1. Give some thought into how you package your product to maximise the number of items on a pallet. Build it high if possible to reduce freight charges.
2. Logistics should be an important part of your business. This maybe the only physical interaction with your customer
3. Make sure your website and other channels of marketing are multi-lingual.
4. Setting delivery terms when the product is being sold is a real must. This gives you control over transportation.
5. Sell in GBP to eradicate any currency fluctuations.
6. Insurance should be considered if the goods are important. See our Cargo insurance guide here.
7. Make sure you have researched any local holidays which could delay your delivery and plan according so.
8. Packaging is important, make sure it is well-designed. It will protect your goods; it also helps when trying to sell your product.
9. Double check the delivery address and contact details. Make sure to ask them for specific opening times and for any local delivery restrictions.
10. Consider a Sales agent in your target market.Share Tweet