Exporting Services

Start. Grow. Export.

With the world’s market at your fingertips, Kansas is the place to begin or expand your exporting opportunities, and the Kansas Department of Commerce is here to help with your entry into foreign sales markets.

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~ 95%

of the world's consumers live outside of the United States

20%

of all jobs in America's manufacturing sector depend on exports

> 2 of 3

of exporters have fewer than 20 employees

$2.2 bil

Kansas exported $2.2 billion in goods to Mexico in 2019

The Kansas Department of Commerce Mexico Office

The Mexico Office offers many valuable services to Kansas companies who manufacture or perform significant value-added tasks in the state. Such services include business partner search, market study, customized company visits and individual trade counseling.

Kansas Produces $2.25 Billion in Exports of Aircraft, Spacecraft and Parts

When your business succeeds, Kansas does too! Strong companies bring out the best Kansas has to offer; contemporary ideas, brilliant leaders and a talented workforce. The International Division is your trusted advisor to help your business grow.

Export Resources

Certificate of Free Sale

The Kansas Department of Commerce issues this certificate upon request for all non-consumable goods.

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International Credit Report

The Kansas Department of Commerce is partnered with Kreller Group to provide Kansas exporters with quality credit reporting at reduced rates.

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Kansas International Trade Show Assistance Program

The Kansas Department of Commerce’s Kansas International Trade Show Assistance Program can help a Kansas business make international connections and increase their exports.

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Kansas Market Access Program

KMAP provides funding for Kansas businesses to start or expand their exporting sales through engaging in various marketing activities including overseas sales trips.

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State Trade Expansion Program

STEP helps small businesses located in Kansas begin to export and existing exporters expand.

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