Export-Import Management

  • Identifying, selecting and supplying products with a market-wise and competitive approach;
  • Inspecting and controlling the quality of products according to market requirements and self-declared measures to achieve significant and sustainable improvement in quality performance, customer satisfaction and regulatory compliance
  • Standardizing the packaging based on product specifications and market requirements;
  • Coordinating and Facilitating access to international freight
  • Preparing documentation needed in export in the shortest possible time, such as:
    • Commercial documents (e.g. commercial invoice, bill of lading, airway bill, bill of exchange, letter of credit)
    • Regulatory documents (e.g. shipping bill, marine insurance policy)
    • Export assistance documents
    • Documents required by importing countries (e.g. consular invoice, certificate of origin, customs invoices, certified invoice)
  • Coordinating with insurance agencies to facilitate obtaining and purchasing appropriate insurance coverage, in order to cover political and commercial risks
  • Consulting and Exchanging of information with importers in order to help marketing, promotion, distribution and selling agricultural inputs, machines, know-how and technologies
  • Identifying potential Buyers or distributors/sales agents to form distribution and sales channels
  • Getting the necessary permits and licenses to import agricultural inputs
  • Designing cooperation mechanisms; formulating strategic alliances and providing drafts of agreements, legal documents and contracts in order to facilitate marketing, promotion, distribution and selling of agricultural products, inputs and technologies.