We build things in abundance here in South Carolina. Good things. That's why we have such a robust commitment to export services. Companies of all sizes work with SC Commerce to develop and grow export markets throughout the world. Our presence in four foreign countries allows us to build close relationships with the US Commercial Service. If your company exports to global markets or has plans to do so, you will find we are just right to help you with international trade.
South Carolina Exporting Facts
Ross Johnson, president and CEO of Tactical Medical Solutions Inc.
"Access to international markets is a key component in our business strategy of being a worldwide leader in combat and pre-hospital medicine. We are able to accomplish this and export from South Carolina because of the business environment, these export initiviates and the leadership present in the state."
- Completed passenger vehicles
- Ball and roller bearings and parts
- Electrical machinery
- Medical instruments
- Paper and paperboard
- Organic chemicals
- South Korea
More than 95% of the world's consumers live outside the US. In today's global economy, many of the business opportunities that exist are in international markets.
What We Offer
Our international trade expertise can help companies of all sizes identify potential markets and customers through a number of export services that have proven successful.
South Carolina International Trade Coalition
In addition to SC Commerce, the South Carolina International Trade Coalition includes federal, state and private organizations that are all involved in promoting international trade.
- US Export Assistance Centers of South Carolina, US Commercial Service
- SC State Ports Authority
- SC Department of Agriculture
- SC Forestry Commission
- SC District Export Council
- SC Small Business Development Center
- World Trade Center, Charleston
- ECI-Find New Markets
- Charleston Women in International Trade
- College of Charleston School of Business
- The Maritime Association of South Carolina
- SC International Trade Conference
- SC Manufacturing Extension Partnership
- US Small Business Administration
- University of South Carolina
- Upstate SC Alliance