There are some three schemes under which skating equipment is exported.
The first scheme under which skating equipment is exported is the one where the manufacturers export the skating equipment to wholesalers and big-time retailers (upon receiving orders to do so). The way this arrangement works is actually very simple. Making the order (for a wholesaler or a retailer) can be simply a question of going to the www.gmail.com login page, and using his or her Gmail email account to send an email to the manufacturer, requesting for so many units of the skating equipment. Once the manufacturer receives that order, and the money behind it, he or she immediately organizes for a shipment, and the export transaction is completed.
The second scheme under which skating equipment is exported is the one that revolves around the online trade.
The third scheme under which skating equipment is exported is the one that can be referred to as the re-exportation scheme. This is a popular scheme in countries that happen to have the so-called ‘free ports.’ That is where you have traders operating from those free ports (where the skating equipment is brought without having to pay customs taxes). Once that happens other people come to buy the skating equipment from these traders, and then take the skating equipment to their countries, thus in effect bringing about an export transaction.