In September 1990, Venezuela joined the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade and now has trade relations with more than 100 countries and regions in the world. It mainly exports crude oil, petrochemical products, aluminum ingots, steel, iron ore, metal products, etc., and mainly imports mechanical and electrical equipment, chemicals and hardware products, auto parts, construction materials and agricultural products. The main trade partners are the United States, Colombia, the Netherlands, and Mexico.
The Venezuela bill of lading data includes import and export information such as date, HS code, goods description, G weight, quantity, source country of import and destination country of export, start port, end port, import company and its corresponding export company.
Venezuela Customs Data can help foreign trade companies solve problems as following:
● Reduce business risk index
Track All transaction records of customers in a reasonable period of time can be tracked to understand their authenticity and suitability.
● Improve customers’ loyalty standards
The data helps you clearly understand the demand of existing customers and the distribution of their exports, so you can measure, compare and optimize your own competitive qualifications and obtain the loyalty and dependence of the old customers.
● Master the trends of competitors
You can track the details of each transaction of the competitor to understand its customers’ composition, business structure, supply capacity, etc., and compare it with your own situation, so as to find gaps between you and your competitors and future working aims, and improve the competitiveness of the company.