GTMA Export Hub
The International Trade Portal offers comprehensive data on the biggest markets in your industry – and the fastest growing. Import and export flows gives you a full picture of where your product is in demand.
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While exporting can be difficult, the chance to dip one’s toes in the international marketplace and the potential of new revenue streams makes the task very appealing to companies of all sizes. The Export Hub can assist and advise on;
- Understanding the Marketplace and Channels to Market
- Cultural Fit
- Regulatory Compliance
- Strategy – the Bigger Picture
- Free Initial Conversation
- Market Assessments
- Partner Identification and Initial Contact
- Visit Planning and Coordination
- Problem Solving
For further information on how the Hub can assist your company than please contact email@example.com
SUPPLY CHAIN FUNDING – URICASH EXPORT
When you operate in overseas markets you need to ensure you get paid – and on time
What is URICASH Export?
Expand and finance your exports by securing your credit terms abroad. Negotiate the payment terms that suit both you and your international customers.
Use URICASH Export to benefit from secure accelerated payment and to offer more competitive payment terms to your overseas customers.
URICASH Export provides you with cash and never asks for personal guarantees or security; it’s as if your overseas customer has paid you.
URICA pays you on your invoice due date and collects payment from your overseas customer at the agreed settlement date. And you can choose on which invoices you use URICA. This is what makes it different from invoice factoring and discounting.
MACHINE TOOL ORDERS / IN THE FOURTH QUARTER 2017 A STRONG INCREASE (+21.5%)
GOOD RESULTS ABROAD (+6.2%), EXCELLENT OUTCOME IN THE DOMESTIC MARKET (+86.2%). ON A YEARLY BASIS, IN 2017 DOMESTIC MACHINE TOOL ORDERS GREW BY 45.9%
The UCIMU index of machine tool orders keeps growing: in the fourth quarter of 2017, it registered a 21.5% upturn compared with the same period of the previous year. The absolute value of the index was 162 (base 100 in 2010).
The overall outcome was due both to the positive performance of foreign orders, but mainly to the excellent results achieved by the Italian manufacturers in the domestic market.