A Typical Set-Up of a Trade Credit Insurance Contract

September 13, 2016

The traditional set-up of a trade credit insurance contract typically takes the form of an umbrella policy, which contains a framework of terms and conditions (credit limits on the customer’s buyers) that are agreed to for the lifetime of the policy.

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An Experienced Freight Forwarder is Your Friend in Exporting

August 11, 2016

According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, companies that export are 17 percent more profitable than those that don’t. While all customer transactions carry some level of administrative overhead, sales to companies and consumers outside of the United States require additional paperwork including correct labeling to ensure goods arrive at the right place at the right time, and documentation that meets U.S. and foreign governments’ rules and regulations.  Frankly, the bureaucracy surrounding shipping products overseas may seem daunting.  Fortunately, an experienced freight forwarder can help!
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What to Consider When Preparing Your Product for International Markets

May 10, 2016

Is Your Product Export Ready?
Selecting and preparing your product for export requires knowledge of the unique characteristics of each target market. The extent to which your company is willing to modify products sold for export markets is a key policy issue to be addressed. Some exporters believe their domestic products can be exported without significant changes. Others seek to develop uniform products that are acceptable in all markets. It is very important to do research and to be sure of the right strategy.
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