Export for Starters

Who is an exporter?
An exporter is someone who sells goods and/or services in a foreign market in order to make profit.

Exporters can be classified into the following categories:

Export Merchant: An exporter who buys goods or products from manufacturers and producers within the country for export in different parts of the world.

Manufacturing Exporter: A company which apart from manufacturing certain products is also exporting the product. This company might sell the same product for local consumption but also sells the same in other countries too for profit. Examples of such companies are Unilever, 7UP Bottling Company, PZ etc

There’s a place for everyone who desires to do export in this country, you can start small and grow big with time, start as an export merchant and if you want take it a step further you can grow to become a manufacturing exporter.

How To Start Small
It’s possible to be deeply interested in export business and not have the kind of money required to start. For instance to start charcoal export as at the time of writing this report you need nothing less than N620,000. Note that charcoal export is about the easiest and cheapest to start even at that amount. Some people have the money in excess while others don’t, to them that kind of figure is on the high side.

So what can be done?

To help aspiring exporters, Digitz Business Solutions Limited has packaged highly informative export training that can teach you how to profit from the export business terrain at any level. You will be taught how to start small and grow big, also if you don't have financial constraint you will be shown how to start growing your capital, consistently bringing in profit every single month.

You can also become a member of Export Leverage Club, a club where we take the limits off by providing you with the much needed leverage for success in export.

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List of some exportable products from Nigeria

Nigeria's export policy is focused on non-oil export sector which comprises the following
categories:

Manufactures
Alkylate
Aluminium J-bots with nuts
Auto components
Angies, channels, beans
Alcoholic beverages
Baby clothes & other
baby products
Bottles (empty)
Billets
Chemicals
Carbon black
Cocoa butter
Cocoa cake
Cocoa powder
Cocoa liquor
Confectioneries
Cosmetics & soaps
Cylinders
Delvac 1340
Detergents
Doors (wooden)
Drilling equipment
Electrical wires
Floor parquets
Furniture components
Filaments
Glass sheets
Glycerine
Hoof powder
Insecticides
Jars (empty)
Lubricants
Malt drinks
Palm kernel cake
Palm kernel oil
Peugeot cars
Leather & footwears
Tyres & tubes
Textiles & garments
Wire rod coils
Rebars/ Round steel
Flat sheets
Semis-Blooms
Structures (Iron)


Agricultural commodities
Cassava
Cashew nut
Charcoal
Chillies (Dried)
Cocoa beans
Coffee
Cotton Lint
Cotton
Fish
Fruits
Ginger
Groundnut
Gum
ArabicHorns
(Cow)
Kola nuts
Poultry
Rubber
Sesame Seed
Sheanuts
Shrimps
Skins
Snails
Tobacco
Vegetables & Oil
Wheat Pellets
Yam

Services
Movies
Music & other services

Solid Minerals
Aqua Marine
Bauxite
Columbite ore
Calcium Carbonate
Coal
Gold
Galena
Gypsum
Gems
Iron Ore
Kaolin
Lead Ore
Marble stone
Pyrite
Sapphire
Tin
Tin Metal Ingot
Tourmaline
Tantalite
Wolframite
Zinc Alloy Ingot
Zinc Ore
Zircon

Handicrafts
Talking drums
Calabash Carvings
Wood Carvings
Raffia Products
Metal Carvings
Hand-woven textiles
Beads
Pottery
Paintings (colour &
canvass)

Pharmaceuticals
Analgesics
Antibiotics
Disposable Injections
Antipyretics
Anti Malaria
Anti Histamine

Processed foods, vegetables & spices
Ginger
Garlic
Ukazi
Cassava Flour/ Derivatives
Garri
Locust Beans
Yam Flour
Plantain Flour
Ground Rice
Ground Maize
Ground Crayfish
Bitter Leaf
Ground Melon
Dehydrated Vegetables

Horticultural Products
Okro
Mangetout (French beans)
Chilies (Fresh & Dry)
Mangos
Pineapples
Sugar Cane
Cut-Live-Flowers

and lots more........