To ensure a problem-free export, we provide our clients with a direct link to the global supply chain in the United States, Asia, Latin America and Europe. We work to ensure the best products at fair prices and a quality personalized service.
We see that, nowadays, we are inserted in a competitive retail market. Because of that, our customers need and deserve a company like Intercroma at their service, which has access to:
Intercroma has two different ways of doing export:
1° – Export Intercroma’s Products:
One way of exporting through Intercroma is to buy products in the Domestic Market and export directly to foreign markets, following this pattern:
1. Prospect customers abroad;
2. Seek suppliers in the domestic market to meet the demands for export orders;
3. A supplier from a local market sells merchandise to Intercroma for future export;
4. Do our own quality inspection;
5. Intercroma conducts the sales for the international customer;
6. Negotiate international freight rates;
7. Control of all documents related to each shipment, such as: draft for export, commercial invoice, packing list and monitor every step of the process until the containers arrive at its final destination.
2° – Intercroma as a Trading Company
1. Intercroma uses it’s expertise to intermediate businesses with factories who want to export and already have contacts with overseas companies that wish to purchase their products. After the manufacturer’s prior negotiation with his customer, he checks the feasibility to export through Intercroma;
2. The manufacturer forwards the Purchase Order to Intercroma;
3. After receiving the Purchase Order, Intercroma does a complete analysis of the customer’s credit line;
4. After the Purchase Order’s approval, we begin to monitor the manufacturer and make sure they fulfill all their obligations for shipment;
5. Control of all documents related to each shipment, such as: draft for export, commercial invoice, packing list and monitor every step of the process until the container’s arrival to its final destination;
6. At the end of the process, a detailed summary of the export process is sent to the customer, including costs resulting from the export, deadlines and other information.