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1
Export Marketing through Internet Over view of
how IT is changing Global Trading Practices
  • M.SundaraRajan
  • Primary Information Services
  • http//www.primaryinfo.com

2
Special difficulties in international marketing
  • 1.Difficulty of Distances,  2.High Cost of
    Transport, 3.Diverse Languages, Customs,
    Traditions and National Laws,
    4.Currencies, Weights and Measures, Marketing
    Methods, 5.Risks and Uncertainties,  6.Customs
    Formalities, Exchange Control,  7.Payment of
    Dues, 8.Shipping and Insurance, 9.Foreign Trade
    Quotations , 10.Multiple Chain of Middlemen.

3
Technology To Compete
  • Small entrepreneurs usually lacked the resources
    of their larger competitors.
  • Now they can access much of the same technology
    as the giant corporations
  • use auto-responders, accept online payments and
    even deliver products over the Internet.

4
FOREIGN TRADE Changing Scenario
  • LETTERS
  • TELEPHONE
  • FAX
  • VISITS
  • FAIRS
  • Home Pages E-Mails
  • Cyber Malls
  • Credit Cards
  • Online Transactions

5
CHANGING SCENARIO
  • ModemPC - Broadband
  • Mobile
  • Vedio Conferencing
  • Data Transfer
  • Globalization
  • Internet Marketing
  • Photo/Video Sharing
  • Money Transfers
  • RADIO
  • SILENT MOVIE
  • SOUND
  • COLOUR
  • TV-VEDIO
  • TELEPHONE
  • TELEX
  • FAX

6
FUTURE
  • EDI
  • TRADE POINT
  • ELECTRONIC COMMERCE-PAYMENTS
  • SECURITY

7
Benefits of electronics commerce
  • save money, reduce marketing budget
  • save time, reduce steps in marketing process
  • better customer satisfaction
  • information rich and interactive
  • offers instant international reach
  • lowers barriers to entry and offers equal
    opportunity access
  • cyber marketing continuously available
  • not replacing traditional marketing but provides
    new directions!

8
The different services of the Internet
Services of the internet community Compared with real world Software used DerivedServices
World wide webwww, Web Library Browser FTP integrated in web sites
Email Letter Email software Mailing list
Discussion Groups forums Newsgroup Notice Boards(non real time) Browser
On Line Chat Discussion rooms ( real time) Normally specific software
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Effective use of e-mailfeatures
  • Make your Subject Line clear so that it gets
    read.
  • Keep the message short and stay on one topic.
  • Personalize your message to the receiver.
  • Reply promptly (within 24 hours) to messages.
  • Use customized signature (sig.) files, which
    include name, title, contact
  • information, and a short tag line if desired and
    is automatically added to the bottom of your
    e-mail messages.
  • Use the automatic response feature when you plan
    to be away so that senders know when to expect
    you back or whom to contact in the interim.

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Netiquette
  • Regarding general communications
  • Don't use CAPITALS (upper case letters) as this
    is the equivalent of
  • shouting on the Internet
  • Be courteous and avoid sarcasm.
  • Use good grammar and spell check your message.
  • Don't send attachments or complex graphics
    without permission as they can take a long time
    to download.
  • Regarding promotional or group messages
  • For mass mailings, use the "blind copy" feature.
  • Only post ads where they are welcome.
  • Avoid spamming (equivalent of "junk mail").

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Where to Find e-Mail Addresses?
  • From emails received
  • Web sites Feedback Forms
  • Business Cards Letter Heads
  • specialized e-mail directories
  • buy (targeted) e-mail addresses
  • large mailing lists www.listserv.com,
    www.majordomo.com
  • mid-sized mailing lists www.listbot.com
  • small mailing lists Microsoft Outlook Express

12
Discussion Groups
  • Commercially speaking, discussion groups can be a
    powerful tool to be used to
  • Exchange information about specific topics.
    Researchers and computer
  • programmers use this tool abundantly,
    particularly if they are not direct competitors.
  • To advertise ones products (normally in an
    indirect way).
  • To find resources (suppliers, employees, ).
  • To know what people really think about ones
    products. Indeed, many discussion
  • group participants use anonymous e-mails
    addresses therefore, they tend to
  • express their opinion very frankly.

