Help and support for exporting and importing
We are located in Miami, FL
We have been working in international trade for the last 10 years, providing customers around the word specialist shipping and training services to address strategic and operational challenges.
Our success is due to our long-lasting customer relationships and an organised and down to earth approach to a problem.
Whether this be large or small, our specialist team is ready to give you the support and help you need.
International Trading Services
We offer a wide range of benefits to both the importing and exporting parties within an international trade agreement. Some of them are the following:
We provide people around the world with a diversity of products that they would not otherwise have access.
One of the most immediate benefits of international trade is lower costs to consumers. The lower cost is the result of two factors. First, companies can produce items overseas, saving money on labor and material costs. Second, an increase in competition forces companies to make their products more attractive to consumers either through product features or lowered prices.
The increase in competition and price pressure from imported goods forces companies to become more efficient in their production practices and overall operation. Companies achieve better efficiencies in several ways. They may innovate new methods of production or improve the processes they already have in place. This efficiency ultimately drives overall cost reductions.
Competition within global trade forces companies to improve their products to compete with other companies. They must innovate to distinguish their products from increased competition, improve their cost to consumers and to be first to market with new ideas.
Certain countries have an abundance of resources that they are more than happy to export through international trade. Other smaller countries do not have that luxury, so they are more dependent on imports. Global trade allows countries to maximize their resources through the exporting process.
Without international trade, a company’s potential market is limited to the population of the country in which it operates. However, International trade expands the total market size to include every nation with which the United States maintains trade relations.
Certain aspects of global trade can take away jobs (mostly on the large manufacturing levels), however, global sales opportunities have created hundreds of thousand of jobs within the small business sectors of national economies. These small businesses often do not have the ability to outsource most of their business.
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