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  • serveykaren
    Hi ý am new in this group. I want to make an import to turkey. How can ý ? how can ý find a import company? do you know? Thank you for help.
    Message 1 of 12 , Feb 24, 2013
      Hi ý am new in this group. I want to make an import to turkey. How can ý ? how can ý find a import company? do you know? Thank you for help.
    • Anubias Design
      Welcome to the group. You ll want to check with the Turkish government to find out what the requirements are for importing. There will probably be fees to
      Message 2 of 12 , Feb 24, 2013
        Welcome to the group. You'll want to check with the Turkish government to find out what the requirements are for importing. There will probably be fees to pay and possibly a license to purchase. After you know what you're dealing with on that end it will be time to find suppliers. How much are you looking to purchase at a time?
        Mark

        --- In anubiasdesign@yahoogroups.com, "serveykaren" <serveykaren@...> wrote:
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        > Hi ý am new in this group. I want to make an import to turkey. How can ý ? how can ý find a import company? do you know? Thank you for help.
        >
      • serdar eren
        I know turkish goverment requirements. My brother have a componay and he will help us. We will make it with my turkish mates. and I think we will buy nearly
        Message 3 of 12 , Feb 24, 2013
          I know turkish goverment requirements. My brother have a componay and he will help us. We will make it with my turkish mates. and I think we will buy nearly 20-30 pair fish. we are nearly 10-15 people. And the price will help us for figure how many pair we will buy? if the price is cheap, we will buy more than we think. :)
        • Anubias Design
          What kind of fish are you looking for? The problem may be finding someone who can legally sell them to you and is willing to send such a small quantity.
          Message 4 of 12 , Feb 24, 2013
            What kind of fish are you looking for? The problem may be finding someone who can legally sell them to you and is willing to send such a small quantity. Exporting from the US costs several hundred dollars in US Fish & Wildlife Service fees in addition to all the other costs of packing and shipping. Most exporters have minimum orders of a certain number of boxes (I've seen everything from 7 to 50 box requirements) or a minimum order size (usually $1000 or more). If you're looking for hobby specialist fish like killifish for example, your best bet may be to find a group in another nearby country and arrange to have them send a box of fish to your group.
            Mark

            --- In anubiasdesign@yahoogroups.com, serdar eren <serveykaren@...> wrote:
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            > I know turkish goverment requirements. My brother have a componay and he will help us. We will make it with my turkish mates. and I think we will buy nearly 20-30 pair fish. we are nearly 10-15 people. And the price will help us for figure how many pair we will buy? if the price is cheap, we will buy more than we think. :)
            >
          • serdar eren
            Hmm we are looking apisto species and we are looking south american cichlids.  Hmm we are looking apisto species and we are looking south american cichlids.
            Message 5 of 12 , Feb 24, 2013
              Hmm we are looking apisto species and we are looking south american cichlids. 
            • Anubias Design
              I d probably start by contacting the German cichlid group. Their website is http://www.dcg-online.de/. One of the exporters in the Czech Republic would also
              Message 6 of 12 , Feb 24, 2013
                I'd probably start by contacting the German cichlid group. Their website is http://www.dcg-online.de/. One of the exporters in the Czech Republic would also be an option but they're going to require a much larger order.
                Mark

                --- In anubiasdesign@yahoogroups.com, serdar eren <serveykaren@...> wrote:
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                > Hmm we are looking apisto species and we are looking south american cichlids. 
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