Business Growth Services

International Trade

MANTEC is in a very unique position to integrate international trade as a top line growth strategy.  The World Trade Center of Central Pennsylvania (WTC) is co-located with us allowing us to work together to offer a wide range of services for our common clients.

Current support services include:  International Trade

  • export readiness assessments
  • trade counseling
  • market research including the identification of potential markets and barriers to entry
  • technical trade assistance (such as product classification, compliance, documentation)
  • connections to State and Federal programs
  • connections to private sector service providers and other local manufacturers for information sharing
  • Additionally, monthly trade seminars, workshops and roundtables are offered, addressing basic to advanced topics of international trade. 

With MANTEC’s strategic focus on the Next Generation Manufacturing Strategies, it is apparent that international trade is an integral part of technology acceleration and business growth services.  It also plays a role in each of the NGM strategies.  International trade should be a part of your strategic development process and market and sales development.  It will quickly become part of the supplier development (sourcing), workforce development (trade support, customer relations), continuous improvements (compliance) and sustainability (market accessibility/competitive edge).

Please visit the WTC website for more information,

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