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Who are we?

Floribbean Traders and our network of Associates are international product sourcing consultants and import export brokers. At Floribbean, we unite business people with the products they need to conduct profitable business transactions. Whether our search takes us across the street or around the world, Floribbean finds manufacturers for buyers and buyers for sellers. Although Floribbean now operates globally, our modest origin was in mail order in 1986. The foundation of our business is and has been find a good product for a fair price and your customers will reward you with trust and repeat business.

Who are our Customers?

Our customers range from individuals with start up businesses ideas, mid-size to large quantity buyers and sellers who rely on us to search the world over for the right product at the best price. We purchase merchandise for store chains, wholesalers, distributors, and manufacturers.

What do we do?

Whether you're looking for a product or a service, tangible or intangible goods, raw materials or components for commerce, industry and technology, Floribbean can consummate the deal. Our vast resources enable us to solve the most perplexing purchasing and product development problems.
Our fees vary depending upon the service requested by our customers. Also, fees and commissions are incurred only when a product is purchased, a service is performed or as agreed through consultation.

You may want a container full of toys or electronics from Asia, closeouts and liquidations from the USA, lumber from Eastern Europe, 100,000 umbrellas for a special company promotion from Taiwan, Sugar from Brazil, Tea from Kenya, Books from Tibet, an exotic product from the Caribbean, a highly specialized piece of machinery from China or high-tech professionals from Bangalore India. Whatever you need, Floribbean will locate it and arrange for its expeditious shipment.

The typical Sourcing Process
1.) Our client needs a product 2.) Floribbean helps the client Determine his or her specific needs by clearly defining: a.) Product specifications b.) Quantity c.) Date of delivery d.) Target price e.) Packaging f.) Weight and volume g.) Mode of transportation h.) Payment terms and options are discussed and agreed upon (Letters of Credit ("L/C"), advance payment, fee-based or final sale commissions)


Last modified: Nov 10, 2005 at 19:29:02 PST