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Global Sourcing & Procurements Supply Chain

Global Sourcing is a procurement strategy used by businesses wherein goods and services are sourced from the global market to obtain the highest levels of efficiency possible. The goal of Global Sourcing is to lower production costs while maintaining the exacting quality standards required for products and services. Another key consideration is to confirm that the value pricing, quality, and deliverability is sustainable for the long-term.

Global Sourcing and Procurement can account for more than 50 percent of total cost of manufacturing in most industries. Therefore procurement organizations are playing a more strategic role than ever before, helping companies achieve and sustain a competitive advantage by keeping costs low, providing goods and services efficiently and effectively, and drawing on the innovation and quality insights of suppliers.

Global sourcing involves more than just searching for products globally. It is also an effort to improve certain aspects of manufacturing, such as:

  • Supplier selection and performance
  • Speed to market
  • Estimation of product costs
  • Trade compliance
  • Auditing

We work closely with our clients to deliver and sustain those cost improvements, improve cross-functional collaboration, develop new capabilities and more streamlined processes, and build stronger, more productive supplier relationships. By drawing on our global network of procurement experts in countries and offices around the globe



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How to Setup Frozen Fish Biz or become our Agent

Entrepreneurs entering the frozen fish market first must choose the type of fish they wish to sell and understand various regulations that may be established in their area. By understanding all that’s required of them, new or experienced business owners can move forward in their goal of selling frozen fish.


Locate a distributor for the types of fish you wish to carry. Frozen fish distributors typically handle the packaging and shipping of their product directly to the store, keeping the fish at sub-zero temperatures throughout its journey.


Determine contract length and shipping costs, as well as pricing for deliveries from the distributor. Fish typically doesn’t have a suggested retail price. Market price drives the cost of fish, so these contracts regularly rely on being a certain percentage under market price to allow profit for both the distributor and retailer.


Purchase freezers to hold the inventory. The quality of frozen fish can deteriorate if the fish freezes again after thawing.


Obtain a retail location or create an online sales site to sell the frozen fish. A preferable retail location will be near a grocery outlet where there’s more likely to be higher foot traffic from customers shopping for food. Online sites allow for worldwide distribution, but remember to factor in shipping and handling costs that’ll be incurred by keeping fish frozen for the duration of its travel.