If U.S. exporters are looking for customers in other countries, their first stop should be the U.S. Commercial Service. The U.S. Commercial Service operates in U.S. Embassies and Consulates in nearly 80 countries around the world.
August 18, 2016
Are you exporting U.S. made products? If your answer is yes, EXIM has invoice insurance protection in case your foreign customer(s) cannot or do not pay you.
EXIM is a U.S. government agency that provides insurance coverage up to 95 percent of the exporters’ invoiced amount for both commercial risks (such as foreign buyer insolvency or default because of currency devaluation) and political risks (such as war or hostilities in the region where the foreign customer is located)
HARD Manufacturing: A Virtual Interview with Controller Gina Trubits on Exporting and EXIM Bank
Interviewer - During my years in the medical device industry, I was honored to work with many children’s hospitals and I was known for saying, “You gotta love all hospitals, but you gotta love children’s hospitals best!” Gina Trubits, Controller, HARD Manufacturing, spent time with me via email and telephone sharing how the leader in pediatric and critical care cribs serves this special population of patients across the world.