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Linda Mitchell

Linda Mitchell

Exporter
From Netherlands
To Denmark
Oct 04
2019
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Oct 04, 2019
The term trade is a basic economic concept involving the buying and selling of goods and services, with compesation paid by a buyer to a seller, or the exchange of goods or services between two parties. Trade can take place within an economy between producers and consumers. International trade allows countries to expand markets for goods and services that otherwise may not have been available to it. As a result of international trade, the market contains greater competition and therefore, more competitive prices, which brings a cheaper product home to the consumer.
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From Netherlands
To Denmark
Oct 04
2019
2
answers
Oct 04, 2019
Probably you should know that companies export products and services for a variety of reasons. Exports can increase sales and profits if the goods create new market or expand existing ones. Companies that export spread business risk by diversifying into multiple markets. Exporting into foreign markets can often reduce per-unit costs by expanding operations to meet increased demand. What I want to mention is the following, companies that export into foreign markets gain new knowledge and experience that may allow the discovery of new technologies, marketing practices and insights into foreign competitors.
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From Netherlands
To Denmark
Sep 20
2019
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Sep 20, 2019
To explain it briefly, the importer number (requested on Customs and Border Protection (CBP) entry paperwork) is usually the IRS business tax number assigned to businesses. If you do not have an IRS business tax number, you may use your social security number in any paperwork requiring an importer number. If you do not have either an IRS business tax number or a social security number, you may request that an importer number be assigned to you by filling out a CBP form 5106 and present it to the Port of Entry in your location where you will be filing your customs entries. The regulations governing the issuance of an importer number are in 19 CFR 24.5.
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From Netherlands
To Denmark
Sep 06
2019
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Sep 06, 2019
It is very well known that any successful business leader will acknowledge the major importance of effectively organized logistics. They understand that implementing seamless logistics is a key element in keeping pace with customer demands and outperforming competitors. Whatever your business location or industry, logistics can help cut on the costs and time you spend to move products from one point to another. Supply chains are complex and sensitive as they depend on always-changing customer demands. A supply chain cannot ensure high value if it is without effectively organized transport. For this reason, logistics is one of the most crucial factors in the quality of any supply chain. If you look at effective transport done right, you might get the impression that it “seems simple”. It actually requires a lot of special knowledge, skills and professional management to get it to look so “effortless. It takes a lot of specialized assistance to get it to flow so smoothly. Effective transport improves a supply chain by decreasing the waste of materials and time. This helps supply chain professionals transport products and deliver them to the right location, on time – which is a priority for any successful business.
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From Netherlands
To Denmark
Aug 23
2019
1
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Aug 23, 2019
As I know, some countries realize economic growth not just from the export of their own products, but from providing logistics services to cargo from and to other countries. A good example is Singapore, The Netherlands, and Belgium. Namely, Singapore’s economy heavily relies on Singapore’s role as a transhipment hub between East and West. At the same time, the Netherlands and Belgium serve as gateways to Europe, thanks to the Port of Rotterdam and the Port of Antwerp, the two largest ports in Europe. Much of the maritime cargo in Europe passes through Rotterdam or Antwerp, including cargo from/to all European countries. For example, cargo from Eastern European countries would first be transported to Rotterdam or to Antwerp, where it would subsequently be loaded on an Ocean Carrier travelling to other continents. This is a very common scenario in global trade.
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