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The World is Open for Your Business

Today, it’s more practical than ever to sell goods and services across the globe. 95 percent of world's potential consumers are outside of the United States, and the global affinity for Made-in-USA products and services is second to none.

Many exporters continue to boost their bottom line and build their competitiveness by selling to world markets, and you can too. U.S. small and medium-sized companies—firms with fewer than 500 employees —account for 98 percent of the nearly 280,000 exporting businesses. In 2019, the value of U.S. goods and services exports was an impressive $2.5 trillion. With significant projected growth in global trade, fueled in large part by newly affluent consumers in other developing economies, the challenge for businesses of all sizes in the United States is how to dip into this incredible revenue torrent.  

Export Assessment

This list of questions for new exporters includes areas to consider when determining your level of export readiness, and provides an initial assessment of your exporting needs and capabilities.

Does your company have a product or service that has successfully sold in the domestic market?
Is your company’s management committed to developing export markets and willing and able to dedicate time and resources to the process? Does your company have an export business plan with defined goals and strategies?
Does your company have sufficient production capacity that can be committed to the export market? Will financing be required for any expansion?
Does your company have the financial resources to actively support an increase of product sales in targeted overseas markets?
Do you have both U.S. and foreign Intellectual Property Protection for your product?
Does your company have capabilities to modify ingredients and product packaging to meet foreign import regulations, cultural preferences, and survive competition?
Does your company have appropriate knowledge in shipping its product overseas, such as identifying and selecting international freight forwarders and freight costs to ensure customs clearance overseas?
Does your company have knowledge and experience of export payment methods, such as developing and negotiating letters of credit?
Does your company have knowledge and understanding of U.S. export controls and compliance?

Risk Mitigation and Effective
Compliance Strategy

We avoid Routed Export Transactions because we do not want to give up control over compliance.

Here are the risks involved with Routed Export Transactions:
-You cannot guarantee Automated Export System (AES) information is filed correctly.
- You are not in complete control of your compliance, which is a bad idea.
- You give up the right to decide which freight forwarder you want to use.
- You are unsure what’s going on with your goods, no visibility or control over the process. 

We only deal in standard/normal exporting transactions where:
- We have full visibility and control of the product until the ship leaves POL in the United States.
- We meet pertinent FTR, EAR and ITAR and other compliance requirements, as required of us.
- We correctly and timely file the EEI though AES with the appropriate government authorities.
- We act as USPPI of the record with in the government records.
- We use our trusted Freight Forwarders who are answerable to us.

Reasons to work with us

US Suppliers love working with us for the following reasons, among others:

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US law is our guiding light in conducting our International Trading activities.
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When selecting overseas markets, we are seeking the best outcomes for US suppliers because when they do better, we do better.
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We provide impartial advice and act with skill, respect and due diligence in the management of our international business activities.
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We provide full and fair disclosure of all pertinent facts to US suppliers.

Non-US Importers love working with us for the following reasons, among others:

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We export US-made products that are truly exceptional and world-class.
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The global affinity for Made in USA products is second to none, and highly profitable for importers in their respective countries.
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Our US suppliers are reliable, stable, industrious and ready to fill orders.
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There are no legal, reputational or financial risk dealing with us or our suppliers.