MEXICO CITY, April 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- AXIA Traders today announced the official opening of their Mexico City regional office, which will provide Export Management Services including registered importation for its clients exporting to Mexico, and Product Sourcing and full range of export services to qualified international buyers of goods and foodstuffs produced in Mexico.
"With Mexico's economic growth currently outpacing that of the rest of the NAFTA zone, our timing is great," says Lawrence McDaniel, AXIA Traders' country manager in Mexico. "Our Mexico City office gives us direct and immediate access to our Mexican producers and clients." A local presence, especially in developing markets like Mexico, can provide key strategic advantages, such as:
- Finding, qualifying and negotiating with local producers
- Gathering timely and accurate market research in Mexico
- Recruiting local, hard-to-find highly skilled employees such as attorneys, accountants and logistics managers.
- Liaising with Mexican customs and regulatory authorities
According to the World Bank, Mexico grew 3.9% in 2012 and is expected to grow 3.5% in 2013, significantly stronger economic growth than both USA and Canada.
About AXIA Traders:
AXIA Traders (http://www.axiatraders.com) provides a full range of export management, export merchant and trade finance, component outsourcing, and procurement services to its U.S. and Mexican clients and foreign buyers. AXIA Traders combines a world-class team of professionals with enterprise technology platform prowess and the balance sheet strength of its parent to create efficiencies and pricing power that previously could only be achieved by large, multi-national conglomerates. With fully functional transaction offices in Denver, Colorado and Mexico City, AXIA Traders is able to provide a truly localized and fully compliant business experience to its US and Canadian clients and its international trade partners.
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