Many UK radio suppliers will facilitate exports as part of their two way radio services. The two way radio export process works simply by purchasing two way radios from a different counrty and importing them to your country. The full process is detailed below.
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- 1 Reasons for Two Way Radio Exports
- 2 UK Two Way Radio Export Suppliers
- 3 Popular Manufacturer Two Way Radio Exports
- 4 How to Get a Two Way Radio Exports Quote
- 5 VAT on Your Two Way Radio Exports
- 6 Paying for your Two Way Radio Exports
- 7 Shipping Of Your Two Way Radio Exports
- 8 Common Countries that Two Way Radios are Exported to
- 9 Our Thoughts
Reasons for Two Way Radio Exports
If you are living and working in a country outside of the United Kingdom you may want to buy two way radios from the UK to your country's residence. There may be many reasons why you wish to have a UK company export two-way radios to your country.
- Product availability. Some products may not be available in your country. This could be as simple as does not permit the resale of a product in your country
- Lower pricing. The currency exchange rate can mean that it is cheaper to buy from the UK than it is from your country's residence.
- Familiarity. Maybe an ex-pat or someone who simply working abroad that has experience with specific UK products
- Product Expertise. Some problems can be released at different times in different countries and you may simply wish to use a company that has experience with a specific product.
UK Two Way Radio Export Suppliers
No matter what your reason for wanting to use a UK company for your two-way radio products, you can be sure that there are many companies with export experience.
The most trusted UK two way radio export suppliers will likely be approved dealers for the leading manufacturers.
Popular Manufacturer Two Way Radio Exports
- Motorola Solutions
How to Get a Two Way Radio Exports Quote
Once our directory has all the UK two way radio suppliers, you will be able to search our directory to find suitable two-way radio export suppliers. Alternatively, you can check through the manufacturer's website. From here look for the ‘find a dealer’ section and make your choice from here. Check out our two-way radio buyers guide for more help finding a suitable supplier.
Once you have chosen your two way radio supplier, simply make contact with them to receive a quote for the designated products
VAT on Your Two Way Radio Exports
If your country is not part of the United Kingdom you will not pay VAT on the goods exported. If you received a quotation with VAT included then you can ask them to remove it.
Paying for your Two Way Radio Exports
Most two way radio suppliers will require the payment to be made in full via a bank transfer in GBP currency. Some suppliers may accept payment in EUR or USD you will need to check with them first.
Shipping Of Your Two Way Radio Exports
Delivered-at-place (DAP) is an international trade term used to describe a deal in which a seller agrees to pay all costs and suffer any potential losses of moving goods sold to a specific location.
Ex-works (EXW) is an international trade term that describes when a seller makes a product available at a designated location, and the buyer of the product must cover the transport costs.
Free On Board (FOB) Seller delivers goods, cleared for export, loaded on board the vessel at the named port. Once the goods have been loaded on board, risk transfers to the buyer, who bears all costs thereafter.
Common Countries that Two Way Radios are Exported to
- Saudi Arabia
- South Africa
- United States of America
Two Way Radio exports are not limited to these countries. If your country of residence is not listed above and if it does not have any export restrictions, then you should be ok to import two-way radios there.
If you are looking to export two way radios then provide you need to establish where they are buying from and calculate or remove the VAT accordingly. If you are buying two way radios from the UK, make sure you are not charged VAT on the transaction.
For both customers and suppliers, making sure that the payment is agreed upon and that you are both happy with when the money is transferred or received by first establishing some form of trust.