Ethiopian Ambassador to Japan Tefera Derbew met with Tomokazu Morishige and Hekiro Morishige, Chairman and President of Impack Corporation, respectively, at his office today to discuss Impack’s rose flower business, according to Ethiopia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The Ambassador has been briefed on Impack Corporation’s rose flower imports from Ethiopia by the authorities. Impack Corporation presently imports two million rose flower stems from Ethiopia’s rose flower farmers and exporters each year, according to the Chairman and President. In the next years, the Corporation plans to increase the volume of its yearly rose flower imports by fivefold

They’ve also informed Ambassador Tefera about Impack Corporation’s efforts to increase Japanese demand for Ethiopian rose blooms. In order to promote Ethiopia’s rose flower to horticulture producers, flower researchers, and flower retailing supermarkets in Japan, the Corporation plans to hold rose flower exhibitions in October and November 2022, and February 2023.

Ambassador Tefera has also been invited to tour Impack Corporation’s flower processing and distribution facilities in Saitama city, as well as to attend flower exhibitions scheduled for late this year and early 2023.

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (30 May 2022)


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