STC work in a global arena!

To strenghten the access to international markets through a taylor made service to suppliers, according to their specific background, needs and objectives. To take care of the interests of the buyers thanks to a strategic alliance and work with local suppliers, that will allow to build up a personalized and strongest relation with the source/origin.

Our Philosophy:
* To meet client’s project objectives.
* Communicate clearly with all stakeholders.
* Track progress and fine-tune deviation.
* Supervise closely on quality of work done.
* Complete and Commission the trade on time.

We take pride in our morale and ethics, thus our clients can always be assured that only the most experienced and qualified people are serving you, all the time.

“On the one hand, it means doing more with less; squeezing more output out of every capital input, including financial, human and natural capital,” – Doug Morrow, vice president of research at Corporate Knights

Sustainability in a corporate context is essentially recognizing that a corporation’s long-term interests are intellectually and financially consistent with resource efficiency, proactive health and safety practices, and responsible leadership, he says.

Our Vision

To allow a sustainable growth through a close partnership between buyers and sellers, thanks to technical advises the creation of added value and empowerment at the origin, to impact directly on a better business for both sides.

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vision statement is a declaration of an organization’s objectives, intended to guide its internal decision-making.

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Our Commitments

STC looks to strengthen export business from its network of suppliers. STC promotes sustainable business through a ‘win-win’ situation between buyer and supplier. STC contracts are transparent: the supplier will be the final exporter and will pay for a commission that will guarantee that all the extra price will go to the supplier.

STC only works with buyers that will guarantee a sustainable business, consistent relation and care for the supply chain. STC looks for buyers that share the same vision of the business: love of the product, care of the local actors, commitment to being involved in a sustainable relation

SweAsia Trading & Consulting (STC)

  • is the ambassador of its buyers
  • looking for added value as well as a strategic position in the supply chain

Our Access to markets

STC handle a network of international importers and agents that share the same vision of the trading market and the role of a transparent and a sustainable supply chain, STC sells products to the main continents of Asia, Western Europe and Eastern Europe. 

Sustainability is when what is good for a company is also good for the planet, and vice-versa. “It means creating more wealth than we destroy. It means that a company is on balance increasing our overall stock of wealth, grounded in human, produced, financial, natural, and social capital. Sustainable firms are those doing the best job at creating net wealth–economic, social, and ecological–as compared to their peers.”

Toby Heaps, editor-in-chief of Corporate Knights, 2014

Sustainability in a corporate context is essentially recognizing that a corporation’s long-term interests are intellectually and financially consistent with resource efficiency, proactive health and safety practices, and responsible leadership, he says.

You don’t need to have a big company to embrace sustainability.  Smart and committed small businesses are adopting sustainability practices, too. They are incorporating recycled goods in their manufacturing supply chains.  They are requiring their transportation fleets to be more efficient.  They are reducing their energy consumption in day to day operations.

Where does customer loyalty come from?

Think about those brands that you purchase from over and over, even when there are cheaper options out there. Do you usually fly on a particular airline? Do you buy your coffee from the same place every morning?

Do you recommend a specific restaurant whenever out-of-towners ask for suggestions?

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Often, the reason we stay loyal to brands is because of their values. The best brands strive to combine physical, emotional, and logical elements into one exceptional customer (and employee) experience.

When you successfully create a connection with your customers and employees, many of them might stay loyal for life — and you’ll have the chance to increase your overall profitability while building a solid foundation of brand promoters.

Incorporating sustainability into your business is an important step.  But it is equally important to communicate your commitment internally among your team, and externally to business partners, suppliers, customers and other stakeholders.

  • By communicating internally in a clear and consistent fashion, sustainability becomes an ingrained part of your company culture — one that your employees can take pride in, increasing their satisfaction.
  • By communicating externally to business partners, suppliers and service providers you’re setting expectations about how you do business.  This can influence their practices and practices in the broader community, too.
  • And by communicating to customers, you demonstrate that you share your customers’ commitment to our environment.  More and more customers expect this kind of commitment from the companies they buy from.

But achieving that connection is no easy task. The companies that succeed are ones that stay true to their core values over the years and create a company that employees and customers are proud to associate with.

That’s where company vision and mission statements come in. A mission statement is intended to clarify the “what” and “who” of a company, while a vision statement adds the “why” and “how” as well. As a company grows, its objectives and goals may change. Therefore, vision statements should be revised as needed to reflect the changing business culture as goals are met.

The Difference Between a Company’s Mission and Vision

mission statement declares an organization’s purpose, or why it exists. That often includes a general description of the organization, its function, and its objectives.

A mission statement often informs the vision statement, which describes where the company aspires to be in the future. These two statements are often combined to clearly define the organization’s reason for existing and outlook for internal and external audiences like employees, partners, board members, consumers, and shareholders.

So, what does a good mission and vision statement look like?


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