Excel International specializes in foreign trade of commodities such as petroleum,
sugar, spices, steel, scrap metal and much more. Generally, governments abroad
have varying regulatory, insurance, and liability requirements. We have the
financial tools, resources and knowledge of government protocol to help buy
and sell as a principal in commodity exchanges with companies around the globe.
We have key people in different parts of the world and we bring buyers and
sellers together. From investment accounts to up-to-date business plans, to
the facilitation of the placement of funds with the right business resources,
the answers you seek are right here.
Our network of experts provide services that are tailored
to each client, such as identifying target markets, assessing
the needs of foreign customers, evaluating competitors, discovering
market niches, adapting the product or service for the target
market, launching the product and creating customer awareness
through advertising and promotion.
Oil is one of the most widely traded forms of energy and the fluctuations in
the oil markets impact economies across the globe. Unfortunately, oil is
tied to the politics of volatile regions and is traded across oceans by tankers.
Excel International’s web of worldwide representatives understands
that the global energy trade sector is overcoming barriers of deregulation,
transmission constraints and declining reserve margins, all of which have
collectively resulted in tremendous volatility in spot prices of energy.
Excel International helps your company find solutions to manage issues related
to energy trading, financial support, risk management and physical assessment
Management and control of energy trading activities are rapidly becoming essential
for corporate survival. Our experts at Excel International have strong backgrounds
in crude oil, exploration technologies, securities and gas trading and are
skilled in dealing with such issues as trade selection, execution, and settlement,
as well as order management, reference data management, trade reconciliation,
risk management, support services, and customer relationship management.