Tochka Bank has launched a supplier search service in Turkey for entrepreneurs, the company said in a statement. The service allows you to find partners, conclude a deal with them and arrange the delivery of goods to Russia.
The company believes that this will make it possible to find a replacement for European products, manufacturers of its own brand and expand the product line at the expense of Turkish manufacturers. Tochka notes that the Turkish market is gaining popularity among Russian companies due to low-cost production and fast logistics.
The service is free, the minimum transaction amount will depend on the category of goods.
Entrepreneurs will receive from Tochka catalogs of Turkish companies with which the bank works, then the credit organization itself will organize the turnkey purchase. If the desired product is not in the catalog, Tochka undertakes to find suppliers for a specific request.
You can pay for the goods both in rubles and in lira. The service may also include the calculation of customs duties and the preparation of a declaration.
In early January, Tochka received a universal banking license from the Central Bank of the Russian Federation. The company said that the main direction of the bank’s work will be the provision of remote services and services to small and medium-sized businesses.
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