Markets and consumers demand higher levels of quality in all areas, including transport and goods. Transporting goods is a difficult task, especially when it comes to sensitive things like perishable goods. To meet these e-commerce needs, Global Federation Entrepreneurs has set up a special office to facilitate exporting to help all stakeholders deliver their products overseas.
Due to environmental circumstances, perishable products such as animal and meat by-products, fish and seafood, dairy products, fruits and vegetables, flowers, pharmaceuticals and chemicals deteriorate with the time.
These articles have a short lifespan due to their chemical and / or physiological characteristics; they are more prone to serious and irreversible damage during transport, especially if the temperature is not maintained constantly. To protect and keep these products in excellent condition once they reach the end customer, they must be handled with extreme care and efficiency.
With all factors in mind, GFE is the world’s fastest growing export training and networking organization and India’s largest trading network that successfully and meticulously commissions facilities. import and export to worldwide.
Speaking about her mission, Founder and COO of GFE Groups, Honey Kumar Sharma, said, “We aim to continue to change the lives of people around the world and take them to the ultimate destination, which is the success and satisfaction that will eventually make dreams come true. making improvements in all areas of life.
The company suggests that in order to trade in perishable goods, it is necessary to conduct a thorough study of the permits and / or certificates required to import the product. Analyze freight and create a plan that includes transit time, route, and the most appropriate modes of transportation for your shipment. Also decide on the correct packaging of your product during transport.
Next, research transportation choices that are right for your shipment, taking into account the maximum volume allowed, cold chain amenities, and route transit time. The term “cold chain” refers to the storage and transport of products at controlled temperature. This is particularly important for perishables. It’s easy to get confused when there are so many options out there.
Not only do they suggest ways to export and import, but also focus on purchasing and certifications, as each country needs a specific set of documents that need to be reviewed before exporting. As with the import procedure, you must evaluate your transport alternatives in order to choose the most suitable model for your items. Remember that your items are perishable and make your choices appropriately. Determine the type of packaging to use, taking into account the mode of transport and other factors. To deliver the product, you must first obtain authorization from the carrier, airline or transport company.
With in-depth knowledge of all of the country’s trade legislation, the GFE team assists export networks, buyers, suppliers, logistics and e-commerce by guiding them on international trade agreements and on risks and threats. .
Head of Export Training Division – Shivani Poojaray said: Today, GFE is a pioneer in the Indian trade industry with over 38 years of industry experience and we provide effective education through a variety of import-export courses, related services and an extensive trade network and very soon will replicate the model in other countries like Srilanka, Singapore, Malaysia, etc.