A trading company is a large business organization specializing in a certain range of products whose purpose is to buy products from suppliers/manufactures in large volumes either sell them in their countries or any other emerging market through established distribution channels.
Most trading companies are international business entities engaging in a myriad of activities aimed at promoting the companies in agreement with. They deal with both small and large organization.
They establish their own distribution networks and use sells agents to monitor and control the stocks. The success of these trading businesses largely depends on the importers' knowledge and understanding of international procedures and the thorough analysis of the deficient products and their trends in whichever markets they want to venture into.