A firm that purchases internation goods for resale in its own local market.
A company that buys foreign merchandise for resale in its own local market.
A firm that buys domestic products for sale overseas. A trading company takes title to the goods; an export-management company usually does not.
(Also known as an export management company.) A private firm that provides related-related services to other firms, usually smaller and mid- sized manufacturers that could not afford to maintain a separate export department on their own. Services provided by an export trading company can include locating foreign customers, arranging shipping and financing for exported goods, and performing foreign marketing functions. Compensation may be made on a commission basis, or through direct purchase and resale of the exported merchandise.
Company that buys and sells goods with the objective of taking advantage of market opportunities around the world.
an organization designed to facilitate the export of U
A business that buys products from a company, and assumes responsibility for all distribution and marketing of those products in foreign countries.
A company that facilitates the export of goods and services. An ETC can either act as the export department for producers or take title to the product and export for its own account.
A firm similar or identical to an export management company.
An organization designed to facilitate the export of goods and services. It can be a trade intermediary that provides export-related services to producers or can be established by the producers themselves, though typically export trading companies do not take tittle to goods.
A corporation organized for the principal purpose of exporting goods and services.