International Trading Business unit covers procurement, import, export, Clear Customs, Shipping and international trade in several products as Food & Beverage & Industrial Goods and … at around the world.


Dry Fruit

Dried fruit is a fruit that it almost had all of its water removed through drying methods. The fruit shrinks during this process, leaving a small, energy-dense dried fruit. We trade many kinds of dried fruit from many countries as below:
  • Thailand (Longan, Mango, Papaya, Pineapple, Ginger, Guava, Coconut, Lychee, Banana)
  • Iran (Raisins, Figs, Prune, Mulberries, Pomegranate, Tomato, Kiwi, Orange)
  • Malaysia (Cranberries, Apricot, Cherries, Blueberry, Seedless Plum)


A nut is a fruit consisting of a hard or tough nutshell protecting a kernel which is usually edible. We sales many kinds of nuts as below:
  • Iran (Walnut, Almont, Pistachio, Peanuts, Sunflower Seed, Hazelnut, Cashew)
  • Thailand (Soya Bean, Pecan, Macadamia, Organic Pumpkin Seeds)


Rice is the seed of the grass species Oryza sativa (Asian rice) or less commonly Oryza glaberrima (African rice). It’s easily one of the most consumed food worldwide, so no wonder there are so many different types as below. Arborio rice, Basmati rice, Black rice, Jasmine rice, Brown rice, red cargo rice, Parboiled rice, long grain white rice.


Sugar is the generic name for sweet-tasting, soluble carbohydrates, many of which are used in food. “Regular” or White Granulated Sugar. This is what you typically find in your sugar bowl. Powdered sugar is simply granulated sugar ground to a smooth powder and then sifted. Different types of sugar are Fruit Sugar, Baker’s Special Sugar, Superfine Sugar, Coarse Sugar, Sanding Sugar.

Frozen Corn

Maize, also known as corn, is a cereal grain. The leafy stalk of the plant produces pollen inflorescences and separate ovuliferous inflorescences called ears that when fertilized yield kernels or seeds, which are fruits. Frozen corn is a perfect substitute of fresh corn cobs.

Canned Tuna Fish

Canned or tinned fish are consumable fish which have been processed, sealed in an airtight container such as a sealed tin can, and subjected to heat. Canning is a method of preserving food, and provides a typical shelf life ranging from one to five years. Fish have low acidity, levels at which microbes can flourish.

Natural Rubber

Rubber, also called India rubber, latex, Amazonian rubber, caucho, or caoutchouc, as initially produced, consists of polymers of the organic compound isoprene, with minor impurities of other organic compounds. Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia are three of the leading rubber producers.


Pickles are created by immersing fresh fruits or vegetables in an acidic liquid or saltwater brine until they are no longer considered raw or vulnerable to spoilage. When we think of pickles, cucumbers commonly come to mind. Pickled cucumbers are often lacto-fermented in saltwater brine.


Jam is made by cooking fruit with sugar. This product is usually stored in closed container and stays usable for a long time. Natural or artificial pectin and honey can also be used as additives. Through the production of jams or even marmalades, various fruits can be sorted and used in a modified form throughout the year. jams, jellies and marmalades have been exported to 28 countries including that have many kinds as Quince Jam, Carrot Jam, Strawberry Jam, Pineapple Jam, Fig Jam and …

Tomato Paste

Tomato paste is a thick paste made by cooking tomatoes for several hours to reduce the water content, straining out the seeds and skins, and cooking the liquid again to reduce the base to a thick, rich concentrate.


Dates are the sweet, chewy, and very healthy fruit which is majorly a staple food of middle east countries. Dates are highly beneficial as it has many vitamins and minerals which aids in good health. Moreover, many types of dates exist globally including Medjool Dates, Omani Dates, Piarom Dates, Mazafati Dates, Barhi Dates, Thoory Dates, Ameri Dates, Dayri Dates, Khudri Dates, Zahidi Dates, Safawi Dates, Amber Dates, Kalmi Dates and etc. but people are not aware of all those types.