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Telephony Videoconferencing
  • 1.The transition towards packet switching now
    supports the provision of long distance telephone
    service at the cost of a local call (unit rather
    than distance pricing) over the Internet. Be sure
    to investigate what telephony services might be
    available from your ISP
  • 2.The cost of videoconferencing technology is now
    quite affordable for many businesses. Small
    cameras can be attached to office computers,
    allowing real-time
  • videoconferences to replace expensive travel
    for in-person meetings. Alternatively, commercial
    video conferencing facilities are available in
    many major centers, to use on a fee-for-service
    basis.

14
What is a search engine?
  • A search engine is an Internet tool that locates
    web pages and sorts them according to specified
    keywords.

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Types of search engines
  • Yahoo and Alta Vista are the most useful search
    engines for beginning searches.
  • Google, Northern Light, and Snap access the
    greatest percentage of the World Wide Web--only
    around 15-16.
  • Dogpile will search through several search
    engines at once.
  • A collection of search engine links is available
    at the OWL web site owl.english.purdue.edu

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Limit your keyword search
Or
Cancer
  • It is a good idea to read the directions for each
    search engine to get the most out of your search.
  • Use words like AND and OR to limit your search
    and get more specified information.

Lawsuit
Tobacco
Legislation
Smoking
And
Advertising
Teenagers
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Search Tools
  • Directories www.yahoo.com
  • Search Engines www.altavista.com
  • Pattern-based search engines www.google.com
  • Clusty http//clusty.com/

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More Search Engines
  • Excite Inc. http//www.excite.com
  • Hot Bot http//www.hotbot.com
  • Infoseek http//www.infoseek.com
  • Lycos Inc. http//www.lycos.com
  • Meta-Crawler http//www.metacrawler.com
  • Northern Lights http//www.nlsearch.com
  • Webcrawler http//webcrawler.com

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Researching the Internet
  • Use search engines to your advantage
  • Identify the web site
  • Examine for credibility
  • Determine depth and scope of information
  • Assess date of information

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Choosing an ISP
  • QUESTIONS
  • Do you offer flat-fee service?
  • How many hours of access do I receive per month
    within the basic fee structure?
  • How many users can I add per modem line without
    additional charges?
  • Is a free Homepage included in your basic
    subscription fee?
  • Do you offer 24 hour technical support? In what
    languages? How long is the average wait to speak
    to a real person?
  • When I travel, will I be able to receive local
    dial-in access? Roaming services?
  • Do you offer an executive news service?
  • Do I receive free Internet browser software with
    my subscription?
  • Do you offer/include e-mail and Internet
    research training?
  • How often can I expect to receive a busy signal
    during dial-in? What are your peak usage times?
  • What is your network utilization ratio?
  • How fast is your e-mail delivery?

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Types of web pages
  • Informative pages
  • Personal web pages
  • Political/interest group pages
  • Marketing-oriented or infomercial pages
  • Entertainment pages
  • Blogs

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Why do we need to evaluate web sources?
  • Virtually any person can publish almost anything
    on the Internet.
  • Unlike most print sources, web sources do not
    have to be professionally accepted and edited to
    be published.

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Examine for credibility
  • Who is the author of the site?
  • What is the authority or expertise of the
    individual or group?
  • What else comes up when you type the authors
    name into a search engine?
  • Does the source have a political or business
    agenda?
  • Is the site sponsored by a political or business
    group? If so, what can you find out about that
    group?

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Edi in India
  • EC/EDI Council of India
  • Responsible for laying down the policy frame work
    and direction for
  • promotion and propagation of EDI and Electronic
    Commerce.
  • creating awareness and education among the
    potential EC/EDI functionaries and users
  • streamlining procedures and practices
  • attending to legal issues
  • human resource development
  • any other issue connected with EDI and
    Electronic Commerce.

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World Trade Point Federation
  • THE UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE ON TRADE AND
    DEVELOPMENT (UNCTAD)As the initiator of the
    Trade Point Programme, UNCTAD is a key partner of
    the World Trade Point Federation. In the
    framework of the partnership, UNCTAD supports the
    Federation

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Trade Point - India
  • National Centre for Trade Informationhttp//www.n
    cti-india.com/
  • NCTI a non profit joint venture  of India Trade
    Promotion Organisation (ITPO) and National
    Informatics Centre (NIC)  is a Ministry of
    Commerce Industry, Govt. of  India recognised
    Trade Point-India under the  Trade  Efficiency
    Programme of  United Nations  Conference on Trade
    Development (UNCTAD). The Trade Point Programme
    of the UNCTAD has certified NCTI as an
    Operational  Trade Point in New Delhi.

