GlobalTrade.net Launches Service Request Feature to Better Connect Import and Export Companies

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The “Request for Services” feature, the newest addition to GlobalTrade.net, aims to facilitate communication between importers/exporters and qualified international trade service providers anywhere, allowing international businesses easy access to reliable assistance.

In line with GlobalTrade.net’s mission to create a solid network of global trade agents, the “Request for Services” capability acts as an interactive tool for importers and exporters in the process of planning their international trade operations. With more than 17,000 agents, distributors, and import/export service providers listed in the directory, this landmark component will allow importers and exporters to articulate their needs and receive multiple quotes, all for free.

Users can simply list their import/export service needs in the request form, which is subsequently sent to a team of international trade professionals. The team then examines potential service providers in the target region and matches the user with the best fit, sending back a response within 48 hours.

“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,” says Etienne Vauchez, President of GlobalTrade.net.

GlobalTrade.net remains the only provider of this breakthrough service, which is offered at no charge. While there are major B2B lead generation websites such as Vendorseek and Quinstreet in the U.S. and Companeo in Europe, they do not currently offer lead generation services for any cross-border transactions.

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

As the ultimate resource for the international trade services community, GlobalTrade.net allows importers and exporters around the world to access a vast directory of international trade service providers as well as market reports, tips, and news. Furthermore, the website plans to implement a competitive pricing structure in 2012 for listed service providers to receive business leads.

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