Shipping Flowers under AGOA from Kenya to USA

shipping flowers under agoa

Shipping Flowers under AGOA

AGOA has created U.S. market opportunities for Kenyan floriculture exporters; Shipping Flowers under AGOA. Thanks to The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) has three trade hubs — in Nairobi, Kenya. Under AGOA, Kenya’s flourishing flower industry enjoys duty-free access to U.S. markets, leaving distance and transportation costs as the primary limiting factors. Wholesale Flowers To USA have for a long time reached the United States of America from Kenya through other hubs connection freights and loosing great market share because of  the risk of delays. Now with direct freights, we deliver faster.

What is AGOA?

The African Growth and Opportunity Act, or AGOA Trade and Development Act of 2000 is a legislation that has been approved by the U.S. Congress in May 2000. The purpose of this legislation is to assist the economies of sub-Saharan Africa and to improve economic relations between the United States and the region.

How does AGOA benefit African countries?

AGOA passed as part of The Trade and Development Act of 2000 provides beneficiary countries in Sub-Saharan Africa with the most liberal access to the U.S. market available to any country or region with which we do not have a Free Trade Agreement. It reinforces African reform efforts, provides improved access to U.S. credit and technical expertise, and establishes a high-level dialogue on trade and investment in the form of a U.S.-Sub-Saharan Africa Trade and Economic Forum.

How does it benefit U.S. firms?

By creating tangible incentives for African countries to implement economic and commercial reform policies, AGOA contributes to better market opportunities and stronger commercial partners in Africa for U.S. companies. The Act should help forge stronger commercial ties between Africa and the United States, while it helps to integrate Africa into the global economy. U.S. firms may find new opportunities in privatizations of African state-owned enterprises, or in partnership with African companies in infrastructure projects

How are the flowers Delivered?

Timeline for flowers exported to the United States from Kenya, is that they are cut on day one, air-shipped out of Kenya on day two, arrive in Miami on day three and are in the market for sale to consumers on day four. Buy fresh flowers and floral supplies at the best prices. We offer gorgeous flowers that include roses, peonies, lilies, hydrangea, gypsophila, sunflowers, oriental lilies, carnations, chrysanthemums, tulips, gerbera daisies, foliage greens and more. The Very Best African Grown Bulk Wholesale Flowers to USA supermarkets, wholesale florists and retail flower shops.

Shipping Flowers under AGOA from Kenya to USA

To be duty free eligible under AGOA, US customs require a certificate of origin and an AGOA stamp on a commercial invoice, on top of the usual import documentation. You cannot apply for AGOA certification in the US. It has to be done by the exporter in the country of origin. Eagle-Link Flowers facilitates this…

Check out our great selection of Wholesale Fresh Cut Flowers and Floral Supplies. We have a big variety for American consumers of our Wholesale Flowers To USA. We Ship to all international airports in the United States but Miami remains main entry point. Now with direct freights, we deliver faster. Our clients range from supermarkets to event planners to high end florists all across USA, and we want to add you to our growing list of satisfied regulars. Contact us today

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