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Good reasons to export liquid goods to Greece with our help

We have recently used the blog on the Wake Marine website to detail good reasons to have liquid goods exported to countries including Japan and Egypt. We have recently decided to turn our attention to Greece. During its lengthy history, Greece has given much to the world, including democracy, Western literature and historiography, political science and Western drama. Furthermore, with the right liquid goods, plus valuable help from Wake Marine, you could find a surprisingly large degree of success in giving back to Greece.

 

There are plenty of people in Greece!

The country of Greece, officially named the Hellenic Republic, is in Southern Europe and, according to the country's 2011 census, has a population of about 11 million. The area's amazing and lengthy history has left it with no shortage of fascinating historical attractions; it is, for example, home to 18 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including Acropolis, the Archaeological Site of Olympia and the Medieval City of Rhodes. It should hardly be surprising, then, that the country attracts much tourism; indeed, tourism funds 16% of Greece's gross domestic products and the country attracted over 19.5 million tourists in 2009.

 

A country where markets for liquid goods exist

It should now be clear to you that there are many people, both residents and tourists, in Greece. This is one good reason to use liquid cargo ship services from Wake Marine to export liquid goods to Greece. Another such reason is that Greece is classified as a high-income economy and, therefore, many Greek people have a decent amount of disposable income that they could spend on liquid goods that you export to the country. Yet another reason is that the country already imports many different types of liquid goods and so there are demonstrably already markets in Greece for many different types of liquid goods.

What exact types of liquid goods? Well, in 2013, oil totalled $22.8 billion or 37.3% of Greece's imports. Hence, you could find a good market there for oils such as lubeoil. Dairy products are also commonly imported by Greece. You should also particularly consider that, last year, alcoholic beverages were responsible for $100 million of Greece's imports from the UK!