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M. Visvesvaraya Industrial Research
Development Centre (MVIRDC), a non- profit
companyhttp//www.wtcmumbai.org/
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World Trade Centre Network
  • BBS .... Offers to BUY,SELL other Opportunities
  • ADVERTISE Your Requirements Worldwide Instantly
  • 306 WTC S Covering more than 92 Countries

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TRADE STATISTICShttp//www.wtcmumbai.org/impex_da
tabank.htm
IMPORTSEXPORTS DATA OF COUNTRIES QUANTITY
PRICE BUYING SELLING
  • IMPORTSEXPORTS
  • DATA OF COUNTRIES
  • QUANTITY PRICE
  • BUYING SELLING

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World Import Export Database
  • http//www.piers.com
  • PIERS maintains the most comprehensive database
    of timely, accurate, import and export
    information on the cargoes moving through ports
    in the U.S., Mexico, Latin America, and Asia.
    PIERS collects data from over 25,000 bills of
    lading everyday then translates the raw data
    into the kind of meaningful intelligence that
    companies around the world use to Find new
    suppliers, new markets and new business
    opportunities Benchmark performance against the
    competition Defend intellectual property
    against infringement and counterfeiting
    Understand international trade trends and
    forecasts Support strategic decision-making
    Arbitrate trade disputes

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Country Information
  • CURRENT BUSINESS CLIMATE
  • POLITICAL TURMOILS, IMPORTS AND
    EXPORTS, CURRENCY EXCHANGE RATE
  • http//www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/
  • Foreign country profiles
  • Country specific trade guides
  • Trade agreements
  • Country risk information

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COMPANY INFORMATION
  • NAME AND ADDRESS
  • PRODUCTS/BUSINESS
  • KEY EXECUTIVES
  • TURNOVER
  • FAX,EMAIL,TELEPHONE
  • FINANCIAL STATUS
  • http//www.thomasregister.com

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Government Departments
  • DGFT
  • Apeda
  • Coffee
  • Fepz
  • Fieo
  • Itpo
  • Diamond
  • Iift
  • iip
  • Mpeda
  • Mmtc
  • Ean
  • Rubber Board
  • Special Economic Zones
  • Spices Board
  • Stc
  • Tea Board
  • Tobacco

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IMPORT/EXPORT
  • RULES AND REGULATIONS
  • GOVERMENT POLICIES PROCEDURES TAXES/DUTIES ?
    CONCESSIONS !http//dgft.delhi.nic.in/

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SUBSCRIBE NEWS LETTERS
http//www.ieport.com (i) DGFT Public Notices,
Notifications, Policy Circulars and other local
Trade notices etc. through Email immediately on
issuance.(ii) Central Board of Excise and
Customs Notifications and Circulars on Customs
matters through Email immediately on
issuance.(iii) all important Public Notices,
Circulars and Notifications and send it to you
through Email. This is unique service (iv) Fee
based Service.
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More Places to go
  • Customs
  • Excise
  • Codex
  • Ports
  • Passports
  • Bis
  • Patents
  • Texprocil
  • Epch
  • Hhec
  • Hepc
  • Concor
  • Epc-list
  • Ecgc
  • Exim Bank

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Internet marketing, as with most types of
marketing,is not a one-time effort.A long-term
commitment of measuring and adjusting will help
ensure continuing growth and improvement. By
investing in a solid and well-thought internet
marketing foundation, you can create positive
momentum, steadily improve your results,
effectively meet your overall goals.
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Many ways to make money on
customers abroad Degree of involvement The
exporter... could ask a trader to do
his exporting for him could invite a prospect
to come and order EXW could ask a fellow
exporter to help or join in the venture could
do everything himself on his own risks, costs
getting someone else to look after the actual
export work. Many SME do that - justifiably so
when they feel that their core competence does
not include international marketing and trading.
They simply produce, and consider that to be
their primary job.
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Six Easy Steps
  • Digital Sales Brochures
  • Advertising in Trade Portals
  • Watch out Trade Leads
  • Locate Importers/Distributors/Retailers
  • Study Market Research Data
  • Direct eMail Campaigns
  • http//www.primaryinfo.org

