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Company's export readiness assessment

Export Experience
Financial Status
Production Facilities - volume, capacity , technology
Logistics - the product, production, information
The success on the home market
Foreign Language

Total : 61 - 68%

Interpretation of evaluation results

• General grade 0-25% of the maximum - very poor to poor export readiness
• General grade 26-50% of the maximum - the poor to satisfactory completion of
• General grade 51-75% of max - fair to good export readiness
• General grade 76-100% of max - good to excellent export readiness
The company has good knowledge about export business from previous experiences on Swedish and Finish markets. The financial situation depends on company’s own resources. Production output is depending on active sales work which is currently modest in the Norwegian market. There is also need for expansion of machinery park in order to be able to offer combined packing solutions in bigger volumes. The importance of transport is directly related to the geographical and political position of the company. There is a time and planning issue when shipping goods to Norway because of geographical localization of Estonia as well as compliance with customs laws since Norway is not a member of The European Union. However , the company is familiar with these matters as they have done some packing work for Norwegian clients in past. Still , the on-site information is weak ; contacts are insufficient and needs to be developed . Image depends on company’s financial position and the successful marketing. The knowledge what
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