Exporting goods to a foreign country can be a laborious task for new exporters unfamiliar with export license, shipping procedures, documentation involved, trade laws, incoterms, and other red tape processes involved in exporting goods from one country to another. Even for seasoned exporters managing all the shipping documents and finding the best shipping rates can be a hassle. That's why EXIM Anything provides Import Export consulting services to our clients.
Are you looking to expand your business to the international markets? For first-time exporters, this can be both an exciting and stressful experience. There are a lot of things that you need to plan while exporting goods for the first time. Is your product meets all the regulations and exporting requirements? Which countries offer the best opportunities for your product? Best shipment routes, right importers/customers, trade agreements, customs rules, regulations, trade laws, etc. Seasonal and existing exporters are always searching for new international markets and ways to reduce the existing shipment costs.
Our export-import representatives are experts in international trade laws and shipment regulations. We assist our clients throughout the different stages of export shipment from start to end. Identify international target markets, best shipment routes, freight forwarders, importer/customer selection, and contract negotiation, applying for import & export code, custom clearance, and other areas for new exporters. For existing exporters, our import-export consultant team helps minimize paperwork, speed up transit, cut red tape, new international market, and reduce existing shipment costs. At EXIM Anything, no job is too big or too small for us, and we help big enterprises and SMEs export goods in any part of the world. If required, we can handle the Bill of Entry, Commercial Invoice, Bill of Lading/Airway Bill, Import License, LC, Certificate of Insurance, and other export paperwork to give our clients a stress-free import experience. In case there is an issue, our representative will know what to do to fix it.
There are many aspects that an exporter needs to consider while exporting goods to international markets. Changing trade laws, local norms, customs duties, paperwork, and other export formalities makes the exporting experience tedious for exporters. Exporters must ensure that their products comply with the local standards as this can ease or complicate the whole process. These hurdles in international trade can result in unwanted delays and fines that an exporter avoids with the help of a global export expert.Finding Right Markets and Importers
For an exporter, it is crucial to find the right people and international markets for their products. Always pay attention to whom you are doing business with, as scams are present in every country. Export-import trade experts will help new and existing exporters find the right international markets and partners.Risk in transit
Exporting goods to a foreign location might be tempting, but there's a much greater risk involved than local trade. While exporting goods to a long-distance via sea route, they are exposed to the perils of the sea. As an exporter, you can cover these risks through marine insurance but can increase the cost of overall shipment.Currency Risks
Exporters can easily calculate the overall cost of the product and their profit margins while selling goods in the local markets. However, while selling goods in foreign markets, an exporter needs to consider the currency exchange rates, which can lead to loss of profits or earnings.Export Restrictions
Countries charge customs duties on imports to protect their local industries and discourage imports. Tariff and export restrictions differ from one country to another and keep on changing from time to time. Exporters are required to fulfill several customs formalities, rules and have to face tariff restrictions.International Commercial Terms
International Commercial Terms (Incoterm) are the commercial terms published by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). Unfamiliarity with Incoterms like FOB, FAS can result in delivery and payment issues, incorrect customs declarations, and serious legal ramifications.International Commercial Terms
International Commercial Terms (Incoterm) are the commercial terms published by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). Unfamiliarity with Incoterms could result in delivery and payment issues, incorrect customs declarations, and serious legal ramifications.Reducing Export Cost
Reducing the cost of existing export can increase the profit margins and make a product more competitive in the global markets. Most seasoned and new importers find it hard to reduce the existing export charges of their goods. Import-export consultants help their clients reduce the cost of existing exports.
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