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Digital Sales Brochure
  • Have your web site It is your sales brochure on
    line for anybody, anywhere to see it at anytime
    ! Submit it to Search Engines as often as you
    can
  • Print your web URL Email id on your letter
    head Business cardMention it everywhere, so
    clients find you easily
  • It is Attractive, Informative Cost Effective

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Not really a choice anymore ! become a necessity
!!
  • For those who haven't developed a web site for
    their business yet, now could be a good time to
    start.
  • Local competitors may already have one. And
    remember it's now much easier for almost any
    business to tap into almost any market, from
    almost any geographical location.

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Hosur SSI on the Internet
  • http//hosuronline.com/Hostia/default.htm
  • http//www.nutechrubber.com- AD in
    http//www.Alibaba.com
  • ACE Engineering
  • KAMINI Enterprises

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Advertise in Trade Portals
  • List your Business
  • Post your sales offers on line
  • There are more than a million web sites where you
    can post your offers List your company profile
  • Insert Plain Text, Photographs, Catalogues with
    Animation, Company Logo, Banner Ads

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Sample ads
  • EC Plaza portal
  • EC PLAZA
  • Membership Benefits
  • Signup
  • http//informer.en.ecplaza.net/
  • Your page?
  • Take a look at http//www.primaryinfo.org

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Low Cost
  • Compared to other media, the Internet enables a
    business to advertise at considerably lower
    prices.
  • It may not be a replacement for other marketing,
    but the Internet is generally cheaper than
    advertising on television, radio, or in
    newspapers, magazines and even by direct mail.

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Open 24/7 /365
  • By automating a web site, a business can be open
    24 hours a day, 7 days a week. No extra staff
    costs and no overtime rates to pay!
  • Anybody can see from anywhere _at_ anytime !

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Test Marketing New Products
  • The Internet offers quick and easy ways to
    conduct low-cost market research. A questionnaire
    on a web site, or by email, can test very quickly
    and inexpensively whether a product gets a good
    response. What's more, different offers or
    marketing approaches can be tested using
    different pages on the same website.

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Customer Feedback Made Easy
  • The Internet makes it possible to capture visitor
    information. Keeping in touch (via email) helps
    to cultivate long-term relationships. Also, the
    widespread use of discussion forums is a popular
    way to get quick, low-cost customer feedback.

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Reaching A Global Audience
  • More countries are getting on the Net each year.
    The Internet breaks down geographical boundaries
    and limitation. With the help of search engines,
    people can now locate and buy products and
    services from every corner of the world.

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Top 5 Websites
  • ALIBABA  http//www.alibaba.com
  • EC EUROPE  http//www.eceurope.com/
  • ETOCOMMERCE  http//eto.commerce.com.tw/
  • TRADE UK  http//tradeuk.brightstation.com/
  • EC PLAZA  http//www.ecplaza.net/
  • For top hundred sites, click onhttp//www.wtcmumb
    ai.org/topsites.htm

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Watch Out Offers to Buy
  • Search Google Trade Portals gt Results 1 - 10 of
    about 240,000. Search took 0.12 seconds.
  • Market Place for all Categories or Specific
    Product Categories
  • Services Free , Fee based, Business Centers,
    Catalogue Show Case, Virtual Trade Fairs ,
    Bulletin Boards, Directories
  • http//www.foreign-trade.com/
  • http//www.etraderoom.com
  • http//www.gatewaytoitaly.it

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Directories
  • http//www.overseasbuyers.com/
  • http//epzdanet.intnet.mu/epzda/index.html
  • http//www.thomasregister.com/
  • http//www.eximinfo.com/
  • http//www.gulfimporters.com/
  • http//www.export-leads.com/

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Market Research Data
  • India Trade Promotion Portals http//www.tradeport
    alindia.com/
  • World Economic Environment  Overseas Market
    Situation  Export Import Trends  Trade
    Statistics  Company Industry Reports
     Market Surveys  Tariffs Taxes  Trade
    Investment Policy  Links to other Trade related
    Sites  ITPO Members Information

