What is E-Export?

With the globalization of the world economy and the fact that the market conditions have become competitive, the importance of export increases day by day. Along with their own progress, exporting companies contribute to economic development with the inflow of foreign currency to the national economy.

When analyzed the previous year's export data, it is seen that the top three sectors in exporting are industry, agriculture, and mining. The top three most exporting cities in Turkey are Istanbul, Izmir, and Gaziantep. When we examine the data in detail, we see mostly the same companies, cities, and sectors in each year’s lists of export. The regulations of exports and each country’s own dynamics are making this process a bit more arduous. In a world where ‘everything’ is digitalized and all process management is being realized online, that’s why e-export becomes a phenomenon increased in value.

Then what exactly is E-export?

E-exporting is a phenomenon of having the basics of export on online platforms and the practice of selling products overseas through these virtual channels.

In a digitalized world where shopping habits change day by day, e-export has gained more importance.

There are many other different factors except online platforms in bringing the goods manufactured in Turkey with the buyers abroad together. The key facts of e-export are:

  • Seller,
  • Buyer,
  • Intermediary Firms / Marketplaces,
  • Logistics Companies,
  • Inspection Companies,
  • Payment System / Bank


The companies who participate in this E-export ecosystem that is formed by the elements above will take big a step towards international trade as they contribute to the national economy along with their own assets.

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