GlobalTrade.net Now Offers the Only Request Offers for International Trade Services

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GlobalTrade.net has launched a brand new service where importers and exporters are able to simply provide their needs and receive multiple quotes for services for free. More than + 12.500 worldwide International Trade Service Providers are listed in the database and can be selected to respond to the requests.

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We are proud to be the only existing matchmaking tool for international trade services

The interactive tool’s primary purpose is to assist importers and exporters worldwide identify potential service providers in their target market for their international trade business operations. When users describe their business needs in a simple request form, a team of international trade professionals matches them with the service providers that offer services in the appropriate field and country.

Barney Lehrer, Vice-President of FITA Online says: “With this tool we have developed a quick and easy solution for importers and exporters to find qualified service providers who can help enable their international trade operations.”

GlobalTrade.net is the first and only online resource to offer this service. Currently, the leading websites for B2B lead generation in the U.S. are Vendorseek and Quinstreet and in Europe Companeo. These services do not offer lead generation services to the international trade community or even for any cross-border operations.

“We are proud to be the only existing matchmaking tool for international trade services.”

The new “Request For Offers” for services is free, with no hidden charges, for importers and exporters. The service will always be free for importers and exporters to request for offers. In 2012, GlobalTrade.net plans to implement a competitive pricing structure for its listed service providers to receive business leads.

The website already has more than 12.500 international trade Service Providers listed in its database.

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