Always striving to strengthen the national product with the foreign market, we offer various services so that your company becomes global and is able to participate in the international market. We make both Direct and Indirect Exports, described on the side. Here are some of the services we provide for your company:
- Follow shipment from origin to the final destination of the goods;
- Request order and clearance of goods;
- Selection and follow-up inspection;
- Negotiation of freight (all modal) international;
- Market research / Targeted market research;
- Registration of the Company or Individual with the RFB;
- Development of Export Registry - RE;
- Development of Export Declaration - DDE;
- Preparation of Simplified Export Declaration - DSE;
- Emissions of Certificates from the competent Organs;
- Exportation of unattended luggage;
- Structured operations.
Among the advantages that the export activity offers to companies, the following stand out:

1) Increased productivity. Exporting implies an increase in the scale of production, which can be obtained by using the idle capacity of the company and / or by improving its production processes. The company can thus reduce the cost of its products, making them more competitive, and increase its profit margin;

2) Reduction of the tax burden. The company can compensate the collection of internal taxes, via export: The exported products are not subject to IPI. The Tax on Circulation of Goods and Services (ICMS) also does not affect export operations of industrialized products, semi-finished products, primary products or services; in determining the basis of calculation of the Contribution for the Financing of Social Security (COFINS), the proceeds from the export are excluded; the revenues from exports are also exempt from the contribution to the Social Integration Program (PIS) and to the Program for the Formation of Public Server Assets (Pasep); and the Tax on Financial Transactions (IOF) applied to foreign exchange transactions linked to the export of goods and services has a zero rate;

3) Reduction of dependence on domestic sales. Market diversification (internal and external) gives the company greater security against the fluctuations of internal demand levels;

4) Increase in innovative capacity. Exporting companies tend to be more innovative than non-exporters, they usually use a greater number of new manufacturing processes, adopt quality programs and develop new products more frequently;

5) Improvement of conditions for obtaining financial resources. Brazilian financial mechanisms, such as the Advance on Foreign Exchange Contracts (ACC) and the Export Exchange Advances (ACE), allow exporting companies to receive export revenue even before the start of the production process, using international interest rates normally lower than those applied in the internal market;

6) Improvement of human resources. The companies that export stand out in the area of ​​human resources, since they usually offer better salaries and training opportunities to their employees;

7) Improvement of industrial and commercial processes. Improving the quality and presentation of the product, drawing up more precise contracts and adopting new management processes, for example, gives the company better conditions for internal and external competition;

8) Improving the company image. The "exporting company" character is an important reference in the company's contacts in Brazil and abroad, as the company's image is associated with that of external markets, generally more demanding, positive for its customers and suppliers.

In summary, the export is of great relevance to the company as it is the most efficient way to guarantee its own future in an increasingly competitive globalized environment, which demands of Brazilian companies full capacity to face foreign competition both in Brazil and abroad.

“One hand to who wants to get in the business’s world, or to take your business to the world.”