International trade is the backbone of our modern world. It improves our quality of life by brings in different varieties of different products from different destinations and promotes efficiency in production besides fostering peace, goodwill, and mutual understanding among nations. Canada has always been a trading nation. Exports and imports consistently account for about two-thirds of the country’s GDP. As the liberalization of global commerce continues, more and more Canadian companies are joining the international market every year. Canadian companies must keep up with rapidly changing technology while also lowering their costs, increasing quality, and improving customer service at all stages of the value chain. If your company manufactures either finished products or intermediate inputs, you can acquire intermediate inputs—such as raw materials, components, subsystems and other goods and services—from foreign suppliers. Similarly, you can export your product to foreign markets either directly or through intermediaries like Transmanna International

Services for Canadian Businesses 


Both exports and imports are beneficial to economic growth, largely by boosting productivity. Firms in Canada that export outside has significantly higher productivity than firms that do not export. Imports of intermediate inputs contributed over half of Canada’s recent productivity growth. About 26% of imports are used as inputs into production in Canada while exports account for about 30 percent of Canada’s gross domestic product (GDP). Transmanna can work as your export department so that you are relieved from export-related work and could focus on your core. Transmanna can also work as your company’s “Exports Sales Agent” or Trade Broker and can establish your marketing presence in foreign markets and solicit orders from foreign customers in the name of your company. Transmanna has established a strong foreign network of exclusive sales agents and distributors in different foreign markets so as to help you export your goods and services.

Services for Non-Canadian Businesses

The Canadian market offers a great deal of opportunity for global business development. In order to enter the Canadian market, you need to follow a five-step approach. Since direct selling in Canada by a foreign firm is difficult, the best approach is to first seek the support of a local partner who knows the market? The next step is finding sales agents who can either sell your products or services or alternatively acquaint you with potential clients or customers in the Canadian market. The third step is finding a Canadian distributor who has a proven track record of selling on a local or national level. The fourth step is asking your local partners to search for Joint ventures with local companies primarily because of their knowledge and established presence in the market. The fifth step is the setting up of your own Canadian office through your local partners.

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