SCA cooperates with the Panamanian government to expand world trade in coffee to Central America
Recently, at the inauguration ceremony held at Panama Convention Center in Panama City, the CEO and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Specialty Coffee Association (SCA) announced cooperation with the Panamanian Specialty Coffee Association (SCAP) and the President of the Panamanian Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture. To advance the expansion of Coffee World Trade Show 2026 in Panama.
Panamanian Coffee World, produced and delivered by licensed partners, the Panamanian Specialty Coffee Association (SCAP) and the Panamanian Chamber of Industry and Agriculture, will take place in October 2026 at the Panama Convention Center. SCA has previously hosted annual coffee world trade shows in Asia, the Middle East and Europe, and this is the first Central American coffee world show.
Panama Coffee World 2026 marks Central America's first coffee world trade show, focusing on deep-rooted links with coffee-producing regions. This growth highlights Central America's booming specialty coffee industry and makes Panama an easy hub for coffee producers and traders alike. Central America, known for its excellence in coffee branding, agriculture, coffee trade and consumption, is the ideal host for the coffee world, demonstrating the region's important role in the global coffee landscape.
Regarding coffee expansion to Central America in 2026, SCA CEO Yannis Apostolopoulos said it was a pleasure to bring the coffee trade show Coffee World to Central America for the first time. Panama Coffee World 2026 is the first trade show in a coffee-producing country, marking an important step forward in the commitment to boost coffee consumption in producing countries. Panama Coffee World is the ideal platform for coffee professionals, producers and traders worldwide to network, network and promote innovation in the specialty coffee industry. The Panamanian Specialty Coffee Association produces coffee worlds tailored to the region's unique coffee culture, highlighting Central America's important role in the global coffee industry.
The President of the Panama Chamber of Industry and Agriculture (CCIAP) said that this is an excellent opportunity for Panama to show the world the great potential of its exportable products and promote Panamanian high-altitude coffee.
In addition, the President of the Panamanian Specialty Coffee Association (SCAP) added that SCA's selection of Panama as the first Latin American Coffee World Exhibition is a recognition of Panama's hard work in positioning Panamanian coffee as one of the best in the world. The Panama Coffee World Trade Fair will greatly affect Panama's many industries, tourism, commerce and services will benefit greatly. It will therefore work closely with the Panamanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry to ensure the success of the project.
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