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Cii-unido SPX Global Industrial Sourcing
Network45 spx in 30 Countrieshttp//www.ciionli
ne.org/subcontracting/index.htm
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AUTO COMPONENT CLUSTERCHENNAI
Prepared by S. Ravi Kumar Cluster Development
Executive Small Industries Service
Institute (Ministry of SSI, Govt. of India) 65/1
G.S.T Road, Guindy Chennai-600 032 Sourcehttp
//www.sisi-chennai.com/services/cluster.asp
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Nu-tech Rubber Products
  •  

We are Pioneers in Rubber Molded Components and
Our Unit is an ISO 90012000 Certified by The
Joint Accreditation System of Australia and New
Zealand for Manufacturing of Rubber Components.
Moreover the Company was established in the year
1988. We are engaged in the Manufacturing and
Supplying Of Rubber Molded components for
various fields and Other Process Industrial
Applications also. We are Authorized Suppliers
for leaders in Two Wheeler Manufacturers like
TVS Motor Company-Hosur, TVS Motor
Company-Mysore and other our Major Customers Who
are covered in Various fields and Multi National
Companies(MNC) also. We would like to Register
Ourselves as a Vendor. ..For Nu-Tech Rubber
Products S. KAMALASEKARAN Chief Executive
Officer Products/Services We Offer Auto
accessories, motorcycle accessories, motorcycle
parts, automobileSOURCE http//www.alibaba.com/c
ompany/10172730.html
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Karnatakka
  • AISIN - procures parts and materials globally
  • Ideal Jawa
  • MOTOR INDUSTRIES CO. LTD
  • Reva
  • TVS Motor Company
  • Toyota Kirloskar Motor Ltd.
  • VST TILLERS TRACTORS LTD.
  • Volvo India Ltd.

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FORD India
  • Home Page
  • Suppliers/Partners Information
  • Out Sourcing Solutions
  • UPS Supply Chain Solutions
  • Raw Material Sourcing

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AISIN
  • AISIN NTTF PRIVATE LIMITED
  • Manufacture and sales of automotive parts
  • 40/40A, Electronics City, Electronics City
    Post, Hosur Road in Bangalore, Karnataka, India
  • Tel. (80) 852-2212
  • Fax. (80) 852-2214
  • Company Profile
  • Video

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Buyer from Srilanka
  • Details of Trade Lead
  • Subject  Buy Bajaj 3 Wheeler Parts    Post
    Date  28th March 2006   Expiry date   28th
    March 2007 DescriptionWe are interested in the
    entire range of Bajaj 3 wheeler parts and would
    like to receive contact of suppliers and
    manufacturers  Contact InformationContact
    Person Mr. Imtiaz A.S GaditDesignation Managing
    DirectorAddress57, 4/2, SECOND CROSS ST.,
    COLOMBO ,SRI LANKA Phone Number Fax Year
    Established 1973 Note This service is available
    to Paid Members only Learn More.
  • Source trade India

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Direct eMail Campaigns
  • Email is the best form of Communication available
    To Small Entrepreneurs
  • Go for email sales campaigns - you can focus your
    sales drive and reach unbelievably large groups
    !
  • Email Lists Options compile your own, Buy Lists
    or Out Source Emailing
  • Digital Sales Brochures can be sent as Emails

http//theinformer.netfirms.com
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Major assets of (Internet-based) e-mail
  • Advantages
  • Extremely low cost
  • High speed of transmission
  • Highly handy build-in address book
  • Received messages can be edited, copied,
    forwarded, etc.
  • Easy-to-learn functions
  • to link an e-mail message with a web site
  • All kinds of files can be attached
  • E-mails can be digitally signed
  • E-mails can be encrypted
  • Sender get return receipt
  • Some weaknesses
  • 1-2 of losses are unavoidable
  • spam dilemma
  • Most emails have to be in simple text format

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Where to Find e-Mail Addresses?
  • From emails received
  • Web sites Feedback Forms
  • Business Cards Letter Heads
  • specialized e-mail directories
  • buy (targeted) e-mail addresses
  • large mailing lists www.listserv.com,
  • www.majordomo.com
  • mid-sized mailing lists www.listbot.com
  • small mailing lists Microsoft Outlook Express

