How can I improve my international negotiations?

Companies operating in international trade need to be concerned about acting strategically. One of the ways to succeed in improving international relations is to maintain communication that respects the culture, the way…

What are the main steps in the export process in Brazil?

Brazil is a continental country located in South America with 220 million inhabitants. It is the fifth largest country in the world, the tenth largest economy (based on its GDP) and an excellent location with fertile soil and plenty of room to produce just about anything, whether plant or animal – which makes it a powerhouse in the food export market.

What are the advantages of choosing an AEO freight forwarder?

For those involved in foreign trade, safety is a priority. Regardless of the area in which they operate, all companies that import or export are always looking for reliable and solid partners to take care of their logistics operations.
In the past, choosing for a service provider was based on trust, recommendation, or experience, which could limit the foreign trade professional in his choice.
With the AEO certification arriving in Brazil this scenario has changed, as certified companies are verified by the Federal Revenue and undergo rigorous data verification criteria.

How is an international freight quote formed?

When a freight forwarder works independently and has the autonomy to partner with whoever suits him, it is common for such logistics operator to look for international freight options in several countries

Export from Brazil to the USA

The United States is now Brazil’s second largest trading partner, behind only China.

Brazil’s relationship with the North American giant is historic, the USA was one of the first nations to recognize our country’s independence in 1824.

If your company plans to explore more of this relationship and enter one of the main markets in the world, we are sure that this article will help you providing fundamental tips for your exports in the land of Uncle Sam to be a success.

Challenges faced by cabotage in Brazil

Cabotage has been highlighted in recent years as one of the most viable ways for Brazilian companies to achieve more efficiency and safety in the movement of their cargo within the country.

This type of operation grows more than 10% a year and Brazilian Federal Government expects this index to reach an incredible 30% annual growth.

This is because the “BR do Mar” project was approved in 2020, placing cabotage even more in the news as it increasingly becomes an option seriously considered by major logistics operators in Brazil.

What do you need to know about trading with Brazil?

Working with different markets is an excellent strategy for companies that do not want to become dependent, as the more countries you reach, the lower the risk of being affected in cases of seasonality or crises suffered by the few trading partner nations they maintain.

The world is full of countries that operate in the international market, and some are specialists in certain products, depending on their territory and climate, while others can produce practically anything since they have vast space, abundant population, and favorable weather, such as China, United States, India, Russia, and Brazil.

How to choose an agent in Brazil?

For those who work in the freight forwarding market, all options must be analyzed to prevent the company from being held hostage by a market or country. Crises happen and the more options you have, greater the chances of overcoming difficulties.

Having said that, looking for nations around the world with stable economies, even if not perfect, is an alternative for diversification and escape from large centers, such as China, the United States and Europe, since the markets that most move the global economy are also saturated and full of competitors.

Foreign Trade Day

Every year, on January 28th, is celebrated the Foreign Trade Day in Brazil. A very…

Air freight on imports and exports

When it comes to international freight, importers and exporters have some options for transporting their cargo, depending on the type of goods they negotiate.