The Importer That’s Bridging An Important Gap For Tech Industries
Cloud-based platforms and services have transformed the way the global population communicates, does business, and even retrieves their media and entertainment. You’d be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn’t utilize the cloud, be it to communicate with coworkers when they’re working from home, when they’re alerted of news updates on their phone from Twitter, or when they binge watch their favourite television shows. However, there are some countries that service providers want to enter whose customs laws aren’t simple to navigate, namely China, Russia, Argentina, and India. It makes expanding and offering applications in these places challenging because of how strictly these countries treat technologies when they arrive at the border.
Technologies are dual-use goods meaning they can be used both for military and civilian purposes; they’re treated with caution in most countries and must often be shipped to special data centres to be checked before they’re awarded clearance. Not every country makes clearance simple to obtain however; some require a great deal of paperwork to accompany a reseller’s shipment such as a commercial invoice and freight delivery waybill among other special licences, permits and certifications.
With every country holding firm to their unique regulations, this paperwork must be filled out carefully. Without experience however, and especially if the reseller is shipping to multiple places, small mistakes can happen. Unfortunately, any kind of error may cause unexpected and costly delays, which can create further stress on the part of the reseller and their international clients. What both these parties need is an experienced importer with ample knowledge and expertise regarding cross border transactions; one that knows what exactly needs to be done in order to clear technologies.
Thankfully, companies like TecEx are bridging an important gap, allowing cloud-based service providers to receive their equipment safely and on time by taking over the exporting process, which also alleviates hassle for the reseller. They can do this for transactions occurring in over 120 countries and can even get a foreign tax refund back for the reseller from 40 of the above, saving them money in the long term. They’re familiar with these countries’ importing and exporting laws and so can take over applying for all necessary paperwork, guaranteeing both customs pre-approval as well as clearance just ten days after a quote’s approval. Additionally, when it comes to the quote, they only charge landed-cost irrespective of any changes made to a country’s regulations thereafter.
The company also ensures that all equipment arrives securely at its intended destination post-clearance, as their on-the-ground team liaises with the reseller’s preferred freight or forwarding service once clearance is granted. With so many people around the world relying on cloud-based services, providers must be able to transmit strong local signals; they can’t accomplish this without the right equipment. Those leasing these technologies must therefore work diligently to ensure the equipment arrives when its supposed to. With the help of a reliable importer, compliant clearance is guaranteed every time, no matter how challenging a country’s policies are so those trying to foster international business relationships can continue working together.
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