Green Cove Springs, Florida (PRWEB) May 30, 2014
Alternate Energy Technologies, a leading manufacturer of solar thermal energy systems for residential homes and businesses, offers how-to tips for local businesses involved with the export marketing business and associated foreign economies.
Oftentimes, as with the type of business associated with AET, many businesses like those in Florida may find that foreign markets might prove to be a lucrative lead to pursue. For AET, targeting these types of leads did, in fact, prove profitable: its first business sale in Jamaica has since translated to more than $12 million in exported solar thermal energy systems.
Unfortunately, foreign markets and sales for AET are recently being put in jeopardy with the criticism and fight to shut down the Export-Import Bank that has assisted AET in providing credit, financing, and insurance for partnerships overseas. As part of the assistance AET has received from the Export-Import Bank, AET has been able to expand, hire more staff, and vastly strengthen local operations in the home base of Florida.
Without question, AET has remained on guard and is concerned about the nature of their business, and is now issuing how-to tips for businesses in a similar situation:
For more information about Alternative Energy Technologies, LLC (AET), please visit http://www.aetsolar.com.
About Alternate Energy Technologies, LLC
AET manufactures solar thermal collectors, solar pool heating panels, water heating systems with tanks, pumps, controls, and other system components. AET is a pre-approved federal vendor and works with government entities, and is an Energy Star rated appliance. It also works with vendors to offer engineering and permitting assistance as well as financing options, and has more than 35 years of experience as a trusted industry name.
For more information about Alternate Energy Technologies (AET) Solar, please visit http://www.aetsolar.com.