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Examples of documents made availableon the Web
by Trade Support Institutions
  • 1.Forum, ITC magazine published in three
    languages
  • http//www.tradeforum.org/
  • 2.Studies and Documents (virtual libraries)
  • STDB, Singapore Trade Development Board
    www.tdb.gov.sg
  • 3. Business Information Service (STB) of the
    British Library (London)
  • http//www.bl.uk/services/stb/bis.htmlBC
  • 4. ITC databases (Geneva)
  • http//www.intracen.org/tdc/welcome.htm
  • 5. Cyber bookshop, Trade Development Council,
    Hong-Kong http//cyberbookshop.tdc.org.hk/

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Information Sources for World of Auto parts - 1
  • Annual publication by the German association of
    car manufacturers offers over 200 pages of
    information on the German, European and global
    car industry.Down load Report 2006
  • http//www.vda.de/en/service/jahresbericht/index.h
    tml
  • OSAT Reports

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Information Sources for World of Auto parts -2
  • http//www.ccfa.fr/
  • Annual publication by the French association of
    car manufacturers, giving French, European and
    worldwide statistics.
  • http//www.uk.fiev.fr/
  • Annual publication by the French association of
    component manufacturers

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Information Sources for World of Auto parts -3
  • THE GLOBAL AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY
  • VALUE CHAIN
  • What Prospects for Upgrading by Developing
    Countries ?
  • UNIDO
  • Profile of tomorrow's automotive supplier
  • Ernst Young LLP
  • http//www.autoindustria.com/encuentro/documentos/
    automotive_supplier_capgemini.pdf
  • Informative publication focusing on the changing
    role of the automotive supplier.

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Supply Chain Links -1
  • SupplyON
  • http//www.supplyon.com
  • E-business exchange for the automotive industry
    set up by European suppliers. Companies buy
    supplies through an online order process.

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Supply Chain Links -2
  • Odette
  • http//www.odette.org
  • Site by automotive industry itself, focusing on
    e-business communications, engineering data
    exchange and logistics management, which link the
    4,000-plus businesses in the European motor
    industry and their global trading partners.

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Supply Chain Links - 3
  • Global Automotive Parts Access
  • http//www.gapa.com
  • Example of Internet parts distribution. Global
  • Automotive Parts Access, (GAPA), was created to
    provide original equipment and high quality
    aftermarket repair maintenance parts to
    consumers online in the USA.

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Supply Chain Links - 4
  • MARKETING RESEARCH
  • Europe's automotive aftermarket Trends and
    forecasts to 2005
  • Economist Intelligence Unit
  • E-mail london_at_eiu.comInternet
    http//www.eiu.com
  • The Economist Intelligence Unit carries out
    research in
  • the automotive industry. The above-mentioned
    report is
  • one of their publications
  • Import duties and tariffs - Europe
  • http//europa.eu.int/comm/taxation_customs/databas
    es/database.htm
  • Database of tariffs.

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Supply Chain Links-5
  • Trade fair organisers
  • GERMANY
  • Automechanika
  • Location Frankfurt
  • Frequency biennial
  • Organisation Messe Frankfurt - Messe und
    Ausstellungs GmbH,
  • E-mail automechanika_at_messefrankfurt.comInternet
    www.messefrankfurt.com
  • The worlds largest and most important exhibition
    of automotive parts and equipment. Attended in
    particular by distributors and wholesalers.

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Supply Chain Links-6
  • UNITED KINGDOM
  • European Automotive Trade Show
  • Location Birmingham, NEC
  • Frequency biennial
  • Organisation SMMT
  • Internet http//www.smmt.co.uk
  • Largest show for automotive parts and equipment
    in the United Kingdom.

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Supply Chain Links-7
  • Trade AssociationsINTERNATIONAL FIGIEFA
  • International Federation of Automotive
    After-market
  • Distributors
  • Internet http//www.figiefa.org
  • EUROPE - CLEPA
  • European Association of Automotive Suppliers
  • E-mail info_at_clepa.be
  • Internet http//www.clepa.com

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Supply Chain Links-8
  • After-market prices
  • Intercarparts
  • Internet http//www.intercarparts.nl
  • Online parts shop. English, French, German and
    Dutch language. Prices exclude discounts given by
    associated dealers and workshops. Delivery in
    Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg.
  • Direct Car Spares
  • Internet http//www.eurocarspares.com/
  • Online parts shop.

