HURON – Representatives of four companies in Huron and De Smet have been selected to join Gov. Dennis Daugaard and other state officials on a trade mission to China in April.
In all, 15 businesses and agricultural groups will be represented on the April 5-12 trip.
“Exporting is vital to growing South Dakota’s economy,” Daugaard said. “I’m pleased that so many South Dakota companies have expressed an interest in the trade mission.”
Among the applicants chosen for the trip are AgSense LLC, Lankota Group and Larson Cable Trailers of Huron and Ultimed Inc. of De Smet.
Other businesses and groups include Dakota Style, Clark; Klock Werks Kustom Cycles, Mitchell; Millennium Recycling, Orion Food Systems, Raven Industries and Sterling Technologies, all of Sioux Falls; RPM & Associates, Rapid City; the South Dakota Corn Growers Association, South Dakota Pork Producers, South Dakota Soybean Association and Terex Bid-Well, Canton.
The trade mission is made possible through a State Trade and Export Promotion grant awarded to South Dakota by the Small Business Administration.For the complete article see the 02-20-2013 issue.
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