Risky markets such as Latin America (LATAM) offer huge business opportunities if you can rely on the right logistic partner
LATAM: a quite appealing market for US Companies
Many businesses consider Latin America a very valuable partner in a global supply chain – and for many good reasons. With a total GDP of $5.61 trillion, the LATAM region offers a great potential to reach over 500 million consumers.
In Latin America, opportunities abound for both sourcing and selling. That’s why many overseas companies are working on expanding their presence in the region.
Shipping to LATAM: the challenges
Even if LATAM is a very attractive market, profits won’t come without a few challenges. Be prepared to face numerous obstacles at customs, for instance. Shipping into the region often gets expensive and can be quite time-consuming.
If you are starting to trade with Latin-American partners and want to know how to ship cargo to some countries in the area, you need to understand the procedures and the complex documentation required. Or to rely on a trustworthy, experimented advisors.
Each country within the region has its own particular set of import/export rules and regulations. That’s why it is extremely important to work with a logistics provider that has experience on compliance procedures for both air and ocean transport. Only by minimizing difficulties in delivering products to clients in LATAM you can really start dreaming with great profits.
How to avoid problems in your shipments
Working with the right logistics supplier makes all the difference in the world – and in LATAM, too.
When you can rely on a company with own-offices all over LATAM and experienced teams of expert operatives in each country, you can leave logistics to them and focus on making great business.
EP America has the solution you need
Leave you logistics to us. This is all we can do for you in EP America:
* Advising on the most appropriate mode of cargo transport.
* Instructing on exporting costs, including freight costs, port charges, consular fees, special documentation costs, insurance costs and freight handling fees.
* Preparing and filing the required export documentation, such as the bill of lading and routing, appropriate documents to the seller, the buyer or a paying bank.
* Reserving the necessary cargo space on a vessel, aircraft, train or truck.
* Coordinating our teams at origin and destination, to make sure everything is in line with compliance requirements.
Do you feel identified with any of the challenges when trading with your partners in south and central America? Having the best service to LATAM doesn’t have to be expensive!
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