Saffron is a spice derived from the flower of Crocus sativus, commonly known as the “saffron crocus”. The vivid crimson stigma and styles, called threads, are collected and dried for use mainly as a seasoning and coloring agent in food. Saffron has long been the world’s costliest spice by weight. Saffron including Sargol Saffron, Negin Saffron, Super Negin Saffron, Pushal Saffron.


International Operations
  • Corporate structuring to maximize operational and tax efficiencies
  • Formation of international affiliates and compliance counseling
  • Offshore company formation and counseling
  • Foreign company mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures
  • Offshore manufacturing
  • Social responsibility audits/compliance counseling
  • Registration, protection and licensing of IP and trade secrets (including patents and trademarks, structuring transactions and licensing technology)
  • Qualification for export tax incentives
International Infrastructure & Government Contracting
  • Legal Support for Foreign Project Development
  • Consortium Agreements (among project partners – Design, Financing, and EPC)
  • Foreign Concession Agreements (with foreign governments and agencies)
  • Heavy Infrastructure, Energy, Petrochemical, Transportation
  • Compliance with Foreign Laws acquisition regulations (FAR & DFAR)
  • Subcontracts and IP protection (unlimited, limited & restructured rights, commercial license rights)
  • Identification and Protection of IP produced under government funding programs
  • Advice and compliance under the Foreign Agents Registration Act
Sales & Distribution
  • Arranging investigative due diligence investigations of foreign sales reps and distributors
  • FCPA & Export Controls compliance reviews
  • Drafting international sales rep and distribution agreements compliant with local laws and regulations (e.g., EU, South America, Middle East, Asia)
Imports, Customs & Export Controls
  • S. import and export law, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, trade embargoes, antidumping, and anti-boycott regulations
  • Analysis of foreign investment in the U.S. for compliance with the regulations of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S. (CFIUS)
  • Release of goods from U.S. Customs detention and seizure
  • Defending customs audits, focus assessments and quick audits
  • Classification of goods under the Harmonized Tariff Schedule, obtaining binding CBP rulings on classification, country of origin, and product marking
  • Prior disclosures, liaison with U.S. Customs enforcement and export commodity classification
  • Management of inventory in U.S. Customs bonded warehouses and FTZs
  • Commercial export licensing under Export Administration Regulations
  • Military export licensing under the ITAR
  • Full range of export controls compliance advice, including export controls audits, establishing export controls compliance programs, and employee training
International Dispute Resolution
  • In coordination with other litigation and dispute resolution practitioners in every office, the firm can help clients resolve nearly any dispute over a wide spectrum of international transactions and dispute resolution forums.
Business Immigration
  • Immigration planning for foreign work force, multinational executives and investors
  • EB-5 visas
  • Business immigration, with focus on specialty occupations (H-1B visas), institutions of higher learning, hospitals and clinics


The history of business and Trading

Commerce Siam trading company gathered this.
Believe it or not, Trade is believed to have taken place throughout much of recorded human history. There is evidence of the exchange of obsidian and flint during the Stone Age. Trade in obsidian is believed to have taken place in New Guinea from 17,000 BCE, where locals would exchange obsidian (a volcanic glass prized for its use in hunting tools) for other needed goods – like tools, skins, and food.
Trade in the Mediterranean during the Neolithic of Europe was greatest in this material. Networks were in existence at around 12,000 BCE Anatolia was the source primarily for trade with the Levant, Iran, and Egypt according to Zarin’s study of 1990. Melos and Lipari sources produced among the most widespread trading in the Mediterranean region as known to archaeology.
The Sari-i-Sang mine in the mountains of Afghanistan was the largest source for trade of lapis lazuli. The material was most largely traded during the Kassite period of Babylonia beginning in 1595 BCE.

