Gov. Dennis Daugaard and representatives from 15 business and agriculture-related groups are headed to China.
Daugaard says the week-long trade mission is aimed at continuing to develop relationships that he says were formed during a similar mission last year.
Daugaard's office says a State Trade and Export Promotion grant from the Small Business Administration is making the trip possible.
A list released by the Governor's office says the group includes:
-AgSense LLC, Huron
-Dakota Style, Clark
-Klock Werks Kustom Cycles, Mitchell
-Lankota Group, Huron
-Larson Cable Trailers, Huron
-Millennium Recycling, Sioux Falls
-Orion Food Systems, Sioux Falls
-Raven Industries, Sioux Falls
-RPM & Associates, Rapid City
-South Dakota Corn Growers Association
-South Dakota Pork Producers
-South Dakota Soybean Association
-Sterling Technologies, Sioux Falls
-Terex Bid-Well, Canton
-UltiMed, Inc., De Smet
The delegation will travel to Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong for scheduled meetings to discuss exporting their products and commodities.