Financing - Consider alternative
ways to finance your exports, including counter
track and switch trading, shifting interest rates,
discounting drafts and more. This book explains
how to use trade finance as a marketing tool.
A Basic Guide to Exporting - The Official Government Resource for Small and Medium Sized Businesses - Looking for a comprehensive overview of how to export? For more than 70 years, A Basic Guide to Exporting has been the resource that businesses have turned to for answers to their questions about how to establish and grow overseas markets for their products and services. Whether your firm is new to exporting or in need of a refresher on the latest ideas and techniques, this comprehensive guide, now completely revised and updated, provides the nuts-and-bolts information you will need to meet the challenges of the world economy.
Made Easy - As an exporter,
you may be exporting goods that you first
imported into the United States. If you are,
you may be eligible to receive a refund of
the U.S. Customs duties you had to pay upon
import. This book provides an overview of
the process, who's eligible, and how a drawback
Your Duty - Product Classification According
to the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the
United States - If your company
is going to succeed in international trade,
one of the most basic—and important—requirements
is identifying the correct classification
for your products. This book will teach you
how to develop those harmonized code classification
International Trade Options -
If you or your company are considering entering
the international trade market, this basic
reference book is just for you.
Documentation and Shipping -
A step-by-step guide through the various
layers of an international transaction beginning
with the responsibilities and liabilities
of the seller and the buyer.
Letters of Credit and Drafts -
This manual will help you instruct your international
customers in opening a letter of credit and
guide you through the procedures to take
when you can't comply with the stipulations
of the credit or collect your money.
Marketing and Sales - This
manual focuses on how to establish an export
sales network of foreign sales agents or
distributors, including step-by-step instructions
for identifying, evaluating, selecting,
training, motivating and managing foreign
Regulations, Documentation and Procedures -
This is our most complete book on the export process including topics such as contract negotiation, Incoterms, pricing, customs and tariff planning, the Automated Export System (AES), and more.
to Canada: Documentation & Procedures -
This book provides the documentation and
procedures necessary to export goods to Canada.
to Mexico: Documentation & Procedures -
This book provides information on the documentation
and procedures necessary to export products
Incoterms® 2000 and Incoterms® 2010—A Practical Review - Written by one of the leading authorities in international trade, the book includes several exercises for determining the proper trade terms to use, a self-assessment of how the terms should be used at your company, several case studies, and examples of how the terms are legally enforced.
Incoterms® 2010 and the UCC: A Guide to International and Domestic Terms of Sale - This book introduces the difference between the trade terms commonly used in
U.S. domestic trade under the Uniform Commercial Code Article 2 and those
used in international trade developed by the International Chamber of
Commerce called Incoterms. It also provides a common-sense explanation of
the domestic and international terms and explains the distinct differences
between the usage and application of domestic and international terms.
Managing Forwarders, Brokers & Carriers In Your International Supply Chain - This book describes the key elements of the international supply chain and the various people who affect the pick-up and delivery of goods from the point of origin to the place of final delivery. It also explains the underlying legal and regulatory authority that allows these people to act on behalf of the buyer and/or seller.
A Practical Guide to Regulation, Documentation & Procedures -
This publication is intended as a teaching
tool to help businesses understand the NAFTA
and to develop practical business processes
for participating in the free trade agreement.
The book was designed predominantly with
U.S. exporters and importers in mind.
Documentation and Procedures -
This book provides a complete overview
of NAFTA regulations and their implications
for trade with Mexico, Canada and the United
Logistics and the Law - In
the current state of the global economy,
corporate personnel need a quick reference
guide to the fundamental regulations and
laws governing their business. Transportation,
Logistics and the Law was designed to
fill that need… and more!
the International Supply Chain: Air & Ocean
Transportation ON SALE - SAVE $25 - This book features sections on transportation costs, packing, working with freight forwarders, Incoterms 2010, ocean bills of lading, common carrier obligations to shippers, ocean transportation, air waybills of lading, air freight transportation, insurance and documentation.