Export business – Export goods with EDS

Rely on EDS to navigate and understand the challenges of the export business. We offer reliable, efficient, and simplified shipping solutions to customers around the globe. 


Rely on EDS to navigate and understand the challenges of the export business. We offer reliable, efficient, and simplified shipping solutions to customers around the globe. 

EDS export services

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Our broad network allows us to tailor all types of logistics solutions for export and import all around the world. When booking, you are assigned your own personal logistics agent that ensures safe delivery on time – with first-class service from collection to final delivery. For your security, we track all shipments via our centralized control tower which is available 24/7, 365 days a year.

Standard Delivery

Deliver your orders in a cost-effective way with personal service.

Express Delivery

Deliver your time-critical or business-critical shipment directly with some of the market’s most time effective transports.

Control Tower Basic

Let EDS ensure continuous quality-assured and cost-effective order processes for your standard shipments.

Control Tower Complete

Let EDS be your logistics department that quality-assured and cost-effectively takes over the entire logistics process of your business.

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Expertise in export documentation

One of the crucial elements of the export business is navigating the complex labyrinth of export documentation. This paperwork often includes bills of lading, export licenses, letters of credit, inspection certificates, and more. Our team of seasoned professionals is here to guide you through the entire process.

At EDS, we understand that every shipment is unique and requires different forms of documentation. Whether it’s export declaration forms or special certifications for restricted goods, we’ve got you covered. Our comprehensive knowledge of export documentation requirements across different countries enables us to provide our customers with accurate, timely, and compliant documentation. This not only ensures your cargo clears customs smoothly but also helps you avoid costly penalties and delays.

Export with EDS

We understand the intricacies and challenges of the export business, and that’s why we  can offer a reliable, efficient, and simplified shipping solution to customers around the globe.

At EDS, we specialize in making your export process as smooth and hassle-free as possible. We are well-versed in handling all types of goods, whether perishable, fragile, or oversized, and ensuring they reach their destinations safely and on time. Leveraging our robust network and long-standing partnerships with carriers and local agents, we have cultivated a reputation for excellence in delivering end-to-end export solutions.

Customized solutions

We understand that one size does not fit all in the export business. We provide tailored export solutions that fit your specific requirements, whether you are a small business owner or a multinational corporation.

Reliable services

With our robust network and connections, you can rest assured that your goods will reach their destination safely and punctually. We prioritize transparency, providing real-time tracking so you can monitor your shipment every step of the way.

Regulatory compliance

Our in-depth knowledge of international regulations and export documentation requirements ensure your shipments always meet global standards, mitigating the risk of costly errors and delays.

Customer-centric approach

Our dedicated team is available round the clock to assist you with any queries or concerns. We believe in fostering long-term relationships with our clients, offering dedicated support and guidance throughout the export process.

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What kind of documentation is required for exporting goods?

The required documentation for exporting goods can vary based on the nature of the goods and the specific regulations of the exporting and importing countries. However, some of the most common documents include:


  • Commercial invoice: This document details the goods being sold, the buyer and seller, and the terms of sale.
  • Packing list: This is an itemized list of the contents of the shipment, including details such as weight, dimensions, and packaging type.
  • Bill of lading (B/L): This serves as a contract between the owner of the goods and the carrier. There are two types, a straight bill of lading which is nonnegotiable and a negotiable or shipper’s order bill of lading.
  • Export license: Some goods require an export license from the country of origin, especially for sensitive goods such as military equipment or technology.
  • Certificate of origin (CO): This document certifies the country in which the goods were produced.
  • Export declaration: This is a form provided to the government of the exporting country detailing what is being exported, to where, and its total value.


Our team at EDS will help you understand which documents are necessary for your specific shipment and assist in their preparation and submission.

What are Incoterms and how do they affect my export process?

Incoterms, short for International Commercial Terms, are a set of rules published by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) which define the responsibilities of sellers and buyers in the transfer of goods in international trade. These terms clearly establish who is responsible for the cost and risk at each stage of the goods’ journey from the seller to the buyer.


The selection of appropriate Incoterms in your trade agreement can significantly affect the cost, risk, and logistics of your export process. For instance, under the term “EXW” (Ex Works), the seller has the least obligation – they only need to make the goods available at their premises. On the other hand, under “DDP” (Delivered Duty Paid), the seller assumes all responsibilities and costs, including delivering the goods and clearing for import at the destination.


Understanding and appropriately using Incoterms can ensure a smoother export process, avoid disputes and misunderstandings. At EDS, we can help you understand and navigate the selection of appropriate Incoterms for your export transactions.

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Six reasons to choose EDS


We have 99.5% delivery reliability.

Fast service

We answer by phone and email within 2 minutes.

Personal support

We offer personal support 24/7, 365 days a year.



We are certified according to ISO 14001 and ISO 9001

Carbon footprints

We work with strategically selected partners to reduce our global carbon footprint.

Environment conscious

We have the opportunity to provide environmental reports on our transports.