TRADING

EU Trading

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KJB International Aid "EU Trading" refers to the purchase and supply of goods and services between the European Union member states, and these are not classified as international trade.

This exchange of goods and services in the Community trade between the countries belonging to the European Union has simplified procedures and operates on different principles. The purchase of goods and services from the member states and the delivery of goods and services to the member states is carried out without customs barriers and other restrictions on the terms similar to internal trade.

UK Trading

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KJB International Aid "UK Trading" refers to domestic trade includes buy and sell transactions inside the United Kingdom.

 

In this field, we offer various types of trade, which can be divided into wholesale and retail, market and rural. In general terms, it is about trading in assets, services, investments, loans and employment. .

Global Trading

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KJB International Aid "Global Trading" has reached heights unheard of in the past and is global. Due to the need to exchange the possessed goods for other goods or services, it is currently necessary for life.

Trade-in goods occur within the borders of individual countries (as internal trade) and on an international scale, as part of foreign trade, i.e. the paid exchange of goods and services between countries. 

Import

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KJB International Aid "Import" consists of importing goods purchased abroad to provide the national economy with the necessary means of production and the internal market with food and industrial products.

The import objects are mainly goods that cannot be manufactured domestically due to unfavourable climatic conditions, lack of natural resources or their small quantity. Goods that are unprofitable to produce domestically are also imported, as these are goods covered by general trade agreements and goods cheaper than domestic.

Export

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KJB International Aid "Export" involves the sale of goods from the UK abroad, among others, to obtain the means of payment needed to pay for imported goods.


The main exports are goods that a given country, thanks to favourable natural conditions, produces in quantities exceeding its internal needs; goods in which it specializes and those produced to order or sell abroad..

Re - Export

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KJB International Aid "Re-export" is about selling imported goods globally. These transactions involve at least three partners from different countries: the seller, the broker and the buyer.

Our re-exporters are intermediaries between the seller and the buyer of goods or services. Goods imported and re-exported are generally in the condition in which they were purchased, and may only undergo minor operations such as cleaning, sorting or repackaging. This section distinguishes between direct and indirect re-exports.

Suppliers

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KJB International Aid "Supplier" is an entity that supplies goods and services to another organization. This entity is part of a business's supply chain, which may provide the bulk of the value contained within its products.

 

In some cases, our suppliers even engage in drop shipping, where they ship goods directly to the buyer's customers. Our suppliers are usually our distributors. 

Distributors

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KJB International Aid "Distributor" is a division dealing mainly with the global distribution of goods and services. 

Our distribution is a series of activities consisting of delivering manufactured products to buyers. It is crucial for us that the products are available in convenient places and times for consumers and the most favourable terms and forms of transaction. 

 

On the other hand, on the part of the company, we need to minimize the costs associated with delivering the product to the consumer, which affects the product's price and the company's final profit.