
As UYMSİB, works are being carried out informative meetings, evaluation meetings that sector representatives have gathered in order to increase export, efforts to establish business cooperation and coordination with sector stakeholders, organize activities such as sectoral seminars, meetings, panels. Our work will continue to increase export of sector in 2021.