Korea Chemical Industry Business Forum 2019
K-REACH (Registration and Evaluation
of Chemical Substances in Korea)
20th June 2019
Renaissance Brussels Hotel -
Rue du Parnasse 19, 1050 Brussels, Belgium
◎ Welcome Remarks
◎ Business Environment of Korea
◎ Korean Chemical Industry Trends
◎ K-REACH & K-BPR
◎ Chungbuk Industrial Cluster
◎ Networking Luncheon
Mr. Hyoung-zhin KIM, Ambassador to the Kingdom of Belgium and to Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and Mission of the Republic of Korea to the EU
Mr. Yves VERSCHUEREN, Managing Director, Essenscia
Mr. Jang Hee, LEE, Director General, KOTRA Brussels
Ms. Bongkee PARK, Executive Consultant, Invest Korea
Korea Testing & Research Institute (KTR)
Chungbuk Province, Korea
The Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA) in Brussels and Essenscia (Federation Belge Des Industries Chimiques Et Des Sciences De La Vie ASBL) cordially invite you to the Korean Chemical Industry Business Forum on 20th of June, 2019 at Renaissance Brussels Hotel.
This event will take place to provide you with an overview about the amended Act on Registration and Evaluation of Chemical Substances of Korea (also known as K-REACH), which was promulgated in March 2018 and already came into force on January 1, 2019. The Ministry of Environment of Korea will be also present to summarize the main changes of K-REACH. Also, you can get insight into Korea’s chemical industry and environment.
As a non-profit government agency of South Korea, KOTRA currently operates 127 offices in 86 countries since its establishment in 1962. Through facilitating international commerce and investment, KOTRA strives to become a cornerstone to promote mutual prosperity between Korea and its global business partners.
For over three decades, Belgium has been a key country to share their technical know-how with Korea and enjoy vast opportunities in the chemical industries. Successful partnerships with major Belgian companies including Solvay and UCB have contributed to the creation of innovative and sustainable business in the chemical sector, which is one of the key industries of Korea. Surely you can either develop or even expand current business collaboration by learning Korean chemical business environment and its latest amended regulations.
Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency(KOTRA) is a government agency established to promote trade and inbound/outbound investment between Korea and the rest of the world. KOTRA has an extensive global network of 127 overseas branch offices in 86 countries.
Trade : Support Korean and Belgian companies to expand international business
Investment : Promote inbound and outbound investment
Global Partnering : Find strategic local partners for global companies
New Business Development : Propose new business opportunities for Korean and Belgian companies
Tel +32 2 203 2142
Korea Trade Center
Rond-point Robert Schuman 11,
1040 Bruxelles, Belgium