The EXICON GROUP has traveled many a path while boosting our clients’ business in and out of Brazil. Our growth has encouraged us to embrace different international trade processes. As our work branched out, new companies have been set up. One for each service.
Our import and export services are based on strict process control and risk management. We are relentless in our pursuit of excellence, from placing orders with suppliers abroad all the way to delivering the products to our clients’ warehousing facilities. In addition to paperwork and logistic support for import operations, we seek solutions that make it possible for foreign assets and goods to enter the country. We operate in a wide variety of export market niches.
We facilitate transactions between Asian suppliers, like those from China and Vietnam, for instance, and buyers located in the US, Europe and Latin America. The portfolio of products traded by EXICON Trading Asia includes footwear, furniture, and apparel, to name a few.
We manage the entire acquisition of products made abroad, warehouse goods, and distribute products for various domestic manufacturers and retailers. We operate in all stages of goods trade. We offer from product and price research to business structuring, acquisition, import, nationalization, warehousing, and inventory and logistics management, all the way to product distribution and sale.
We provide customized goods storage, management and transportation services for every client and operation, while streamlining costs and boosting results. These services encompass checking the products received, sorting, filling out sale orders including unit breakdown, labeling, putting together grids and kits, and repackaging, according to each order’s specifications. The company also provides transportation services and delivers these goods to clients across the country.
EXICON FIDC is the first fund in Rio Grande do Sul specializing in investing its resources in credit rights consisting of account receivables and bills on services performed to supply the fund’s clients with working capital.