SOURCE: Zepol Corporation
MINNEAPOLIS, MN--(Marketwired - Oct 14, 2013) - Zepol still provides free access to the most current U.S. Customs import and export data, even during the government shutdown. Professionals who usually gather this information from government websites have turned to Zepol's platform. Users can view U.S. import and export bills of lading, as well as U.S. Census, and ITA (International Trade Association) information.
"Professionals in the trade industry rely on this data for their businesses to run smoothly, so it's not a surprise that people are finding an alternative," states Zepol's CEO Paul Rasmussen. "We are happy to see new users on our site during the shutdown and show them the benefits of our tools."
Zepol's TradeIQ Import allows users to search over 4.5 million global suppliers, monitor competitors with automatic reports, and generate sales leads based off specific search queries (i.e. zip code, products, container type). Zepol's platform offers 10 years of U.S. import history, the ability to download reports into Excel or PDF files, and an intuitive interface. Users can search by product description, company names, ports, carriers and more.
Anyone can have a free trial of Zepol's tools at this link: www.zepol.com/SPECIAL/Contact.aspx?formid=56, or visit www.zepol.com and click the orange 'Free Trial' button in the top right corner.
About Zepol Corporation:
Zepol Corporation is a Minnesota-based company that works to provide the most complete and up-to-date U.S. trade information with four unique online subscription tools: TradeIQ Import, TradeIQ Export, TradeView, and ComplianceIQ. Zepol strives to be the leading provider of online international-trade tools to companies and governments involved in importing into and exporting from North America; providing competitive intelligence, market research, lead generation, sourcing, and trade compliance to positively impact their profitability.