04 Mar Export Automobile Parts Business Plan
D.A.P. Exports is a business which exports automobile parts to Jamaica and other countries, including Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, Columbia, and Ecuador. Many of the company's shipments combine American-made products with foreign parts with some re-packaging and labeling.
Latin America and The Caribbean are home to a $100 million auto parts industry. In these countries, the majority of automobiles are manufactured in the 1980s. However, it is difficult to find replacement parts as most auto manufacturers only focus on vehicles made within the last ten year.
D.A.P. Exports has established extensive contacts in the region. James Dunn, founder of D.A.P Exports is a twenty-year veteran in the sale of consumer products in Latin America. James has worked in sales for Dudley Food Products (Klymor Manufacturing), Axiom Food Products (Food Products), and Klymor Manufacturing.
James traveled extensively throughout Latin America and Caribbean during those years. It was on one such trip that James discovered the importance of auto parts and auto-lubricants. James also found the best distribution system in the region for auto products through the local taxi businesses.
D.A.P. D.A.P. The taxi companies will either use the parts to repair their own vehicles or they will sell the parts to consumers. D.A.P Exports will also sell auto parts to auto part stores in the region.
- In the first year of operation, you will see a significant increase in sales.
- Achieve a client base of 100 taxi businesses in the region
- In the second-year of operation, sales increased modestly.
The mission of D.A.P. Exports' mission is to be the preferred auto parts supplier for the region's taxi companies.