Help For Exporters
Uniserve and The Supply Chain Academy were both appointed as official partners of the governments ‘Exporting is Great’ campaign, which is a drive to encourage and assist new, occasional and regular British exporters, to develop and grow their overseas sales.
The campaign includes a government website with help, advice and hundreds of live opportunities from overseas buyers who are potentially seeking to purchase British products. https://www.great.gov.uk.
With the uncertainty surrounding the UK’s future trading arrangements this initiative could be of benefit to numerous businesses as we prepare for a more Global Great Britain.
Many large brands are supporting the project including Barclays, BT and British Airways. Uniserve, the UK’s leading independent logistics and trade management provider, are partnered with the Department of International Trade (DIT) to help facilitate the movements of goods by air, sea and road from the UK to global market places.
We have a unique team set up to assist with this project, so to find out more about how ‘Exporting is Great’ can benefit you please contact our firstname.lastname@example.org, stating exporting is great in the subject line, and we will be happy to assist you further.
Uniserve also offer full ‘end to end’ supply chain management including full import services, customs consultancy and UK warehousing & distribution services. We have a 33 year track record of success, winning many awards for excellence in all aspects of logistics.
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