EXIM Bank Case Study: Slade Inc.
Did you know there are non-profit economic development organizations across the U.S. that offer free or low-cost trade counseling, export outreach, and technical assistance to U.S. businesses looking to export?
The Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM Bank) has worked with over 75 of these entities through their City/State Program Network. If you need advice on export-related issues, EXIM Bank's City/State Program members can provide the information and services that you needs to succeed.
Download this case study to see how Slade Inc. -- a Statesville, N.C.-based manufacturer of fluid-sealing products for industrial equipment, specifically pumps and valves that serve the steam, nuclear and water hydro-electric plants, pulp and paper mills, and petrochemical and oil and gas industries -- has worked with the North Carolina Small Business and Technology Development Center (SBTDC) to increase their international market share -- expanding their export sales to over 65 countries.
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