Global Trading
10 years of experience

Initially focused on support for SMEs to help in the area of ​​mergers and acquisitions, since 2013 has been active in promoting products produced in Portugal.

Time, perseverance and continuity of contacts are essential to reach new markets. Not limited to any region. We travel whenever possible. We get potential buyers whenever we can convince them that is worth knowing us.

Our communication is really based on our IT platform that features some of our products. Catalogs can be downloaded directly by any visitor anywhere in the world.



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Mission
Providing trade services worldwide

To assure each customer personalized service in order to achieve their goals, and focuses on the performance of each transaction, with great diligence, integrity and utmost confidentiality.

We have partners / international actors who disclose the products under the guarantee of European procedures and standards.

We favor what is produced in Portugal because it gives us the assurance we can talk directly with the factories. When necessary, resort to external suppliers through partners in other countries. We are contacted by our perseverance in promoting products, but also because our country is recognized as a producer of quality.



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Portugal Trade History
A secular experience

Portugal's eastern trade

The profitable trade in eastern spices is cornered by the Portuguese in the 16th century to the detriment of Venice, which has previously had a virtual monopoly of these valuable commodities - until now brought overland through India and Arabia, and then across the Mediterranean by the Venetians for distribution in western Europe.

By establishing the sea route round the Cape, Portugal can undercut the Venetian trade with its profusion of middlemen. The new route is firmly secured for Portugal by the activities of Afonso de Albuquerque, who takes up his duties as the Portuguese viceroy of India in 1508.

The early explorers up the east Africa coast have left Portugal with bases in Mozambique and Zanzibar. Albuquerque extends this secure route eastwards by capturing and fortifying Hormuz at the mouth of the Persian Gulf in 1514, Goa on the west coast of India in 1510 (where he massacres the entire Muslim population for the effrontery of resisting him) and Malacca, guarding the narrowest channel of the route east, in 1511.

The island of Bombay is ceded to the Portuguese in 1534. An early Portuguese presence in Sri Lanka is steadily increased during the century. And in 1557 Portuguese merchants establish a colony on the island of Macao. Goa functions from the start as the capital of Portuguese India.


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