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Old 07-04-2009, 02:04 AM
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Actually I have been working in a Import & Export Company in Dhaka, Bangladesh since 2nd December 2003. I am working as an "Officer, International Business". With low salary I can not maintain my family. So I have made an ERC (Export Registration Certificate) thinking to export this year. AS my capital is low (only $3000), I want to export vegetable items to Australia/USA. Please show me a way, buyers address/ another items name so that I can export by air in weekly basis.Shuhansiddiqui987@yahoo.com02.07.2006
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Old 07-04-2009, 02:32 AM
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Contact Name: Dr. Saleh AhmedDate of Birth: October/08/1954Specialisation: Agribusiness & Post-harvest Management SpecialistEducation & Training: Education:Ph.D. in HorticultureTraining:10 months Higher training from JapanYear(s) of Experience: 27Experience in Country(ies): BangladeshText of Complete CV: AREAS OF INTERESTHigh Value crops productionMarketing and AgribusinessSupply & Value Chain analysis
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Old 11-26-2010, 04:28 PM
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With scotch whiskey: once the aging process for scotch is complete, it is run over chilled copper tubing and chilled to approximately 36 degrees over several hours. Then the chilled scotch is poured into the bottle. If the scotch is a blend of several different whiskeys, then there is no need to add water. However, if the scotch is a single malt Nadurra then it is naturally chilled in the bottle. In order to bring forth all the flavor of the scotch the addition of a little water is recommended.
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Old 03-22-2012, 02:42 PM
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Default How can you keep your vegetales fresh?

Export generally take a long time, during which the goods will have a lot of risks, damages, loss, modification and so on.Not to mention the vegetables.Preservation work must done well.
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Old 07-13-2013, 12:16 PM
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Yes, it really takes time. A lot of preparation needed before that.
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