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    Importers in Sugar Land

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    Business Listing   Avalon Realty - Sugar Land, TX - Phone: (281) 242-6000

    Business Listing   Cost Plus World Market - Sugar Land, TX - Phone: (281) 277-9400

    Business Listing   Eastern Continental USA Inc - Sugar Land, TX - Phone: (281) 242-6660

    Business Listing   HAIG and Lee Import Export Inc - Sugar Land, TX - Phone: (281) 494-7822

    Business Listing   Import Traders Inc - Sugar Land, TX - Phone: (281) 242-7030

    Business Listing   Kicott USA - Sugar Land, TX - Phone: (281) 265-8728

    Business Listing   Promet Inc - Sugar Land, TX - Phone: (281) 491-9500

    Business Listing   Texas Lucky Star Shipping Inc - Sugar Land, TX - Phone: (281) 491-8828

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    Helpful Definition for: Importers

    Importers in Sugar Land are the professionals who buy goods and services brought into its port. Their responsibility lies in importing goods & services in a legitimate fashion, typically for trading in Sugar Land. Importers provide domestic customers with foreign goods.

    Importers are an important part of international trade. Importers of goods normally require involvement of the customs authorities and are aware of import quotas, tariffs and trade agreements.

    Importers may be divided into three major categories: those looking for any product around the world to import and sell, those looking for foreign sourcing to get their products at the cheapest price and those who use foreign sourcing as part of their global supply chain.

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