A company that transacts manufacturers' export business for a fee.
Acts as a firm's export department, handling sales, overseas distribution arrangements, and export operations, usually for a commission representing a percentage of the sale price.
Any company that provides exporting services to other firms, either taking title to products as an intermediary, or managing the export in exchange for fees.
An independent firm which acts as the exclusive sales department for non-competing manufacturers. There is usually a formal agreement to manage the manufacturer's exports. Some act as an agent for the manufacturer and, in such cases, are paid a commission on the export sales. Others operate on a 'buy-sell' basis, that is, EMCs buy from their manufacturers at a set price and resell to foreign customers.
A private firm that serves as the export department for several manufacturers and handles the exporting aspect of the business for a commission or salary.
A private firm that serves as the export department for several manufacturers, soliciting and transacting export business on behalf of it s clients in return for a commission, salary, or retainer plus commission.