What Trade Means to Maine

Last year, 2,262 Maine companies exported $2.7 billion in goods and services to 176 countries.

  • Trade supports 180,500 (nearly 1 in 4) Maine jobs.
  • Since 2009, Maine jobs related to trade increased by 25.9%, while overall job growth was just 0.3% in same time frame.

(Source: “How Maine’s Economy Benefits from International Trade & Investment” report from Business Roundtable)

Trade on Demand

Does your new employee need a crash course in incoterms?
Are you ready to get serious about exporting to Germany?
Do you have questions about CE marking?


Trade on Demand is a members only web portal with webinars, reports, exporter’s guides by country, and more.


What Our Members Say

“Maine International Trade Center went out of their way to support our research gathering initiatives, making it possible for us to make informed decisions for our business. Their support is especially important to us, being a startup, but the opportunity to have knowledgeable help readily available should be taken advantage of by any and all Maine companies, regardless of size. The MITC staff are professional, responsive, and friendly to work with, and I would go on record as highly recommending their services.”

James Morin, COO, Flowfold, Peaks Island, ME

Export 101

October 10| 8:30 – 11:30 AM

Is your company new to exporting?
Do you have new employees who would benefit from a basic introduction to the export process?

This educational program provides fundamental information, best practices, and realistic advice for success in international trade.