Edible Oil Dealers’ Association invites new members

IMG 2024 sskm
A ceremony to elect the association's executive committee and central executive committee members for 2023-2026.

Myanmar Edible Oil Dealers’ Association is inviting new members. The association welcomes applications from companies, oil mills, wholesalers, retailers of edible oils, farmers cultivating edible oil crops, and distributors.
For individual permanent membership, the requirements include photocopies of the household list and the citizenship scrutiny card, along with three 1×1-inch sized colour photos. The fees are K500,000 for membership, K9,000 for a member card, and K1,000 for a membership form.
For company permanent membership, applicants need to submit a copy of the company registration card issued by the Directorate of Investment and Company Administration, along with the exporter/importer registration card, a meeting record serving as the company’s representation, a delegation letter, a copy of the CSC card belonging to the representing company director, and three 1×1-inch sized colour photos. The fees for company membership are K2 million, K9,000 for a member card, and K1,000 for a membership form.
No additional fees are required besides those mentioned above. For further details, individuals can visit the association’s office at No 803, the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry. — TWA/NT

Share this post
Hot News
Hot News
Lacquered pagoda and stupa models attract buyers
Bell pepper demand low with sharp price fall in source market
Trade Dept approves container shipping for Myanmar-Thailand border trade
Myanmar-China border trade surges to US$3.2B in FY2023-2024
Saungder Weaving & Vocational Institute to offer Myanmar traditional clothing design course
Ngahtetgyi Pagoda’s Tawkulay Monastery preserved for authentic architectural style
Pilgrims throng Kyaiktiyo Pagoda during Thingyan holidays
Rakhine State Chief Minister inspects restoration work
Myanmar’s export sustains momentum
Korea’s Agro Cooperative University to offer scholarship for Myanmar students