Any company selling products must ensure that its’ goods arrive undamaged and on time to their final destination. When transporting goods locally, it may not be necessary to spend a lot of time deciding on transport methods. However, transport considerations for international transactions are much more complex. They can involve much larger distances and many more obstacles between exporter and importer. Furthermore, an erroneous choice in the transportation mode can have a huge effect on the company’s total cost and success in the international market. The following module emphases on how to export to other countries carefully and how to find the best possibilities for the transport of goods in order to remain competitive.
ITC has developed this learning course as part of its continuing
mission to develop and improve world trade, especially for developing
countries and women entrepreneurs. The specialist authors have drawn
from their experience and from the learning gained from respected works
used in their personal development to enable you to: