Local Firm Bring Far East to Sheffield

23rd August 2016

Newsome International the international trade consultancy arm of Newsome Tools have spent 40 of their 50 years dealing with the Far East.

Now the Sheffield based company are sharing the benefits of their decades of experience & connections with local companies. For the SME considering doing business at the other side of the world or the experienced international trader - the challenges, risks and problems are often the same. Making the wrong decision on quality, shipping, own branding, choice of supplier or funding of trade can be catastrophic. Newsome International have sought to take the time, uncertainties & effort out of the exercise in dealing with China, Taiwan & Vietnam. The most recent development to help companies is a Q.C. facility for every individual shipment - this is of particular help to companies importing from the Far East & shipping direct to their customers throughout Europe. Many companies simply don't have the resources or time to get the best deal possible the market is changing daily - so we are giving local companies the support previously enjoyed by international organisations. For more information visit www.newsome-trade-finance.co.uk

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