A Supplier is defined as:
Supplier: A Corporation, Government Agency, Exporter or other Entity in Possession of Goods Available for Offer to .
seeks long term relationships with their Suppliers and always acts on behalf of an undisclosed Principal. Suppliers able to assure supply for at least 30 days are asked to complete a simple one page fillable document by clicking here. The longer assurance of supply the better, but in any case, will not waste your valuable time.
At all times we act on "behalf of an undisclosed principal" to ensure you are not contacted by unprofessional or misguided third parties. We prescreen and qualify all potential End-Buyers, so you do not have to, and this saves your Company valuable time, energy and unnecessary expenses by dealing with one principal ().
Suppliers using a principal, such as , can benefit greatly and open their current clientele basis even further. buys and sells physical commodities in the global market and also directly purchases electronics, FMCG and building materials. Our experienced team will help simplify the somewhat chaotic trading procedures so many try to initiate. Our dedicated staff will negotiate the safest and most secure Contracts, terms and conditions, to ensure you will do business with us again in the future.
We are here to help facilitate the sale of your product in a safe manner...period! This can only be achieved through proper trading applications, to qualified End-Buyers and for a fair market price.
If you would like to submit your product for review, please click here to complete the initial pertinent information needed to conduct our Due Diligence. If approved, we will reply advising such approval and do quick negotiations to ensure when the time becomes apparent to proceed with the deal all parties will be on the same page. If deemed unacceptable or if the information is incomplete, then there will be no response from our side.
We do not trade with inappropriate applications such as NCND, LOI, ICPO, MFPA or BCL, etc. and use only the safest trading procedures set by the UCP600 Banking Rules, Incoterms 2010 Delivery Rules and URC 522 Collection Rules.