The Saskatchewan government says four new trade offices will be open by next April.
The province is opening new trade and investment offices in London, Dubai, Mexico City and Ho Chi Minh, Viet Nam.
These new offices are in addition to existing offices in Japan, India, China and Singapore.
Trade and Export Development minister Jeremy Harrison says the new international trade and investment offices will help establish a global network with regional coverage across all priority markets.
The China office has been open since 2010.
The Japan, India and Singapore offices have been operating since January of this year and the new four offices will be open by April 2022.
Saskatchewan exports 65 percent of its production and this year shipments are up more than 20 percent in the first half of this year.