Packaging your product for your international customers can vary widely from packaging for the U.S. market. These suggestions may help.

Success in global markets requires meticulous attention to detail. When it comes to exporting products from the United States, one of the most important considerations is proper labeling and packaging. Exporters must ensure that their products comply with local market regulations, as well as any specific labeling requirements for their particular industry.

The rules for marking and labeling are dependent on where your product is being sold. “The first thing you need to consider with marking/labeling rules is what is your country of origin, also known as non-preferential rules of origin," says Angela Chamberlain, vice president, global trade content at Integration Point. “These rules are used to determine the nationality of a good when entering the country."

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