Because Incoterms® provide a common logistics vocabulary, using them significantly reduces the potential for disputes over logistics.
An Export Help advisor shares a list of 24 commonly used export acronyms with brief definitions.
Certificates of origin (COs) are legal documents that declare the origin of a product. When you export goods to an overseas customer, you must include a CO with your shipment.
International markets can be fiercely competitive. Find out how to edge out the competition.
What you need to know about doing business in Argentina.
You’ve spoken to your banker, perhaps taken a course on export basics and ticked off all the boxes highlighting that you’re ready to take your business to the next level. It’s time to build an export plan.
Getting started with exporting isn’t always easy. The good news: Even if you’re just considering taking that first step, you may be further along in the exporting journey than you think.
As an exporter, the quality of your relationships with your suppliers, your employees, your partners and customers is an essential component of you success.
Logistics are rapidly evolving, and companies that don’t adapt will be left behind.
How the EU Ecolabel can educate and guide consumers to choose environmentally conscious products.