You guys REALLY need a distributer.Not that creative lol.
I might just try a shorter free bore 6.5 saum. I’d love to do the sst or ss but dies and brass would need to be imported and don’t know if the added cost is worth it.
The person on the receiving end has to get the ball rolling because there has to be a legal recpient and then it has to be shipped from someone with The proper ITAR licensing. In my case, to an exporter.Whose primary responsibility is that to initiate, the importer or the exporter?
The person on the receiving end has to get the ball rolling because there has to be a legal recpient and then it has to be shipped from someone with The proper ITAR licensing. In my case, to an exporter.
Yes, Ive done that and they were supposed to move forward, but have not.You are talking to an individual level needing a product while I am referring to the business aspect. Matt 3479 cannot have product X if there is no importer/distributor in Canada.
"I" guess we have a different business model. If "I" want to sell "my" products outside the US, it is "my" responsibility to contact potential distributors in country X, esp. for a small/start-up business.
I have LOTS of Canadians that call and several clients that have paid an exporter on this end to buy Sherman stuff.Is there enough want in Canada that you know of to make it worth its while? Cause I may know a guy
Yes, Ive done that and they were supposed to move forward, but have not.
I mentioned it to an individual because a distributer is what they need up there and if enough people request the products, maybe they'll get off center.
No, he doesnt ring a bell?That's what I said, a distributor has to exist before an individual can obtain your product legally. So you're saying "you" initiated the correspondence to establish a distributor (importer), now it is their turn to do their market research/feasibility analysis of your business partnership.
Have you tried Jerry Teo of http://mysticprecision.com/? I am not sure if he is still active or still an LRH member.