The Origins and Development of Trading Companies in the East

Commerce Siam trading company gathered this.
In the 16th century, Europeans had a special interest in Asia, and specifically ‘the Indies’. The main reason for this interest was the magical powders and herbs or spices that were good sources of wealth. These were the exotic luxury goods that came from the mysterious lands of the East. The Europeans had rightly discovered that trading these precious spices was the gateway to great wealth and power.
In the late 15th century, the Portuguese were the first to reach the ‘Spice Islands’ of the Indies by circumnavigating the Cape of Good Hope. In the first decade of the 16th century, they established their colony in the western part of India called Goa.
They continued to move further in the East to explore and colonize more lands. They solidified their monopoly in the East by advancements into the lands which are today’s Indonesia. Some of these places were the only producers of spices like cloves, nutmeg, and mace in the whole world. This made the Portuguese even more powerful and they expanded their trading activities with China and Japan. This helped Portugal build an empire outside Europe, in the far lands of Asia and Africa. But this power and success could not remain in their hands forever as other nations entered the scene, claiming their shares of the pie.

Business from the biggin till the business we know
Commerce Siam trading company gathered this.
The oldest business in the world is a company in Japan called Kongō Gumi, which has been in operation since 578. It is the oldest company on the list by far, predating the second-oldest by more than 200 years. Kongō Gumi is a family-owned construction company that got its start building Buddhist temples and other famous buildings many centuries ago. The company fell on hard times in 2006 and has been a subsidiary of a Japanese construction and engineering conglomerate since then.
A majority of the oldest businesses in the world can be found in Europe, with the exception of Japan and China’s oldest, which are in the top 10 oldest companies in the world.
Business as we know it can be traced back 3,000 years to India and China, where companies – with structures resembling sole proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations. At this time, they began entering into contracts and owning property, essentially setting up the basic frameworks of business that we use today.
From 1500 AD, we see the first few government-backed companies, like the Dutch East India Company and British East India Company, taking on global business challenges and exchanging goods far away from home.
After the Industrial Revolution in 1790, business changed every 50 years or so, shaped by new inventions, trade, and changing consumer habits.
Commerce Siam trading company gathered this.

Trading in the Middle East

Commerce Siam trading company gathered this.

First of all, let’s see what are the Middle East countries.

Now let’s see why is this Middle east so important. Though the Middle East accounts for just 4 percent of global GDP, the region carries outsize importance in the world economy given its abundance of two natural resources: oil and natural gas. These resources power cars, supply electricity to cities, and fuel freighters that ship goods around the world. The region is best known for its abundance of natural resources: oil, natural gas, and export, which significantly impacts the entire region through the wealth it generates and through labor utilization. These resources power cars, supply electricity to cities, and fuel freighters that ship goods around the world. In recent years, many of the countries in the region have undertaken efforts to diversify their economies. Due to the weakness that The Middle East has shown at the point of production, the countries that have developed industrialization have moved their trade to this region, and even some countries have established production facilities in this region. This is a region where the industrialists have not had any trouble finding a market. In the market, there are products from many countries. When comparing the export and import percentage of the region, there is a big gap between them and it directs the exporters to this region. Therefore, this market is inevitable for China. But the fact that Chinese goods have found a place in the market has created a market indexed to the prices by eliminating the concept of quality products. Under this difficult situation, the ultimate step in standing in the market is to become a brand. It is easier to cling on the market for branded companies. Therefore, the strategies that you have created for the regional market are quite important. You will both make the quality of the goods and you will reduce the costs below the market prices. These steps will put you on the market and you will begin to be permanent in the market with the right strategies that you have made. Because of the quality service, advertising works, and intense tempo, you will begin to become permanent in the regional market and you will become a well-known brand. Although you have to pay attention to; the area; is a region which should not be neglected, you could lose your current market at any moment. Wrong strategies, poor quality, and service with poor quality may take you away from this market till the end of the time. So, the key to success in this region is to work hard, to dominate the market, to produce and sell quality products cheaply, and to be in the market constantly. Therefore, the key to success in this region is to work hard, to possess the market, to produce product quality and sell them cheap, and to be in the market continuously.

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