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Automotive and Transport Associations Directory
  • Alliance of Automobile Manufacturershttp//ww
    w.autoalliance.orgAmerican Glovebox
    Societyhttp//www.gloveboxsociety.orgAssociation
    of International Automobile Manufacturers
    http//www.aiam.orgBrake Manufacturers
    Councilhttp//www.brakecouncil.orgInternational
    Truck Parts Associationhttp//www.itpa.comMobile
    Air Conditioning Societyhttp//www.imaca.orgMot
    orcycle Industry Councilhttp//www.mic.orgNation
    al Association of Trailer Manufacturershttp//www
    .natm.comNational Marine Electronics
    Associationhttp//www.nmea.orgNational Marine
    Manufacturers Associationhttp//www.nmma.orgNati
    onal Truck Equipment Associationhttp//www.ntea.c
    omOffshore Marine Service Associationhttp//www.
    offshoremarine.orgShipbuilders Council of
    Americahttp//www.shipbuilders.org

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Online Trading
  • With Automotive Instant Exchange you can buy and
    locate any New / Remanufactured or used
    automotive part(s) right from your Personal
    Computer, whether you are a business or
    individual buyer. As a buyer you specify what
    you're looking for, and receive quotes from
    sellers for it. After selecting the best quote,
    you will be able to purchase it.  
  • http//www.automotix.net/
  • Parts hotline

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Auto Parts- Online Stores
  • Auto Fair
  • Auto Parts
  • Auto Serv 2006

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Cartels
  • Japanese auto parts supply networks and the
    governance of ... File Format PDF/Adobe Acrobat
    - View as HTMLonly in auto parts supply
    networks, but across the Japanese economy. ...
    Restrained Trade Cartels in Japan's Basic
    Materials Industries. Ithaca, ...digitalcommons.l
    ibraries.columbia.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article
    1106contextjapan_wps - Similar pages

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Buy/Sell Online
  • TradeKey
  • Autoparts Importers
  • Chinese Trade Portal
  • Importers Exporters
  • Sources Scan Agency
  • Buyers Index

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Buyers on the Internet
  • We are looking to buy break liver, break paddle,
    gear liver, gear shaft, clutch liver, clutch
    yoke, clutch shoe, clutch plate, gear mootha,
    petrol tape, wheel rims, spoke, ballancer,
    speedometer waram, gripe cover, fiber side box,
    helmat lock, ISI and non ISI helmat, breakrod,
    side stand, center stand, indicator stay, blnker,
    headlight assembly, headlight glass, taillight
    assembly, tail light cover, headlight doom,
    kickboss with kit, chain sporket, gearbox
    sporket, forkepipe, scootor silencer, etc.
  • Megha auto
  • Contact Person Mr. Pankaj Modha
  • Address SHAKTINAGAR, 21/1, C.S.C. ROAD NO.6,
    DAHISAR (EAST), MUMBAI 400068 ,MAHARASHTRA ,INDIA
  • TRADE INDIA

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Indian Components Industry Profiles
  • Bharat Forge Kalyani Group
  • Goetzeindia
  • Mico
  • Munjalshowa
  • SONA
  • Sundaram Fasteners
  • Onassis Auto
  • DelphiTVS

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alert service
  • New publications, New information sources
  • Upcoming trade events, Company news
  • News on people (nominations, departures)
  • Selection of news (from newspapers, press
    agencies), which could affect the target users
    business etc
  • Some other examples of alert bulletins on the Web
    include
  • Autoparts
  • Auto Parts India
  • FORD India

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Online Help BREAKING INTO THE TRADE GAME
  • A Small Business Guide to Exporting
  • Introduction
  • CHAPTER 1 Making the Export Decision
    International Marketing Plan Workbook
  • CHAPTER 2 Making the E-Commerce Connection
  • CHAPTER 3 Identifying International Markets
  • CHAPTER 4 Foreign Market Entry
  • CHAPTER 5 The Export Transaction
  • CHAPTER 6 Export Financing
  • CHAPTER 7 Transporting Goods Internationally
  • CHAPTER 8 Strategic Alliances and Foreign
    Investment Opportunities

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