TradeFBIUSA Launched

Wednesday, August 05, 2009

TradeFBIUSA, a company that transforms shipping data into actionable intelligence, announced its recent launch. With TradeFBIUSA, companies can control the power of global trade data to improve business processes, while receiving a competitive advantage with the most competitive price in the industry enabling them to increase their bottom line.

"Globalization and economic factors are continually restructuring supply chain scenarios, creating forceful shifts in sourcing rewards. TradeFBIUSA systems have streamlined global trade data for today's domestic buyer, giving businesses the resources, insight and clarity necessary to make difficult decisions and build a competitive advantage," said Robert Levy of TradeFBIUSA.

TradeFBIUSA offers a comprehensive database of U.S. import information on cargoes traveling through ports around the world. This data is collected from more than 40,000 bills of lading each day, allowing a company to find new suppliers, markets and business opportunities. With this information, companies can benchmark performance against the competition, defend intellectual property against infringement and counterfeiting, understand international trade trends and forecasts, support strategic decision-making and arbitrate trade disputes.

(www.tradefbiusa.com)

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